- Type: Resort
- Address: 32 Greenwood Dr
- City: Hilton Head Island
- County: Beaufort
- State: South Carolina
- Zip: 29928
- Call to Book Tee Time: (800) 925-4653
At 32 Greenwood Dr you can enjoy the 54 holes of Harbour Town Golf Links Course at Sea Pines Resort. This course has been servicing golfers since 1970 and designed by Pete Dye & Jack Nicklaus. This Resort course in Hilton Head Island, SC does allow metal spikes and play five's are allowed. The GPS coordinates are: -80.764159 longitude and 32.1554487 latitude.
Harbour Town Golf Links Course Review
The Harbour Town Golf Links was built way back in 1969 and it was designed by a trio of architects: the famous Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye and Alice Dye. Located on a beautiful piece of property on Hilton Island, South Carolina, the Harbour Town is a public resort which offers a truly incredible golf experience all year round. Just to get an idea, the golf course was ranked 42nd and 96th (9th and 18th respectively when it comes to public courses) by the prestigious Golf and Golf Digest magazines in 2013/2014 Top One Hundred Coursers in the United States. Also, the Harbour Town Golf is ranked 2nd in South Carolina, as far as public golf courses go, being the annual host of PGAs Tour RBC Heritage Tournament which takes place 1 week after the Masters.
As you can judge from these stats, pedigree is the last thing you should worry about while playing the Harbour Town Golfs golf course. In the golfing community, the Harbour Town is regarded as one of the best golf courses in the PGA Tour, though its somewhat controversial, being one of the most popular of Pet Dyes designs, due to the fact that it offers the public the opportunity to play just like the pro-golfers do it. The golf course itself is really tight and fairly difficult to play, featuring huge oak trees together with Spanish moss which hang out over its fairways, deflecting mishits and making for one of the most demanding golf courses in terms of accuracy. To score high here, youll have to be a true master in your short game and when it comes to shaping the ball off the tee, but this golf course will definitely provide you with a memorable experience regardless of your skill level, being highly recommended for aspiring/better players.
Golf Course Information
- Number of Holes: 54
- Year Course Built: 1970
- Course Designer: Pete Dye & Jack Nicklaus
- Location Time Zone: EST
- Daylight Savings Time: yes
- Season Availability: Open all year
- Latitude: 32.1554487
- Longitude: -80.764159
- Metal Spikes Allowed: yes
- Play Fives: yes
- Guest Policy Rules: Open
- Dress Code Policy: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required