Hilton Head Golf Island – the International Association of Golf Tour Operators’ Golf Destination of the Year for North America for 2016 – has unveiled its selection of packages available this spring (www.hiltonheadgolfisland.com).
Hilton Head Golf Island has more than 30 member courses on Hilton Head and Fripp Islands, as well as Bluffton, Beaufort and Jasper counties.
Among the spring golf stay-and-play packages offered:
– The Inn & Club at Harbour Town Package – The Inn & Club at Harbour Town Golf Package begins at $375 (per person, per night) and features a stay at The Sea Pines Resort’s boutique hotel with daily breakfast for each guest. Overlooking famed Harbour Town Golf Links, the inn is the only Forbes Four-Star rated property on Hilton Head Island. Play on Harbour Town and Heron Point is available. Afternoon replays on Heron Point (cart fee only) are offered subject to availability. Complimentary warm-up range balls, wireless Internet and use of The Sea Pines Fitness Center are included.
– The Heritage Golf Collection “Grand Slam” Golf Package – Starting at $175 per person per night (based on quad occupancy), the package includes four nights in villa accommodations and three rounds of golf at The Heritage Golf Collection courses (Port Royal, Shipyard, Palmetto Hall Plantation and Oyster Reef). Daily breakfast and lunch at the golf clubs are included, as are range balls and a Heritage Golf Collection VIP Discount Card. Valid through April 30, the Grand Slam includes all taxes and fees. Availability of accommodations and courses are subject to change.
· Palmetto Dunes “Birdies and Beer Getaway” – Guests get four days/three nights in a two-bedroom villa at the Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort, and three rounds of golf on the resort’s three championship courses: Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront, Arthur Hills and George Fazio. Starting at $180 per golfer/per night, the package features breakfast and beers via a resort gift card. Also offered: two hours of court time per day per villa at the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center, range balls, dining and pro shop discounts, and preferred rates and priority access to all resort activities.
“Spring is the peak season for golfers to visit Hilton Head Island to experience our world-class golf courses, stunning Lowcountry scenery and amazing culinary offerings,” said Cary Corbitt, president of the Lowcountry Golf Course Owners Association and Vice President of Sports and Operations at Sea Pines Resort. “Many resorts have made significant upgrades and improvements – totaling more than $200 million – to both their golf courses and accommodations to make everyone’s golf experience here truly memorable.”