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Hilton Head Golf Courses

Goode Vacation Rentals offers some of the best golf and golf vacation packages on more world-class courses than just about any golf resort on the East coast. Our Port Royal Village rentals are located moments from the three 18-hole courses in Port Royal Plantation. Hilton Head Island-wide, Goode Vacation Rentals, goes beyond Port Royal's borders to offer other area golf courses that will challenge and delight both novice and expert golfers.

Hilton Head Golf Vacations are a specialty at Goode Vacation Rentals with each package tailored specifically to the wishes of the individual or group. Corporate golf outings, team play or golf clinics by some of the best professionals in the business are just a sampling of the great Hilton Head golf offered through Goode Vacation Rentals.

Take a moment to glance over some of the courses we offer, then pick up the phone and let us schedule your next golf outing!

The Barony

The 18-hole Barony Course appears relatively open until you reach the green where the whole complexion of the course changes. Surrounded by deep bunkers and Bermuda rough, the greens are small and require a soft touch with medium and short irons. Accuracy, not distance, is the key to a good game on the Barony. A delightful course for all skill levels, the Barony is 6,038 yards from the regular tees. Pay close attention to the back nine with its wonderful mix of long and short holes.

Planters Row

Designed and completed in 1984 by William Byrd, Planters Row's fairways are lined with gorgeous low country trees and has enough bunkers to challenge any grade of golfer. Site of the Hilton Head Seniors International Golf Tournament, it is a full 6520 yards from the championship tees. Golf Reporter Magazine selected Planters Row "One of the Top 50 Courses in the Carolinas".

Robbers Row

Recently re-designed by renowned golf course architect Pete Dye, Robbers Row is sure to be Port Royal's newest shining star. Winding through beautiful live oaks and magnolias and built atop what were once Civil War battlegrounds and the historic town of Port Royal, Robbers Row will sternly challenge any golfer's skills.

Shipyard Golf Club

In Shipyard Plantation, the Shipyard Golf Club is 27 holes of great golf in a Lowcountry setting of live oaks, pines, magnolias, ponds and many lagoons that must be negotiated if you are to play your handicap. Accurate tee shots and measured approaches are a must on this course and large, well bunkered greens on undulating surfaces demand a delicate touch when putting. From 1982 to 1984, the Shipyard Golf Club was rated one of the finest layouts on the Senior PGA Tour.

Hilton Head National

Hilton Head National is designed by Gary Player. Located just off island, this 18-hole course is a par 72. Golfers can expect a relaxing, enjoyable day of golf rather than being overwhelmed by frustrating hazards.

Country Club of Hilton Head

Located in Hilton Head Plantation, the Country Club of Hilton Head is a marvelous 18-hole course designed by Rees Jones. Winding through a pristine Lowcountry setting, this course offers challenges for any grade of golfer.

Old South

From forests to open pastures to tidal marshes, Old South's award-winning designer Clyde Johnston pulled out all the stops to keep this course a part of the surrounding landscape. 18-holes of spectacular golf with some of the most dazzling island greens anywhere! On the mainland, Old South is located just minutes from the Hilton Head bridge.

Indigo Run

From the opening hole, players begin to sense the special charm of the Indigo Run Golf Club. The natural lowcountry landscape of the beautiful setting is enhanced from tee to green on each distinctive hole. Mature oak, cypress and pine forests mix with meandering lagoons to frame fairways and greens.

Palmetto Hall

Great golf is the heart of Palmetto Hall Plantation. Renowned designer Arthur Hills created the community's first course, which was rated one of the nation's "Top 10 New Courses" for 1991 by Golf Digest and one of Hilton Head's "Top Three Layouts" by Golf Magazine. Palmetto Hall's second course, designed by Golf World Magazine's "Architect of the Year" Robert Cupp, is a scenic delight skirting vast sawgrass marshes and dense forests of oak and pine.

Old Carolina

One of Hilton Head's newest masterpieces, Old Carolina Golf Club is already being touted as one of the Lowcountry's finest public courses. Using the same unspoken design guidelines that have made the Hilton Head area so unique, Old Carolina was masterfully sculpted to blend with the surroundings by award-winning architect Clyde Johnston.

Built on the site of a thoroughbred horse farm, Old Carolina retains all the Lowcountry charm of its location's past. From the moment you drive down the oak-lined driveway to the original horse barn, you will realize this is unlike any other course Hilton Head has to offer.

Oyster Reef

Designed by Rees Jones, Oyster Reef is a par 72 course featuring elevated tees and fairways lined by thick stands of live oaks and pines. Oyster Reef offers a test worthy of the most skilled golfer, along with spectacular views of Port Royal Sound from the signature 6th hole, one of the most spectacular on the island.