Hilton Head Island has long been recognized as one of the top golf destinations in the country. Make the Beach House Resort your home base for your Hilton Head golf vacation. The Beach House has everything you and your golf gang could want - exclusive beachfront location and easy access to all the dining and drinking hot spots on the island, including Tiki Hut in our backyard.
Named South Carolina's Golf Course of the Year, the Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course is widely renowned for its open, inviting layout and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Hilton Head Island's only par-70 course and one of the youngest courses to be featured on Golf Digest's list of America's 100 Best, the unique layout continues to offer stimulating challenges.
The Hills course offers off-balance lies and ocean breezes as well as an extensive network of lagoons winding through 10 different holes. This popular layout has earned a much-deserved reputation as one the island's best golf experiences.
Enjoy a day at Old South Golf Links, recognized by Golf Digest as one of the "Top Ten New Public Courses" of 1992.
Unique. Innovative. Eminently playable. The Robert Cupp course is a stunningly original design that tests the better player, but accommodates higher handicappers as well.
Carved out of 190 acres of breathtaking low country terrain, Oyster Reef Golf Club's spectacular 18-hole championship course is surrounded by winding lagoons, lush vegetation, and scenic views of the Island.
The Barony Course was designed by George W. Cobb in the early 1960's and was one of the first courses on the Island. This is a course where accuracy, not length, is paramount.
The narrow, tree-lined fairways lead up to the courses small undulating greens. Planter's Row is a great challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
Designed in 1967 by noted architects George W. Cobb and Willard C. Byrd, and was redesigned in 1994 by world famous architect Pete Dye. Robber's Row is a course rich in history and challenge to any golfer.
With plenty of sand and water hazards, the Clipper course may be the most difficult of the nines. This George W. Cobb design requires a good long game and a soft touch around the greens.
These original nine holes of Shipyard Golf Club meander through large oaks and tall pines. Accurate placement of approach shots into heavily guarded greens is necessary on the Galleon course.
Alligators sun themselves along these scenic, water hazard filled nine holes of the Brigantine course. With slight dog-legs and well-placed bunkers, this course requires shot-making and a good short game.
After a round or two of golf, grab a cold cocktail and enjoy live island music at the legendary Tiki Hut, right here at Beach House.
Coligny Park & Plaza are just one tenth of a mile from our front door, giving you direct access to dozens of shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment.
Take the hassle out of travelling with your clubs or renting them at the course. Have your clubs delivered directly to Beach House.
Catch the big one, or relax and tour the island with our local experts.
Rent everything you need for a great day on the water right outside Beach House.