To most, it’s the northernmost tip of Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand, the famous stretch of shoreline that runs down part of the South Carolina coast. But to the locals, Brunswick County is North Carolina’s Golf Coast.
More than 35 courses are located in that county, which includes the barrier Brunswick Islands, sandwiched between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean.
There’s a good reason why PGA Tour players list Hilton Head Island as one of their favorite stops each year. The slow-down vibe, the abundance of good restaurants and plenty to do for the families means that the RBC Heritage gets a quality field every year. Not to mention that the players think Harbour Town Golf Links is one of the best courses they play all year.