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.
In the aftermath of the Masters, the eyes of the golfing world turn to Hilton Head Island this week for the RBC Heritage.
Harbour Town Golf Links, designed by renowned architect Pete Dye and design consultant Jack Nicklaus, opened in 1969 and has hosted the RBC Heritage every year since. The event marks the PGA Tour’s lone stop in South Carolina and the first of four in the Carolinas this year.
Golfers of all stripes and abilities will flock to Augusta, Ga., this week to pay homage to the world’s best players at the Masters, held at one of the game’s shrines, Augusta National Golf Club.
Being that golf is infectious, it’s no surprise that some Masters watchers would like to play a little golf of their own either before or after trekking through azalea-lined Amen Corner each day.
When Hurricane Matthew made landfall along Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand in October, several golf courses sustained damage. However, all but one reopened within a month of the storm.
When the Mooresville Municipal Golf Course closed for renovations in November 2014, a fall 2015 reopening was targeted. Continue reading “ICYMI: What you need to know about the Mooresville Golf Club makeover”
The mecca for golf in the United States, Pinehurst holds a revered status in the sport, offering a variety of courses and price ranges. Continue reading “The New Course at Talamore, Mid South Club might form one of Pinehurst’s best combinations”