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Where2Golf.com currently covers more than 4500 top golf courses including great Stay & Play golf resorts. It is an invaluable resource for anyone planning a short or long haul golf holiday. 

We have sought out and played what most golfers from around the world would describe as the “best” golf courses. This unique guide represents a wide and rich selection of courses all travelling golfers would be very interested to play. On each individual golf course page you'll find all the information you need to make your own bookings.
 

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Featured PGA Tour Destination: Hilton Head Island (US)

A week after the Masters: The RBC Heritage 2019

The RBC Heritage is South Carolina's only PGA golf tournament, held annually at Harbour Town Link Golf course on Hilton Head Island. Harbour Town Golf Links has played host since 1969 to one of the best known tournaments on the PGA Tour calendar. The original purse of $100,000 ($770,000 in today’s dollars) has jumped to $6.9 million.

Harbour Town is without doubt the jewel in the Hilton Head crown. On this Pete Dye design, 18 excellently crafted holes will thoroughly test your game. With towering oaks and fir trees lining the tightish fairways, the course builds to a fabulous climax alongside the wonderfully scenic Calibogue Sound. With Harbour Town's iconic red-and-white striped lighthouse providing the final backdrop, the stunning 18th hole signs-off a very enjoyable, testing and ultimately scenic layout.
     
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Today, Hilton Head Island golf courses are known around the world for challenging play and outstanding resort amenities. The Sea Pines Resort, including its three championship golf courses (Harbour Town, Heron Point and Atlantic Dunes), covers a total of 5,000 oceanfront acres at the southern end of Hilton Head Island. The Atlantic Dunes course was the first golf course to be built on Hilton Head Island. 

Should you want to tee off elsewhere: 
Palmetto Dunes, located on the Eastern edge of Hilton Head Island, is home to a trio of excellent designed and enjoyably challenging championship golf courses. On the George Fazio layout, dramatic bunkering and well-paced greens await. The Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course is widely renowned for its open, inviting layout and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. As for The Arthur Hills Coursemany local golfers consider it to be the best of the three, one of the "must play" courses of Hilton Head.

Besides world-class golf, Hilton Head is blessed with pristine public white-sand beaches as well as endless opportunities for tennis, outdoor adventure from kayaking to fishing. 
 

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