Golfers in the U.S. have an endless amount of opportunities when it comes to destination golf. Off the top of my head, there’s Scottsdale, Myrtle Beach, Orlando, Pinehurst, and of course Hilton Head. More than $200 million has been invested in upgrading “Golf Island’s” hotels, resorts and golf courses over the past decade.
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Cherokee Valley Course and Club, Upstate South Carolina’s premier family club and mountain golf destination, has released its golf packages for 2021 featuring stay-and-plays at its charming onsite cottages and the historic Westin Poinsett in downtown Greenville
Champion Hills swings into the 2021 golf season with new membership offerings and luxury homeownership opportunities.
Hilton Head Golf Island, comprising 26 courses across Beaufort, Bluffton, and Jasper counties, invites golfers to experience pure Lowcountry golf this spring.
Sea Pines Country Club plans expansion of its practice facility, a new short-game area, and golf course re-grassing Sea Pines Country Club has approved a two-phase enhancement plan for its…
For most golfers, the “Cradle of American Golf,” as it’s known, needs no introduction. The timeless Sandhills golf destination founded in 1895 by James Walker Tufts hosted three U.S. Opens on its famed No. 2 course in the span of 15 years: 1999, 2005, and 2014.