Hilton Head – South Carolina

Hilton Head Island is a significant historical area, a fantastic resort area, and a singular golf destination. Named for Captain William Hilton, who explored the area in 1663, it was of strategic importance during the Civil War. The resort phase began in 1956 with the development of Sea Pines, the opening of its Ocean Course in 1961, and the creation of Harbour Town in the late 1960’s.

Now there are so many facets of Hilton Head, SC golf packages: How many days do you want to play? How many rounds? How many courses? Are you on a family vacation, enjoying a friends-getaway, thanking clients or employees? Do you want to rent a house, stay at a resort, or are you using a friend’s place? Is cuisine important? How much beach music do you want to hear? How many are in your group? These are some of the considerations in Hilton Head, SC golf packages.

When visiting Hilton Head, consider all the other temptations: beaches, spas, fine dining, tennis, festivals, boating, fishing, dolphin-watching, the Sea Turtle Project, making connections, doing nothing.

Do your own research. Make comparisons. Ask friends, relatives, and business acquaintances for recommendations – after all, they know you. Then bring all your data and desires to AME Golf. We will listen to you when creating Hilton Head, SC golf packages that will exceed your every expectation.

Sean Pines Resort Courses Palmetto Hall Plantation Courses Palmetto Dunes Resort Courses
Harbour Town – Pete Dye & Jack Nicklaus Design Arthur Hills Course Robert Trent Jones Course
Atlantic Dunes – Davis Love III Design Robert Cupp Course George Fazio Course
Heron Point – Pete Dye Design
Other Courses
Old South – Clyde Johnston Design
Crescent Pointe – Arnold Palmer Design
Eagle’s Pointe – Davis Love III Design
Hilton Head National – Gary Player & Bobby Weed Design
Dolphin Head – Gary Player Design
Hilton Head/Sea Pines Lodging
Sea Pines Villas and Condos
The Inn at Harbour Town