|Hole 7 above||Old South Golf Links, 50 Buckingham Plantation Drive, Bluffton, SC 29910|
|Tour 18 Holes||Click Tour 18 Holes to take a complete tour of the course. Each hole includes a photo from each tee and an a view of each green. To go back click Hilton Head Golf|
|4 for 3 Mon-Sun <--Web Special for foursome|
|Directions from I95||Exit I-95 at exit 8 for US 278 toward Hilton Head Island. Travel approximately 14 miles.
The entrance is on the right just past the entrance to Colleton River Plantation and Hilton Head National.
|Green Fees any day of the week Includes cart fees and taxes.||Jan 1 - Feb 4 --> $70
Feb 25 - May 25 --> $95
May 26 - Oct 12 --> $65
Oct 13 - Nov 30 --> $85
Dec 1 - Dec 31 --> $70
|Tee Times||Call for Pro shop & tee times: 843-785-5353|
|General Policies||Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required.|
|Facilities||Full service restaurant serving full breakfast and lunch located in the clubhouse.|
|Practice||The practice complex includes a two-tier driving range, and a large putting green. Club rentals Instruction available from 2 PGA Class A pros. .|
|Statistics Rating/Slope||Gold 6772 yards - 73.3/141, Blue 6354 yards - 70.4130,
White 5779 yards - 69.3/120, Red 4776 yards - 68.2/116
|Personnel|| General Manager and Director of Golf, Scott Adams.
Head Professional (PGA Class A), Jim Uremovich
Superintendent: John Cooler (GCSA).
First Asst. Pro, Derek Gall
|Comments - Designed by award winning course architect, Clyde Johnston, Old South Golf Links is a tribute to man working within nature's fragile guidelines. Not only did Johnston preserve the natural beauty of the
land near the Hilton Head Golf island, his design allows golfers to experience up close the uniqueness of the site, it's natural amenities and spectacular views. As Johnston himself so aptly put it, "the variety of the setting from oak forest to open pasture to tidal salt marsh provided an opportunity to vary the design elements and strategy of play. The course is unique in the Hilton Head golf community in that it is un-cluttered by housing, and the natural setting allows for an abundance of wildlife - osprey, egrets, deer, and alligators.
Guests to the Hilton Head Island beach community and critics alike have been raving about Johnston's work since the beginning when Old South Golf Links was selected by Golf Digest as one of the "top ten new public courses of 1992." Featuring towering live oaks, rolling Scottish terrain and magnificent views from island greens, Old South has truly become a Low-country favorite for those that live there and those visiting the Hilton Head golf courses. You will not find staff more friendly or accommodating anywhere in the Hilton Head golfing region. Replays are almost a must in order to see the marsh holes at both high AND low tides.
Located just off the main island of resort area of Hilton Head in Bluffton yet close to all that the island has to offer, Old South will become your favorite as it has to the "locals."
To go back click Hilton Head Golf
Placed on-line 4/24/06
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