Last week, there were are as many, if not more, people on Hilton Head Island as July 4th week of last year. Over 69,614 vehicles crossed the bridge onto the island last Wednesday – the highest since May 26, 2017 when there were 70,576. All of this means one thing – the peak season is upon us!
The peak season is what we wait for all year. Don’t get me wrong – every season in Hilton Head has a LOT going for it, from the calm of the fall to the bustle of the spring. But, there’s something about the buzz in the air that comes with the family fun that inhabits Hilton Head from April through August that gives the entire island a special feel. Read more
Hilton Head Island has been home to the RBC Heritage since 1969, when island founder Charles Fraser was looking for a way to market the course and invited the best players in the world to come and participate in the tournament. There is a ton of history behind the tournament that weaves directly into the foundation of Hilton Head and what makes the Lowcountry the place it is. Read more
With the imminent return of Tiger Woods, The Masters approaching, and Heritage buzz starting to fill Hilton Head Island, it only seems fitting to talk about golf on the island and share some insider tips for traveling to Hilton Head, whether it’s for a golf trip specifically, or if that’s just a staple of every Hilton Head vacation you go on.
The golf season typically is limited to summer months in most parts of the country, but Hilton Head’s mild climate keeps that little white ball rolling year round. Hilton Head is home to the most golf courses per mile of anywhere in the world, and with 33 unique, world-class tracks you’re sure to find a course perfect for your game.