Press Release Body = By William K. Wolfrum, Staff Writer, Golf Publisher Syndications
Much like its neighbor Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head Island is one of those golf destinations that\'s truly a golf destination.
Sure, Orlando, Las Vegas and Phoenix-Scottsdale are dream golf trips for players, but those are places known as well, if not better, for other attractions. If you\'re on Hilton Head Island, you\'re probably there to golf.
Oh, there\'s other stuff to do on and around the island, most of it outdoorsy. But just saying the name \"Hilton Head\" brings to mind coastal golf courses designed by the masters of golf architecture.
It\'s the diversity of designers who have carved out courses here that makes Hilton Head a place golfers at all levels can appreciate, from the scratch golfer to the high-handicapper. Here are some of the brilliant Hilton Head golf courses everyone can admire.
Arthur Hills at Palmetto Dunes Golf Course: Named for its architect, the Hills golf course at Palmetto Dunes makes just about everyone\'s Hilton Head must-play list.
The only dissenters might be those who consider the driver to be a golfer\'s chief weapon. At 6,651 yards the course will challenge your mind as much as your body. Hills has you shooting around trees and over creeks, lagoons and wetlands - and doing it for less than you might expect.
\"Great value for the money, we almost felt like we were stealing,\" wrote Paul Hughes, who paid $59 to enjoy this classic run. \"A beautiful course that was very difficult but a fair test of golf. Breathtaking views and perfect weather combined to make a fantastic round.\"
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March 14, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.