Stay and Play PackagesProspective owners can enjoy a special offer to experience the rewards of membership via three days and two nights stay, a round or two of golf, access to Club amenities and dining. For more information, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help!
Golf in its purest form awaits you at Berkeley Hall, the most distinguished private golf community in golf-rich Hilton Head area. Great golf is the very heart of Berkeley Hall. With no interior homes or roads, two Tom Fazio core golf courses meander through an open coastal landscape framed by seaside grasses.
Two championship golf courses designed by Tom Fazio exemplify the Lowcountry beauty with deep-water views, fresh water lakes, majestic oaks and lush native grass.
With two championship courses that have been ranked in GOLF Magazine‘s “Top 100 Greatest Courses in the U.S.” list, the golfing experience at Colleton River is unparalleled. Not only are the courses challenging, playable and ever-changing, but with the award-winning signature 18-hole golf courses by world-renowned golf course designers Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye, and even a Par 3 course designed by Bruce Borland, tee availability is also guaranteed to our members at almost any time of year.
Blueways and Greenways are the heart and soul of Hampton Lake. But when you live smack dab in the middle of one of the world’s top golf destinations, fairways rank pretty high on plenty of folk’s list of things to do. So, though we chose a lake for the whole family to enjoy instead of building a golf course, we understand the passion to play.Imagine 18 holes of golf nestled within one of the most pristine plantations along the Atlantic coastline. This golf haven located just outside of Hilton Head Island, Oldfield Golf Club, was designed by one of the best golf architects of our time – Greg Norman.
Imagine 18 holes of golf nestled within one of the most pristine plantations along the Atlantic coastline. This golf haven located just outside of Hilton Head Island, Oldfield Golf Club, was designed by one of the best golf architects of our time – Greg Norman.
You might chalk it up to mere curiosity if you wind up in a bunker at the May River Golf Club. After all, it’s not every day that you get to walk through sand from Ohio – especially when you’re golfing in the South Carolina Lowcountry. But like everything at this beautiful Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, the sand was chosen for a reason, as its angular grain adheres better to sloped surfaces and holds up to coastal weather.