I know you’ve seen it on TV and I know you want to see it in person, dontcha?
You know I’m talkin’ about the Harbour Town Marina lighthouse.
We’ve seen it in the background on the weekend golf telecasts and we want to know if it really has red and white stripes all year round.
Do they just paint it like that for the golf tournament?
Okay, so the truth is yes, it’s really red and white all year round.
I was stationed in South Carolina during part of my Army years and I travelled a wee bit around the state whilst I was there.
From the swampy marshes to the sandy beaches to the brick streets, South Carolina is a travellers and golfers dream come true.
From Alexander’s to the Wreck of the Salty Dog, the dining on Hilton Head can only be described as “All-American Southern Fare with some BBQ, Greek, Italian, French with a little Chinese and Japanese thrown in and stirred up to create a dining paradise surrounded by water”.
But here on this site we mostly talk golf, so let’s get all concentrated on the premier golf destination of the entire eastern seaboard – Hilton Head Island.
And most importantly, since it’s been hovering around 100 degrees here in Kentucky the last three weeks, let’s talk about something else that sizzling hot … Hilton Head golf.
From the Ocean Course to Harbour Town Golf Links. From Arthur Hills to Fazio to Robert Trent Jones.
Did I mention that Hilton Head is one of the most family friendly places to play golf?
Did I mention that it may well be the best place on earth for the ladies to play along with their guys?
Tremendous courses, tremendous designers, tremendous conditions and amenities. Water, sand, breezes and more await you on Hilton Head Island, so head over and get you a few Hilton Head tee times … you won’t be sorry and you can thank me later, after you tell ‘em Mike sent you