Hilton Head double whammy: Play the superb May River Golf Club, and win a chance to play Harbour Town
Jack Nicklaus made his first foray into architecture at Harbour Town Golf Links in the late 60s, working as a design consultant for Pete Dye. Decades later, his design career in full flower, Nicklaus came back to the Hilton Head area and delivered the stunningly beautiful May River Golf Club, at Palmetto Bluff in the neighboring town of Bluffton, South Carolina.
Coming up on Monday April 11th, it’s possible to play the latter in a Pro-Am, and with a successful showing, win the chance to play the former in another Pro-Am, just a few days before the PGA Tour’s Heritage Tournament gets underway.
The $350 fee to be part of the festivities is an absolute steal, and not only because it includes lunch, dinner and prizes in addition to a round on one of the most heralded courses in the Carolinas. The fact is that the May River Golf Club remains one of the most expensive courses in the nation to access on an ala carte basis, because without coming as a guest of a member, only guests of the nearby Inn at Palmetto Bluff can play, and the tariff for both room and round far exceeds the price for the Pro-Am.
Better yet, proceeds from the April 11th Pro-Am benefit the Heritage Foundation, which has given away literally millions upon millions of dollars over the decades, assisting untold worthy organizations in need. So to play a superb golf course and benefit a wonderful cause make your way to May River on April 11th.
The winning team will play in a Harbour Town Pro-Am the following week, and if there’s enough participation, the second-place team will also enjoy a Harbour Town Pro-Am themselves.
Visit www.hhipga.com for details and registration.
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