Nestled along the Atlantic coastline, Port Royal Golf Club, named one of the “Top 75 U.S. Golf Resorts” by Golf Digest Magazine, is located on the northwestern point of Hilton Head Island. The Club is situated in the Port Royal Plantation along with our luxurious Hilton Head golf resort & spa. In addition to being praised for its unrivaled golf experience, Port Royal Golf Club is also well-known as a world-class tennis destination.
In 1997, Port Royal Golf Club was recognized as a “1997 Silver Medal Resort” by Golf Magazine for its three spectacular 18-hole golf courses; Barony, Planter’s Row, and Robber’s Row. Port Royal Golf Club, Oyster Reef Golf Club, Shipyard Golf Club and Palmetto Hall Plantation Club are all part of The Heritage Collection on Hilton Head Island. Port Royal Golf Club is committed to unrivaled golf and uncompromising service.
Barony – Designed by George W. Cobb, the Barony Course offers generous fairways and a risk reward approach to the greens. Golfers especially enjoy the back nine known for its scenic beauty and remarkable layout.
Planter’s Row – This 18-hole course, the Plantation’s third, played host to the Hilton Head Seniors International Golf Tournament, a former Champions TOUR event. Designed by Willard C. Byrd, this course offers a different look from its sister courses.
Robber’s Row – Rich in history, Robber’s Row is set atop former Civil War grounds on the marsh side of the plantation. Although tee-shot landing areas are quite generous, approach shots to the well-bunkered greens require accuracy. Redesigned by world famous architect Pete Dye in 1994, this scenic course is cut through beautiful stands of magnolias and live oaks. Rich in history, Robber’s Row is set atop former Civil War grounds on the marsh side of the plantation and features historical markers on several holes describing events relevant to the area. Although tee-shot landing areas are quite generous, approach shots require accuracy to the well-bunkered greens.