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|Oyster Reef Golf Club Tee Times||Hilton Head Island||$52|
|Shipyard Golf Club – Clipper/Galleon Tee Times||Hilton Head Island||$32|
|The Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes Tee Times||Bluffton||$20|
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Cost of Living in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina by Expense Category. Hilton Head Island’s housing expenses are 15% higher than the national average and the utility prices are 10% higher than the national average. Hilton Head Island has grocery prices that are 7% higher than the national average.
Green fees for public play range from $195 to $369, depending on the season. An estimated 38,000 rounds of golf are played at Harbour Town every year.
Hilton Head Plantation: Golf carts are not permitted in the community, according to general manager Peter Kristian. Low speed vehicles, however, are permitted . Low speed vehicles are capable of driving about 25 miles per hour, and are typically equipped with brake lights, turn signals and seat belts.
Harbour Town Golf Links
: a golf caddie who is stationed in the fairway and who indicates the position of balls on the course.
360 golf courses
Hilton Head ranks as the second snobbiest place in South Carolina. And it’s so snobby it actually has a moat around itself to keep the common folk out. In fact, you need to pass the snobby tourist test in order to gain entrance.
Hilton Head Island is justifiably famous for its incredible beaches and its world-class golf courses. It’s regularly voted one of the best vacation destinations in the world.
The largest freshwater reptile on Hilton Head Island is the American alligator ( Alligator mississippiensis). During our coldest months, alligators hibernate in freshwater ponds and lagoons, often digging down into the mud.
If you have a forecaddie who is assisting your cart -riding group but not carrying the clubs, figure a tip of about $20 per person. When you come off the course, there might be some more cart attendants offering to clean your golf clubs as they take them off the cart . Again, about $2 or $3 per bag.
Hilton Head is small (only 42 square miles), so you don’t need to travel too far to get from one part of the island to the other (it takes about a half-hour by car ). And with more than 60 miles of bike-friendly trails that weave through the island , you may find that you won’t need your car all that much to begin with.
According to Whidden, a caddie should be tipped about 40 to 50 percent of the green fee. And the group should split the forecaddie tip evenly, usually between $50 and $100 in total.