Hilton Head Island is rolling out the red carpet this Labor Day weekend for its 31st Annual Hilton Head Island Celebrity Golf Tournament where golfers of all skill levels can play with a diverse roster of friendly celebrities on three of the finest courses in the Lowcountry.
The 3-day tourney matches celebrities with amateur golfers in order to raise money for 20 well-deserving children’s charities in the South Carolina Lowcountry and this year’s participants will hit the links on the following courses: Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course, Dye Course at Colleton River Plantation and Harbour Town Golf Links.Read Article
There are many reasons we work for a living, but the primary one for people like me is simple: Golf.
Add a trio of friends and you can’t miss for a perfect vacation. Travel to Hilton Head Island and the odds grow in your favor.
For that perfect buddy golf trip, Hilton Head Island has everything you need, a few things you don’t necessarily need but are really cool, and a few unexpected delights.Read Article
Naturally, those of us who have been at it for a while realize golf is a lifelong game. We know that because we’ve been playing for a lifetime. Sometimes just a single hole can feel like a lifetime, but that’s a different story.
But when did we start playing? Who encouraged us? If we were lucky, it was our parents.Read Article
Golf on Hilton Head Island is a thing of beauty, with a couple dozen gorgeous courses to choose from, lined with stately pines and graceful live oaks, dripping delicate Spanish moss. But what if, in the midst of this beautiful island paradise, your golf game turns randomly ugly? I have played the game for 20-some […]Read Article
Technology has come to the PGA TOUR to the point that every shot can now be measured, using lasers operated by volunteers on every hole of every round. I’ve found it curious when fans at TOUR events invariably ask the volunteers “how far did he hit that one!” Fans are obsessed with how far the […]Read Article
While I truly love everything about golf – from the ping resulting from a clubface properly connecting with a ball and scenic course landscapes to high tech equipment and apparel, I am particularly fond of the camaraderie, philanthropy and networking opportunity afforded by organized, sociable (i.e. laid back) golf tourneys for a great cause.
Hilton Head Island and the surrounding Lowcountry, home to a generous assortment of stunning public and private courses, abound with golf tournaments that are hosted by a variety of organizations and typically open to everyone, regardless of club affiliation or skill level.Read Article
I’ve golfed in a lot of places: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North
Carolina in the Southeast; Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin and Missouri in the Midwest; and a few other places scattered around the country. I’m not bragging, but I’ve clocked more than 160 courses.
Among all of those places, Hilton Head Island stands out.Read Article
Almost a year ago I learned that two bold (or crazy) New Zealand lawyer/golfers in their mid-twenties had decided to bag the law biz and travel the world. The part that piqued my interest was that their travels would include a round of golf per day for a full 365 days, constantly moving, regardless of […]Read Article
A former Michigander, my initial foray onto the golf scene – actual playing – did not occur until I was in my twenties (a billion years ago) and began working the ad agency circuit. Prior to that, golf was something I occasionally caught on television while visiting a girlfriend’s home – her folks were country clubbers who enjoyed golf décor, televised golf, weekly rounds with their foursome and regular getaways to Vegas, Myrtle Beach and the like.
Based on what I could see on TV and their lively anecdotes, I could appreciate their passion for the game. With the peaceful atmosphere, sportsmanship, incredible landscapes and attractive, ‘tidy’ attire, there was no doubt golf was a pastime about which I could definitely get excited.Read Article
I had the privilege in my “day job” a few weeks back to follow Tiger, Phil and US Open Champ Graeme McDowell as they were paired together at Doral. But what promised to be a matchup of great champions turned into something far less. In fact, you probably remember Tiger’s snipe-hook-topped drive that went less […]Read Article