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Shipyard Golf Club

The three courses, Brigantine, Clipper and Galleon, offer four tee positions to accommodate all levels of play, and there are ample risk and reward situations to allow optimal scoring opportunities. Accurate tee shots and well-measured approaches are a must on this championship course. The greens are large and well bunkered, and their undulating surfaces demand a delicate, yet determined touch. All 27 greens were converted to Diamond Zoysia in 2008 and 2009, one of the first courses in the Southeast to do so.

With plenty of sand and water hazards, the Clipper Course may be the most difficult of the nines. This George W. Cobb design, built in 1970, requires a good long game and a soft touch around the greens.

The Galleon course Designed by George W. Cobb and built in 1970. These original nine holes of Shipyard Golf Club meander through large oaks and tall pines. Accurate placement of approach shots into heavily guarded greens is necessary on the Galleon course.

The Brigantine course was designed by Willard C. Byrd and built in 1982. Alligators sun themselves along these scenic, water hazard filled nine holes of the Brigantine course. With slight dog-legs and well-placed bunkers, this course requires shot-making and a good short game.

The course designers inter‐connected two of the three nine-hole courses for a unique and challenging 18‐hole round. The original Clipper and Galleon courses create and exciting combination of long fairways and perilous hazards, while the Brigantine course winds its way around lagoons and breathtaking terrain. The former home of the Hilton Head Senior International form 1982 to 1984, Shipyard Golf Club was rated as one of the finest layouts on the CHAMPIONS TOUR.

The Clipper/Brigantine Course accommodates different levels of play. Brigantine is the shortest of the three, but still requires accuracy. The Clipper is the longest and provides the toughest test.

On the Shipyard’s Galleon/Clipper combination, nearly all holes are lined with towering oaks and you just might find a few alligators sunning themselves near its many lagoons and ponds.



Club Amenities:
  • Resort Course
  • Pro Shop
  • Titleist Rental Clubs
  • Practice Range
  • Putting Green>
  • Chipping Area
  • Practice Bunker
  • Lessons Available
  • Food and Beverage


Course Details:

Clipper + Brigantine Course

  • Course Architect: George Cobb and Willard C. Byrd
  • Number of Holes: 18
  • Par 72
  • Yardage: 6,878
  • Slope: 133
  • Rating: 73.2

Course Details:

Galleon + Clipper Course

  • Course Architect: George Cobb and Willard C. Byrd
  • Number of Holes: 18
  • Par 72
  • Yardage: 6,735
  • Slope: 133
  • Rating: 72.7


Website:
Address:

45 Shipyard Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC


Phone:

(843) 681-1750


Hours:

Year-round golf course

Summer Hours (Apr 1 - Sep 30):
Course: 8:00am to 8:00pm
Practice Tee: 7:30am to Dusk
Pro Shop: 7:30am to 6:00pm

Seasonal Hours (Oct 1 - Mar 31):
Course: 8:30am to Dusk
Practice Tee: 8:00am to Dusk
Pro Shop: 8:00am to 5:30pm


About:

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