Haig Point

The Haig Point experience begins with a scenic ferry ride across Calibogue Sound, from Hilton Head Island to Daufuskie Island, a bridge-less island accessible only by boat.

The secluded setting presents a unique experience for golfers, who are surrounded by the island’s natural beauty and abundant wildlife, which is unspoiled by overdevelopment or noise pollution, as residents commute only by golf cart.

The fleet of ferries providing 18-round trips allow members to commute to and from the mainland with a 24-hour water taxi service. To keep step with the mainland, the high speed internet access is key point for residents that work from home. The concierge services at Haig Point are second to none coupled with a range of outdoor pursuits that accent the island’s natural beauty.

Haig Point Club uniquely features 29 holes of championship golf. The Rees Jones Signature course has appeared on Golf Digest’s “America’s 100 Greatest Courses” and “Best in State” lists and has earned a coveted position in Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 in the World.” One of course’s most fun and interesting features is the fact that the par-3 eighth and 17th holes give golfers two options of holes to play – the “Haig” versions and the more challenging “Calibogue” versions that are closer to the water. The course opened in 1986, but Jones returned in 2007 to restore the greens and sharpen the course’s legacy as one of the best in the nation. The track can play as long as 7,380 yards from the back tees, providing a sturdy test for even the most accomplished golfers.

The nine-hole Osprey Course provides the same world-class course conditions and challenging golf in a fast, family-friendly setting perfect for those who are new to the game or seeking a relaxing round.

10 Haig Point Circle, Daufuskie Island, South Carolina 29928 / haigpoint.com / 800.686.3441