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Long Cove

Golf Digest Top 100 Course

Long Cove Club is located on the southern half of Hilton Head Island on William Hilton Parkway (US 278) just a half mile from the Sea Pines Circle. The 600-acre site carries through from the road all the way to Broad Creek. Every year for the last 22 years, Golf Digest has ranked Pete Dye's masterpiece in its most prestigious ranking: the Top 100 Courses in America.

The First of It's Kind

Long Cove Club was created in 1980 by a group of visionary Sea Pines alumnae: Joseph Webster, David Ames, and Wes Wilhelm. This new community was a pioneer in embracing the Private Golf Club Community concept. These three astute gentlemen understood there was a burgeoning market for an entirely private golf community where only the property owners would be members of the club.

Its world-class amenities include a championship tennis facility, private marina (with direct access to the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway), a beautiful pool complex, a handsome clubhouse and, of course, the nationally acclaimed Pete Dye golf course.

Private Golf Doesn't Get Better Than This

It can be easily argued that Pete Dye has left a substantial mark of his craft in the Hilton Head area. The Harbour Town course, seen on national television each year as the PGA tour stops by, is often thought to be the finest course on the island...save one other that few are privileged to play, Long Cove. It is a fascinating test of nearly every level of one's golf game and although very fair, it can be a truly difficult challenge.

Many knowledgable golfers, along with the editors of nearly every golfing publication in print, put Pete Dye's Long Cove course up there with Harbour Town and close to the top nationally among its modern peers.

This 7,026 yard course with a slope of 142 is private golf at its best!

Real Estate in Long Cove

Long Cove Club possesses some of the most inspired architecture in the Hilton Head area. Each home has been custom designed by a variety of top-notch architects with hard to beat views: waterfront, marsh front, lagoon, and golf greens and fairways.