Old South Golf Links was designed by award winning course architect Clyde Johnston. The design allows golfers to experience the uniqueness of the site, it's natural amenities and spectacular views. Featuring towering live oaks, rolling Scottish terrain and magnificent views from three island greens, Old South has truly become a Lowcountry favorite.
The sixteenth hole at Old South is one of the most challenging and picturesque par 4's in the Lowcountry. With the tee boxes tucked back in the woods, the green is hidden from view on this long dogleg left. The landing area lies 220 yards from the championship tee box and is hemmed in on three sides with trouble. A great drive to the middle of the landing area leaves a player with a 170 yard second shot over the salt marsh again to the magnificent two-tiered island green, beyond the green lies a grand view of the intracoastal waterway and Hilton Head Island. Many matches are won or lost on this hole, where even the best players would gladly take par and move on.
Old South Golf Links is a Golf Digest "Places to Play" four-star property.
Old South Golf Links is conveniently located on Highway 278 approximately 1 mile after you go over the bridge to the mainland, directly across from the entrance to Moss Creek Plantation.
Old South hosts many tournaments for the local PGA golf professionals. The golf course is always in superior condition. This piece of property is beautiful. Awesome marsh views make playing here very enjoyable.