Palmetto Hall

Enjoy the Hilton Head Island lifestyle at the Palmetto Hall Golf and Country Club where Southern elegance and natural beauty are everywhere. It’s located between north and mid-island close to shopping, schools, health care, and just a few miles from the sandy beaches Hilton Head Island is known for. 

Palmetto Hall – a Newer Hilton Head Island Community

Palmetto Hall is among South Carolina’s premier gated golf communities, with 700 acres of land with non-resort family homes and 200 acres of wetlands.

With more than 550 homes tucked into this lovely community, the elegance of these residences exude southern charm with their big front porches, shutters, dormers, large columns, and lovely Lowcountry designs.

Lowcountry Dining

At Palmetto Hall Golf and Country Club, golfers enjoy meals in Baird’s Pub, a private clubhouse with superior dining facilities for members and guests. After a round of golf, treat yourself to the pleasures of a full bar, fine wine, and gourmet food.  Enjoy a delicious Lowcountry luncheon with family and friends in the elegant Clubhouse dining room or plan an easy date night with one of their wine pairing dinners. You’ll find Lowcountry-themed menus that showcase many of the fresh local ingredients on the island.  All seafood and meats are prepared fresh each day.

Tennis and Swimming

Tennis and swimming are among the many amenities within this picturesque Lowcountry community.  


Palmetto Hall Club features two of Hilton Head Island’s most prestigious golf courses, Arthur Hills and Robert Cupp. Featuring 36 holes of pristine championship golf, this is an experience that truly is a must for everyone who loves golf.

The Arthur Hills Course opened in 1991 with outstanding reviews and was named to Golf Digest’s list as one of America’s Top 10 New Courses.  Hill’s signature style is fully on display here with lots of winding through heavily wooded forests of moss-draped live oaks and towering pines.  Lush fairways and crystalline lakes give way to large greens with bunkers butted up against the sides.  Challenges await all who play here and you will want to play again and again.

The Robert Cupp Course has been described as “unique, innovative and eminently playable. It tests the better players but accommodates higher handicappers as well. Cupp is Golf World’s former Architect of the Year, who opened his signature course at Palmetto Hall in 1993.  Very importantly both courses are impeccably maintained year-round.

Whether you are a visitor or one who decides to stay for a lifetime, the memories and times you spend at Palmetto Hall will be cherished. The beauty, friendliness, and charm of this place will captivate all who are fortunate enough to experience it.