Lowcountry luxury lies at the base of Hilton Head’s bridge at Colleton River. This peninsula community delivers on its promise of world-class golf, pristine natural surroundings, and an unparalleled water experience.
Courses from legendary Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye span this peninsula community, creating a golfer’s paradise. Variety between the courses keeps the game interesting. The Nick is challenging yet playable in its lush signature style. The Dye, a links-style course, offers sweeping water views, small greens and pot bunkers that are a Dye signature. The Bruce Borland, a 6-hole Par 3 is perfect for improving your short-game. The state-of-the-art Practice Park and Learning Center deliver an unparalleled golfing amenity to the region.
With nature as the centerpiece, Colleton River’s 1,500 acres epitomize Lowcountry serenity, with Spanish moss draped Live oaks and palmetto trees lining roadways. Trails wind through a blend of beautiful homes, natural terrain and 7 miles of expansive water and marsh views. The peninsula is also anchored by adjoining Victoria Bluff, an 1,100-acre nature preserve.