RJMUG“I had never seen a property quite like Haig Point – with such a pristine setting and all the elements to create a great golf course. It has the ocean, the sound, the marshes, fantastic vegetation. I knew when I first saw it, we could build a world-class golf course here.”

- Rees Jones, Golf Course architect

Click here for an interview with Rees Jones.


Haig Point’s Rees Jones Signature Course is unique to the world of golf. The architect of the original course in 1986, Jones returned to Haig Point in 2007 for a restoration that has sharpened and maintained the course’s young legacy as one of the best in the Lowcountry and in the entire country. Haig Point’s stunning course has appeared multiple times in Golf Digest’s “America’s 100 Greatest Courses” and “Best in State,” and earned a position in Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 in the World.”

In fact, Jones designed a unique 20-hole layout that propelled him to the upper echelon of golf course architects. He added an extra hole to each nine to give higher handicap players a chance to enjoy an easier routing. The Haig design offers a couple of par-3s that don’t require a forced carry. The championship Calibogue routing includes the two signature par-3s playing out to the Sound with long-iron carries over the marshland.

The alternate holes and five different teeing areas can accommodate every golfer’s game and bring them back time and time again. When you add the Osprey nine, there are more ways to play the course than there are days in the week.


Look who stopped by the Haig Point Rees Jones Signature Course!

The 2014 RBC Pros took the time to take this memorable selfie at Haig Point. Pictured are Stephen Ames, Graham Deleat, Luke Donald, Jim Furyk, David Hearn, Matt Kuchar, Hunter Mahan, Graeme McDowell, Brandt Snedeker and Mike Weir.


“The course is really, really challenging and it’s a fun golf course. It reminds me a lot of Harbour Town. It’s a great place for me to come and enjoy a true championship test of golf. You get some spectacular views, and when you get out to those water holes, you really feel like you’re at a special place and on a fantastic golf course. I think the par-3 17th is the toughest hole. The eighth is tough too, but the 17th gets my vote. This is a special place for me. I remember shooting 71 here a couple years ago. I think it was the course record at the time.”
~Matt Kuchar, 2014 RBC Heritage Champion


Graeme McDowell“It’s a beautiful golf course. I think Harbour Town is going to feel wide open after playing here at Haig Point. It’s a narrow golf course, especially off the tees. But it has a beautiful feel to it, with the mix of trees and the holes along the ocean. I love the options you have with the two hole 8s and two hole 17s and the different tee positions. The greens were phenomenal today … We had great hospitality and really enjoyed the great people here.”
~Graeme McDowell, 2013 RBC Heritage Champion


ernie-els“It is really nice. It has a natural look to it with a lot of doglegs. It is just an enjoyable course. You have to drive it well and there are some good par 5s, like the 14th. That’s a beautiful hole! I really enjoyed it here . . . Rees Jones did a hell-of-a job here. He kept the natural beauty of the island. It’s a natural-looking Lowcountry golf course.”
~Ernie Els, April 2013

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