A true golf adventure.
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Leave society behind as you make your journey to secluded Bloody Point on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina, for a golfing experience unlike anywhere else in the world. Designed in 1991 by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf, Bloody Point's golf course was one of the area’s first core design golf courses. The course offers beautiful views across parallel fairways, and is perfect for the health-conscious, as it was designed as a walking course.
In 2011, Love Golf Design, the design company of 20-time PGA TOUR winner and 2012 Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III, was retained to Bring Bloody Point back from three years of neglect during the bankruptcy of the Daufuskie Island Club and Resort. Keeping in mind the integrity of the original Morrish/Weiskopf design, the Love Group renovated Bloody Point’s 18 holes and added a little more character to an already beautiful course. Included in the renovation, Love Golf Design has re-contoured the greens and finished them with a new strand of grass called Platinum Paspalum. The renovation also includes the removal ofapproximately 30% of the fairway and greenside bunkers in order to make the course slightly more user-friendly. The product is a unique and beautiful course that can be enjoyed by players of all skill sets.
Bloody Point Golf Course boasts an environment unlike any other. Bordering the Mungen Creek, the course features spectacular waterfront views of Savannah, Georgia and sunset vistas unlike anywhere else on the island. Marshland and lagoon views round out this visually stunning course while preserving much of the natural environment of the island. From the 17th green, golfers enjoy views of playful dolphins and Savannah’s Talmadge Memorial Bridge.
Bloody Point Golf Club also has a full-service Practice Facility. The range at Bloody Point is over 300 yards long and 150 yards wide. The Practice Facility also offers over an acre dedicated to the short game, including a sand bunker.
The Bloody Point Golf Course is open to the public. To make a Tee Time or to learn about marine transportation to the course, please call our Pro Shop at 843.341.5566. The clubhouse closed on Tuesdays.
For more information, please contact General Manager Patrick Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org.