Founders Memorial Golf Tournament
Saturday, September 30, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Port Royal Golf & Racquet Club

Nestled along the Atlantic coastline, Port Royal Golf Club, named one of the “Top 10 ‘Exotic’ Golf Courses in the World” by World Property Channel and one of the “Top 75 U.S. Golf Resorts” by Golf Digest magazine, is located on the northwestern point of Hilton Head Island.

This golf haven was designed by some of the best golf architects, such as George Cobb, Pete Dye and William Byrd, and having hosted the Champions TOUR Hilton Head Seniors International, it has been honored with the presence of some of golf’s legendary players. The Port Royal Golf Club was recognized as a “1997 Silver Medal Resort” by Golf magazine for its three spectacular 18-hole golf courses: Barony, Planter’s Row, and Robber’s Row.

Cost: $200 includes breakfast and awards luncheon. Club rentals are $75.

In-Shore Fishing and Lunch
Saturday, September 30, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Come and fish the beautiful waters of the South Carolina Lowcountry! Our legendary salt marsh is the largest breeding ground of game fish in North America. Outside Hilton Head guides have been leading in-shore and offshore fishing charters for years and are sure to provide an amazing experience on the water. Seasonal species include tarpon, redfish, trout, shark, cobia, king & Spanish mackerel. Each charter captain is dedicated to providing a safe, productive, and memorable day. Whether a beginner or seasoned angler, your guide will share our deep knowledge and experience to ensure great fishing.

Cost $200. Lunch also included.

Hilton Head Island Tour and Lunch
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

This program is a fantastic way to both enjoy the South Carolina Lowcountry and truly connect to the area. Spend a few leisurely hours combining a relaxing tour with a visit to the quaint and historic town of Bluffton, South Carolina. From the dock at the base of Calhoun Street, stroll the lazy streets dotted with 19th century homes and visit the antebellum Church of the Cross. You may also visit quaint shops and Lowcountry art galleries along the way. A highlight of the trip will be a visit to The Bluffton Oyster Company, the last working oyster factory in SC. Truly a piece of history – The Bluffton Oyster Company actually sits on reclaimed land, built up by more than a hundred years of discarded shells from previous shucking operations. The oyster business thrived in early Bluffton and throughout the 1920’s, with five different oyster operations in the area.

Cost: $125. Lunch is included.