Today is July 22, 2018

2018 Pro-Scratch Moss Creek

Saturday, July 21, 2018


When:  Saturday, July 21, 2018

Where:  Moss Creek - North Course

Format: 1 Better Ball of 2 Gross (1 Professional/ 1 Amateur)

Entry Fee: $200 per team (optional $40 skins game)

Registration Deadline:  Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.                                                                                                                             


Click here for Pairings and Tournament Information








2018 Chapter Match Play

June 15 - September 23


2018 HHIPGA Match Play Championship Bracket 

*Updated 7/18/18*


Match Play Rules and Guidlines


Dates: June 15 - September 23.  The first three matches will be played within a months date and the where and when of the match will be decided by the players. Semi-Finals and Finals to be held at Harbour Town Golf Links on September 23.



44th Annual Hilton Head Open

Saturday & Sunday, July 28-29, 2018


44th Annual Hilton Head Open

Saturday & Sunday, July 28 & 29, 2018

Sea Pines Country Club



Entry: $200.00 per player.  Your entry fee grants you two tournament greens fees, tournament cart fees, practice balls before your tournament round, tournament prizes, and a tee favor.


Field: The Field will be separated into six flights; the HHI Championship Flight and Five Amateur Flights(Championship, Senior, First, Second, Ladies).  The HHI Professionals, Championship, and Senior Flights will still be played at scratch.


Deadline: The entry deadline is Sunday, July 22 at 5:00 p.m.  All registration will go through the Hilton Head Open BlueGolf Registration webpage.  Refunds will not be granted should you choose to withdraw after Monday, July 23 at 5:00p.m.


Format: 36 - Individual Stroke Play (Flighted)


Tees: Professionals & Championship Flight Competitors will play approx. 6,300 yards

          Senior & Handicap Flight Competitors will play approx. 6,000 yards

          Female Professionals will play from approx 5,200 yards

          Ladies Flight Competitors will play from approx. 4,900 yards


Golf Cars: All contestants must use golf cars provided by the host club.  Only two riders per golf car is permitted.  Spectators are not permitted to ride


Dress Code: Players are to dress in a manner keeping with the traditions of the game of golf.  The Tournament Committee reserves the right to refuse any contestant inappropriately dressed.  Sea Pines Country Club is a soft spike facility. Cargo shorts with protruding pockets are not permitted.  Professional Men must wear slacks.


Click here to Register




2018 Pro-Pro Port Royal

Monday, February 26, 2018


Congratulations to our winners Jason Heintschel (Long Cove Club) and James Stanofski (Callawassie Island Club)


Congratulations to Jason Heintschel, our Closest to the Pin Winner with his prize from Ogio!

Thanks to our Callaway/Odyssey/Ogio Representative Nick Amman


**Click Here For Tournament Results**





2018 Chapter Dues

Online Registration through BlueGolf






Class “A” Members (Except A-8) - $125
Registered Apprentices and PGA A-8 Members - $85 

Click appropriate link above to pay dues online.

Dues must be paid prior and in-hand to participate in any scheduled tournaments. 

Click Here to Register




Weather for
Hilton Head Island, SC
Sunday July 22 01:34pm EDT
Scattered Clouds
92° F

Humidity: 64%
Wind: West 3 mph

2018 Chapter Events



Moss Creek - North Course

Saturday July 21st

Tee Times Starting at 1:04


Hilton Head Open

Sea Pines Country Club

Saturday & Sunday

July 28 & July 29


Individual Stableford

​Colleton River Club


September 6 


Professionals Championship


Sunday & Monday

September 16 & September 17


Past Tournaments

Pro - Pro

 Port Royal

Monday, February 26






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