We invited five extraordinary Harper-recommended hotels and resorts to tout one of their favorite features at their award-winning golf courses. We were thrilled to see that the variety of responses spanned from links with over 800 years of history to a most delicious nineteenth hole.
Discover landmark features at five golf hotels and resorts, below.
Kiawah Island, 35 minutes from downtown Charleston, shares the best way to relax after a challenging, rewarding day playing one of the resort's five impressive courses: The Ryder Cup Bar.
Click here to read about The Ryder Cup Bar, Kiawah Island's memorable nineteenth hole.
Rugged beauty and breathtaking desert panoramas define the two award-winning courses of the Boulder's resort, highlighted by the precariously hanging "Rosie's Rock" above the tee on the South Course's seventh hole.
Click here to learn more about Rosie's Rock and other features at this fine golf resort.
What is Pelican Hill's favorite course feature? The resort points to the 2005 refinement of their 36-holes by Tom Fazio, well-known beacon of golf course design and architecture.
Click here to learn more about this course refurbishment and to watch a video featuring the man himself, Tom Fazio!
Well-known Turnberry rests on age-old grounds on the Scottish shores. The classic resort points to their Ailsa Course, home to four Open Championships and the site of Tom Watson's unforgettable one-shot victory over Jack Nicklaus in 1977.
Click here to read about the trademark hole situated over 13th-century ruins on the Ailsa Course.