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Pickleball Revolution: What is Pickleball?

By Mark Anders, Head Pickleball Pro at Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort Some people think that pickleball is a game for “old people” or for people “who can’t play tennis anymore.” I’ve heard tennis friends disparagingly describe it as “not a real sport.” I understand these sentiments, being a fully addicted “tennisholic” for most of my… Read More…

Getting to Hilton Head Island

By Grace Barkley   Paradise doesn’t have to be so far away. There are many options for getting to Hilton Head Island by car, plane and train.   If you are close enough to drive, Hilton Head is easily accessible by I-95’s South Carolina Exit 8. You’ll head down 278 through Bluffton passing a multitude… Read More…

A Spanish Mackerel Adventure

Article and photo by Miles Altman, Bayrunner Fishing Charters Casting a line for these roaming marauders offers unforgettable summer excitement. “I’ll be on Hilton Head next week and would like to charter you to do a little fishing,” Doyle Evans said in his thick Oklahoma drawl. Doyle and I had become friends years before, but… Read More…

Better Together: Delicious Cocktails with Local Ingredients

Did you know that Hilton Head Island is home to a brewery, a distillery and a winery? Tucked behind the airport on the north end of the Island, Cardinal Road is the location of these three craft beverage makers, all of which are located within walking distance of one another. A trip to Cardinal Road… Read More…

The Power of the Tides

By Mike Overton, Outside Hilton Head In May of 1979, I was a fledgling college student with an idea of opening a windsurfing school. On a whim, a truck loaded six windsurfers and equal parts of excitement and anxiety into my car as we ventured into unknown territory. I had never traveled south of Washington,… Read More…