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The Beat of the Red Drum: Sport Fishing in the Lowcountry

Twenty-five feet below the surface, a marauding school of bull reds swept the sandy bottom out away from Hilton Head’s beautiful beaches in search of prey. Honing in on the smell of fresh-cut mullet, a large bull inhaled the chunk, and upon feeling the bite of the 8/0 circle hook, put its broad shoulders and… Read More…

Paddle Pinckney Island

By Jessie Renew, Outside Hilton Head While the weather is a little unpredictable in early spring, it is the best time of year to go kayaking in the Lowcountry. After years of kayaking around here, I’ve developed a few favorite paddles, several of which are in the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge. Each of these… Read More…

Class and a Glass: What to Wear to the Grand Tasting

Every spring, the Hilton Head Wine & Food Festival brings a weeklong celebration to the Island with an array of events to choose from—classes, cinema, tastings, dinners and more. The most prestigious of these? The Grand Tasting on March 11 in the Harbour Town Golf Links Clubhouse. This isn’t just any festival event; it’s the… Read More…

What you can learn from Jordan Spieth on the green

By Doug Weaver, Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort Jordan Spieth has won the hearts of many as he has conquered the golf industry. Spieth left college early after dominating NCAA Men’s Golf as a freshman at the University of Texas winning the Individual Championship. The next year, in 2013, he was PGA Rookie of the Year… Read More…

Improve Yourself, Help Your Health & Play Golf

By Doug Weaver Playing golf isn’t just an enjoyable outdoor pastime, but a game that has proved to benefit players’ health. The International Council on Active Aging compared the mortality rate of Swedish Golf Federation members with the nationwide mortality rate. The study showed that golfers had a mortality rate 40 percent lower than non­golfers… Read More…