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Haig Point Club
Daufuskie Island, SC
|Haig Point Club is a quiet, natural island community on
|the SC coast near Hilton Head Island and Savannah.
Haig Point is a serene and nature-loving community set on the sea island of Daufuskie Island, located just off the South Carolina coast between Hilton Head and Savannah, GA. Without a causeway connecting it to the mainland, Daufuskie is accessible only by a private ferry system originating from Hilton Head, creating the ultimate private getaway.
With 3.5 miles of pristine beachfront, Daufuskie is surrounded by the waters of the Calibogue Sound, the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. Residents and guests drive electric golf carts to the points of interest in and around the community, including the 150-year-old Haig Point Lighthouse, Strachan Mansion and the ruins of 19th-century slave quarters.
Top-Rated Golf & Tennis
The community is home to a Rees Jones Signature golf course, plus a nine-hole short course ideal for younger juniors and the casual player. The championship course features spectacular waterfront holes and its No. 14 bears the honor of being one of Golf Digest’s Best par-5 holes in the U.S.
The Haig Point Tennis Center features six Har-Tru courts, including two that are lighted for evening play. Clinics are held regularly for everyone from beginners to advanced players. The U.S. Tennis Association has recognized Haig Point Club’s superior programs and facilities by giving it the USTA’s Outstanding Tennis Facility award.
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A Haven for Horses
Haig Point offers a 3-acre equestrian center.
Other amenities at Haig Point include an equestrian center, two restaurants and a community park. The Equestrian Center at Haig Point is a charming facility, perfect for private horse owners and trail riders. It includes a 12-stall barn, a tack room, lounge, restroom, office and wash/groom stalls.
The stables are on three acres, which are meticulously groomed. Boarding includes daily pasture maintenance to provide horses with adequate grazing. There are four turnout pastures as well as a riding arena and a round pen.
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Endless Days on the Water
Haig Point is an ideal place for anyone who savors long days on the water. Sailboat races, kayaking and jet skis are constant sights on the waves of Calibogue Sound and the Intracoastal Waterway. Haig Point has a community dock where members and guests may tie up for the day, rent a kayak or fish.
Crabbing on Daufuskie Island is a Lowcountry tradition. Drop a crab basket or crab pot over one of the tidal bridges on Haig Point and wait for the blue crabs to crawl in to get a bite of the chicken leg bait.
The Calibogue Club offers premier waterfront dining for the entire family. During the day, the poolside grill and bar allow you to enjoy your Pina Colada in the South Carolina sun. At night, the Calibogue Club offers spectacular views of the Sound and the Atlantic as a side to dishes featuring seafood caught the same day. Located in the clubhouse between the 9th green and 10th tee, the Grill Room offers sumptuous meals plus views of the Signature course and the lake right off the dining room porch.
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From Fitness to Fishing Derbys
Directly across from the clubhouse, the Fitness Center is outfitted with excellent resistance exercise and aerobic equipment, and an outdoor lap pool. Men’s and ladies’ locker rooms are complete with showering facilities and a sauna room. The Fitness Center is open 7 days a week.
Personal training sessions, yoga and other fitness classes are available. The adults-only lap pool at the Fitness Center is located within walking distance of the Clubhouse. Water aerobics classes are available seasonally for members and guests.
Explore the broad Intracoastal waters for fishing or relaxation.
Daufuskie Island is home to some of the best fishing in the Southeast. If it’s bass you’re after, Haig Point offers dozens of ponds stocked with bass, tilapia, and bream.
The tranquility, abundant nature, world-class amenities, family activities, and environmental stewardship Haig Point is known for set it apart from most other island resort communities. Members enjoy an Audubon bird watching paradise in the marshlands adjacent to their beautiful waterfront homes or near the eagle and osprey aeries amongst the many fishing ponds.
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Amenities include a swimming pool.
Amenities: Haig Point Club SC
- Championship 20-hole golf course—Rees Jones Signature design
- Nine-hole Osprey Course for casual play
- Golf clubhouse, golf shop and practice facilities
- Tennis center with pro shop, tennis clubhouse, lighted Har-Tru courts and instruction
- Equestrian facility that offers grooming, boarding, lessons and trail rides
- Calibogue Club at Haig Point for premier waterfront dining
- Grill Room at Haig Point with views of Rees Jones Signature course
- The Beach Club and Pool with screened-in cabana serving refreshments
- Strachan Mansion, historic center with conveniences including a general store
- Fitness Center and indoor pool
- Boating and water sports, including parasailing
- Daufuskie Island Beach
- Kid’s Camp
Homes begin in the $400,000s.
Real Estate: Haig Point Club, SC
- Private island golf community with 24-hour security
- Views of ocean, marsh, golf course and woodland
- New custom estate homes from the $700,000s to $2.5 million
- Resale homes and townhomes from the $400,000s to $1 million-plus
- Homesites in a range of prices starting at $20,000
- No time requirement to build
For More Information
For more information about Haig Point Club, call 843-341-8148
Or visit the Haig Point website at www.haigpoint.com.
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About the Area
Daufuskie offers a quiet, secure environment, yet also a rich cultural experience, with its environmental preserves, quaint Gullah houses, diverse art galleries and history dating back to the “Daufuskie Fight” during the Yemassee War of 1715–1717. This island is also the setting of Pat Conroy’s novel “The Water Is Wide,” recounting Conroy’s experiences teaching on Daufuskie in the 1960s.
The lighthouse guides you home to Haig Point.
The residents of Haig Point have long declared their commitment to preserving a way of life unique to Haig Point and Daufuskie Island. The archaeological restoration of historic properties and passing along of folklore surrounding the history of the island proves this spirit is alive and well.
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