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King and Prince Golf Course
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The Course

With four signature holes highlighting play on The King and Prince Golf Course’s back nine, the entire 18-hole, Par 72 course combines for an experience that always finds it on golf’s “must-play” lists on the Florida to Myrtle Beach circuit.

Green complexes: Mini-verde, ultra-dwarf Bermuda grass. Green collars are 60” around each green and planted with Tifsport Bermuda.

Bunkers: Recently reshaped and all sand replaced. Three new fairway bunkers have been added including two on No. 10 and one on No. 16. Bunker bands are planted in Empire Zoysia.

Fairways, Tee and Rough Grasses: All are planted with the more shade-tolerate Celebration Bermuda grass.

Driving Range & Putting Green: Large Mini Verde putting and chipping green. Sand trap just like what is offered on the course. Target greens for short wedge play. Fairway Bunkers and Greens with Bunkers at different distances in the range.

Our Architects

After nearly two decades among the southeast’s finest courses, the owners sought a return to the brilliant beauty and playability of Joe Lee’s original course shaping and sightlines. In early 2009, with the goal of ensuring the finest possible golf experience for the next twenty years, the course was closed and a multi-million dollar restoration project commenced.

“Gentleman” Joe Lee built his career in golf architect through hard work and dedication. Never one to self-promote he let his clients and golfers do the talking. His designs followed the simple philosophies that “Golf is a sport to be enjoyed. The designer shouldn’t make it a life or death struggle.” and “A successful course should be fun for a beginner as well as challenging for the seasoned pro.”

With Joe Lee’s original design plans as a constant compass, course architect Billy Fuller authored a brilliant redesign that touched every yard, melding a faithful restoration of the course’s original and classic elements with the gentle additions of new and exciting ones. In October of 2009, with the transformation work complete, a new era arrived and with it a new name: The King and Prince Golf Course, home of The Hampton Club.

With the rare beauty of its design, the premier caliber of its facilities and the welcoming hospitality of its staff, The King and Prince Golf Course has secured its place as one of the game’s great courses for decades to come.

Believed to be one of Joe Lee’s finest achievements, The King and Prince Golf Course is a perfect integration of exhilarating golf, environmental sensitivity and peaceful living.