Find your fun.

Play. Interact. Relax. Recharge.

Sea Pines Country Club’s resort-style facilities beckon members of all ages and abilities to enjoy familiar favorite activities or to try something new and exciting! The club offers something for everyone. From traditional sports of golf and tennis, to wildly popular pickleball and bocce, to great group fun with mah jongg, bridge or canasta. Work out in the state-of-the-art Fitness Center, swim a few laps in a saltwater pool, try a yoga class. Or simply relax on a chaise lounge with a good book.

The club's social calendar offers game nights, book-signing events, trivia contests, music and dancing, and many other diverse and enjoyable diversions. A great way to enjoy an evening with old friends or to meet new ones.


Be swept up in a feeling of adventure and anticipation from the first tee of the private 18-hole Club Course.

The par-72 Arnold Palmer-designed gem epitomizes Lowcountry golf and is a true shotmaker’s layout with narrow landing areas, gentle doglegs and subtle greens that call for precision from tee to green.

Well-appointed practice facilities, GPS-equipped carts, and an attentive professional staff led by Director of Golf Ray Bragg. Introductory clinics and private lessons get new players into the game, and high-level players can enjoy inter-club competition.

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With more than 300 courts, Hilton Head Island has been dubbed the “Tennis Capital of the World.” Sea Pines Country Club embodies the island’s court-sport spirit with seven lighted and meticulously groomed Har-Tru clay courts.

A variety of leagues, instructional programs and private lessons are available, led by Director of Tennis Matt Wuller. Fun-filled junior camps and family-focused clinics provide a great way to learn the sport or to hone skills.

And for top-level players, inter-club matches against players from more than a dozen area clubs are a prelude to the USTA League competitions at the Adult, Senior and Super Senior levels.


Gracing the banks of a breathtaking Hilton Head Island saltwater marsh, the spacious pool deck offers stunning vistas and a serene atmosphere for relaxing and recharging. Its centerpiece is the sprawling outdoor swimming pool, perfect for splashing around with the family or logging a few laps.

Children enjoy their own splash pool, with squirting fountains and plenty of room for pool toys. Adults can relish a more relaxing experience in the hot tub, perched above the marsh with a view of the morning tide and the evening sunset.

The heated indoor saltwater pool is the only one of its kind on the island. Soaking, swimming and resting in saltwater is easy on the eyes and skin, and saltwater is an excellent natural therapy for sore and damaged muscles.

Pools are open year-round and include poolside food and beverage service.


From specialty classes including yoga, spin and TRX, to full-body strength training and water aerobics –  it’s offered at the club’s extensive fitness center.

Certified personal trainers, led by Director of Fitness & Wellness Wendy Kelly, customize workouts using the latest cardio, strength, flexibility and mobility equipment.The fitness center features therapeutic massage and licensed physical therapy services, as well as infrared sauna treatments in well-appointed locker rooms.

A lively lobby features a retail area stocked with tennis and workout clothing and accessories, racket re-stringing, and pooltime items including sunscreen and goggles.

The Club Course Café serves healthy fare to enjoy both pre- and post-workout. The café’s full-service bar mixes specialty cocktails to sip while taking in stunning views of the tennis courts, golf driving range or pools.

Pickleball & Bocce

Almost 3 million people can’t be wrong; pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States. A lower-impact alternative to tennis, pickleball is an enjoyable and safe way to stay fit.

The club’s new pickleball facility features four regulation lighted courts. Enjoy a rigorous singles match against a fellow club player, or a friendly doubles match against friends.

Imported from Northern Italy in the early 1900s, bocce is a popular social game, often played with a bocce ball in one hand and a cocktail in the other. The club’s new 60-foot bocce court overlooks the saltwater marsh just a few steps from the clubhouse. It’s the perfect way to wind down the day with friends and family.