Old Tabby Links, 15th hole
Spring Island, S.C.
The golf course for the Spring Island community, Old Tabby actually has two greens that could be termed islands if using a loose interpretation of the term. The green of the 205-yard 17th is sandwiched between two different bodies of water: the Chechessee River to the right, Night Heron Pond to the left. But the green of the 15th hole is a true island and is the only putting surface on our list on a par 4.
LENGTH 377 yards ARCHITECT Arnold Palmer YEAR BUILT 1993 >> springisland-sc.com
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