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Haig Point (Daufuskie Island)


“Unique” is overused in advertising, but not in the case of Haig Point, a most unusual golf community. Reached by ferry only, its air pollution comes only from the occasional golfer shouting an oath after scuffing a shot into the adjacent marsh. Perhaps he looked up to catch a glimpse of a boat floating on the Calibogue Sound or made an ill-advised adjustment to avoid play around one of the many beautiful live oaks that line Haig's golf courses. Most likely, he relaxed just a little too much knowing he is a lot closer to paradise than his friends on the mainland.



Great Golf at the End of Ferry Ride 



A few minutes to community ferry

30 minute ride to Hilton Head Island

Haig Point at a Glance


South Carolina barrier island

Between Hilton Head and Savannah

No cars; reached by ferry from Hilton Head

Real Estate

 Lots from $1 (no typo) to $650,000

 Single-family homes from $225K to $1.35 million

 Most properties include golf club initiation fee


 29 holes by Rees Jones

 Opened in 1985

 Middle tees 6,750 yds, rating 73.1, slope 136

Tom Jackson

Tom Jackson

Tom Jackson grew up near Atlanta, the son of a commercial airline pilot and homemaker. His love for travel began as a youngster, flying all over the world with his parents and three sisters. Tom played college football at the University of Georgia, graduated in 1981 with a degree in business, and immediately began a successful career –- first in sales, then in the mortgage banking business and later in the European Auto Delivery industry, which helped satisfy his passion for travel.

In the 1980's, after Tom's parents retired to beautiful Hilton Head Island, Tom was offered a real estate sales position on exclusive Daufuskie Island. He has now spent nearly 20 years specializing in properties on Daufuskie and all over the Hilton Head area; he must be doing something right as he has racked up more than $450 million in sales. With his wife Tiphany and three children, he's traded the friendly skies for the satisfactions of a wonderful family life. His customers are also happy he's home.

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