This is one of Bluffton's most unrecognized courses and to take that statement a bit further, Hampton Hall seems to fly under the radar of most played courses in the area. Course architect Pete Dye had eased off the gas pedal when creating Hampton Hall, allowing for spectacular views throughout the entire course and put Bluffton golf significantly on the map for a legitimate (private residential) golf course. Much undulation from tee boxes to greens, #17 comes to mind, with an elevated green on a par 3 that is not for the faint of heart as is hole #18, where if you don't properly negotiate the wind, waste area on right and the wetlands on the left, your DONE.
Overall, I would say the fairways are generous, but if you miss them, your in some super deep rough, where you may not locate your Titleist. It's a three sleeve course for sure.
No forced carries, but if your on the wrong side of the hole, a three putt is a possibility, I know, i did it twice and I am a good putter.
A Monsterous 7503 from the back tees, totally cool of them to stretch it back to US OPEN length, even if not many can take it back that far, I appreciate it being there (I went up a set of markers) with a 137 slope.
Great Course--deals to be had, just research or message me--Sept to Nov approximately (with range balls)will cost you about $75. to $85. and Dec. to late Feb runs $55. to $65. which is a great deal because the weather is still golfable.