Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center Ranks #5 in the world.
Hilton Head, SC. Palmetto Dunes Resort, acquired by Greenwood Development Corporation in 1978, was recently ranked #5 in the Tennis Resorts Online 7th annual top 100 tennis resorts and camps poll. Maintaining a steady seat in the top 5 resorts, Palmetto Dunes is second only to Kiawah Island Resort in the Southeast region of the United States.
Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center received a 4.5 balls out of 5 in game matching, tennis staff, instruction, and social tennis.
Rankings of this poll are based on reviews from vacationers who have actually stayed at the resort. They are asked to rank their experience in 16 different categories that include tennis, lodging, activities and value for dollar. To be considered for ranking, each resort must have a minimum of 10 reviews over the past year and at least 6 tennis courts.
With a full schedule of seasonal activities, daily round robin tournaments and a wide array of instructional programs, there is something for everyone at Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center. The entire staff of the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center has a strong tennis background, which enables them to understand and meet players' needs. The facilities include 23 clay and 2 Nova ProBounce courts (including 8 lighted for night play).
Greenwood Development Corporation is a leader in the creation and management of award-winning resort and residential communities in the Southeast United States. The company was created in 1978 when the Self Family, who was instrumental in the development of Hilton Head Island, acquired Palmetto Dunes and lands that would later become Palmetto Hall Plantation and Shelter Cove Harbour and began transforming them into world-class resort and residential communities.
Greenwood's significant presence on Hilton Head Island over the years has helped it grow and thrive as a leader in the Southeast. Greenwood's current projects include The Reserve at Lake Keowee, a 3,900-acre private lakefront community in the northwestern corner of South Carolina; The Ponds, a 2,000-acre residential development outside Charleston, SC; The Meridian at N. Hutchinson Island, a 104-unit luxury oceanfront condominium project in North Hutchinson Island, FL; a planned 3,500-acre residential lakefront community on Lake Wateree, SC; and Big Canoe outside Atlanta, GA.