It takes a half hour by ferry to get from Hilton Head, South Carolina, to the little island that Haig Point shares with a couple hundred residences, most of them vacation homes. No automobiles are to be found, and there are only a hundred or so year-round inhabitants. The centerpiece of the island is the course Rees Jones constructed here in the mid-Eighties, and to which he returned some time later for a little bit of fine tuning that included creating alternates for two of the holes that take advantage of the wetlands to make for an additional challenge. Play here is by invitation only, and those fortunate enough to receive the honor enjoy a route that extends over thick evergreen forest, though the trees do not crowd the playing areas. A variety of teeing options make the Calibouge+Haig combination a real treat for players of any skill level.