April 2011



JIM FURYK Intends To Defend

When defending Heritage champion Jim Furyk shows up at Harbour Town Golf Links for the 43rd Heritage, he’ll be just a few weeks shy of his 41st birthday. Maybe that makes him one of the “old guys.” Based on his sensational 2010 season, there are…
Author:Paul DeVere



APRIL 2011: High Spirits - It's Raining Golfers

TEE UP SOME SPECIAL COCKTAILS! April is not just the month for showers; actually, it’s the month when it rains golfers. From the Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links here on Hilton Head Island to the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga.,…
Author:Krissy Cantelupe



APRIL 2011: What You Need To Know About - Tired of Volatility? Need Income? Try Commercial Real Estate

Most individual investors have access to a limited number of solutions to meet their financial goals. It is unfortunate, but high net worth and institutional clients have many more options from which to choose. In fact, the largest endowments and financial institutions benefit from diversification…
Author:Robert Star



APRIL 2011: Golf Tips From A Pro - The Truth About Light Drivers & Distance Scoring

One of the golf industry’s latest equipment trends is ultra light drivers. Many advertisements claim that this new concept can increase both swing speed and distance. Assuming that advertising is mainly directed toward increasing sales, such claims as “lighter means faster and longer” are not…
Author:Pete Popovich



Q&A With Steve Wilmot, Tournament Director of The Heritage Classic Foundation

CH2: So who exactly is the major sponsor for this year’s tournament? Is it the Town of Hilton Head? Steve Wilmot: The Heritage Classic Foundation is the major sponsor. We have committed four million of our reserve dollars. The Town of Hilton Head and Beaufort…
Author:Paula Magrini



APRIL 2011: Series Of Fortunate Events

SALTY DOG Marion Plumb and John Marsh of Hanes present Hanes Beefy-T® Hall of Fame Award to Bob Gossett, president of The Salty Dog Cafe and Jake, The Salty Dog. ROTARY CLUB The Rotary Club of Bluffton recently recognized member, Michele Cleland, with Rotary International’s Paul Harris Fellows…
Author:Special To C2 Magazine



The Law: Berry & Carr, P.C.

They never expected this. Nobody ever does. A couple approaches an intersection, driving home after an evening spent with friends, maybe dinner for two, just winding down for the night…almost home…

Author:Frank Dunne, Jr.



It's Party Time: Minimize the Fuss, Maximize the Fun

Thinking of throwing a spring wingding? Planning a business luncheon, family reunion or wedding reception? Whether you’re dreaming up a backyard barbecue or a black-tie gala, successful entertaining requires planning and action. If you have the time and energy for cooking, decorating, serving, cleaning and…
Author:Linda S. Hopkins



The New Tanger 1: Naturally Inspired; Fresh and Fabulous

For avid shoppers who have watched reconstruction of the Tanger 1 Outlet Center since a sign announcing its major renovation first went up, the year-long process has seemed longer…

Author:David Tobias



What's Buggin' You? A Day in the life of a Critter Getter

As Joe Maffo spoke outside his Hilton Head Island office, something was moving inside his T-shirt. The small bump started inching to his waist then suddenly switched direction and raced up his chest. A tiny alligator head popped out of his shirt collar…

Author:Lance Hanlin



APRIL 2011: Mayor- Hilton Head and Bluffton

The answer to the above question is, in a word, plenty. That is why so many town, county, and state residents are working very hard to help preserve our tournament. Within the last 18 months, Heritage Classic Foundation members, local and county officials, our governor…
Author:Drew Laughlin and Lisa Sulka



LowCountry Golf Cars: High Quality Sales and Service for Low-Speed Vehicles

Eric Goldstein likes a challenge. He stands quietly as a discerning couple scrutinizes a golf car in the sun drenched lot behind his dealership. On the surface, it’s not the prettiest out there, but the price is right. It’s a used E-Z-Go on a steel…
Author:Peter Zink



9 Reasons To LOVE Bluffton

“Bluffton is a State of Mind” is the town’s unofficial motto. It is painted, carved and shellacked on nearly every piece of driftwood that floats up from the May River. Go to any art gallery speckled along the quaint streets in Old Town Bluffton and…
Author:Mary Frances Lowrey



APRIL 2011: Letters To The Editor

BLAST FROM THE PAST Hey Maggie, It’s been a long time! I hope you are well! I’ve been following the magazine, and it continues to look great month after month. Although the guy’s biceps on the cover for this month aren’t as sculpted as mine, it…
Author:Our Readers



Heritage + Charity = CHARITAGE: The Tournament That Keeps On Giving

Heritage Classic Foundation leaders are proud to provide a generous purse annually to the tournament champion. But they’ve admitted that what is most satisfying is rewarding the unsung champions who tee it up for community…

Author:Paula Magrini



APRIL 2011: Charity Corner - Foundation For Excellence: Supporting innovative instruction in Beaufort County schools

The Beaufort County School District Foundation for Educational Excellence was established in 2007 to support student enrichment activities and projects that are beyond regular school budgets through Teacher Innovation Mini-Grants. The foundation recently distributed funds totaling $4,786.17 to 12 teachers in the Beaufort County School…
Author:Ann-Marie Adams



Dr. Liz Shelly

It was a Friday, Dr. Elizabeth Shelly’s scheduled day off, but somehow she found herself at the office. A dentist at Palmetto Dental Arts in Bluffton, she had a morning meeting with a magazine reporter…

Author:David Gignilliat



APRIL 2011: From The Editor - It's Time To Get Your Plaid On

I feel like I am expected to wax poetic about the Heritage Tournament in my note this month. You know, how important it is, what it does for the community, why we need to save it at all costs. Well, I agree. And if it…
Author:Maggie Washo



A Fresh Alliance: Farmers Markets Join Forces to Promote Local Produce, Growers

With live music, a charming historic setting and tables of fresh local food, Kim Viljac claims her farmers market in Old Town Bluffton has “the vibe.” Over at Buckwalter Place in new Bluffton, Larry Hughes says his produce-only market provides a traditional experience…

Author:Lance Hanlin



The Zerbini Family Circus

Close your eyes. Wait, you’re going to have to open them to read this, silly. Okay, pretend your eyes are closed… and you are a kid again. The sounds, smells, and sights of the circus are all around you: hot buttered popcorn; bright silk tents;…
Author:Courtney Hampson



APRIL 2011: Point/Counterpoint OR...

In my version of the perfect world, I’d be the New York Jets’ quarterback. Yeah, I know. By now I’d be retired and offering pithy, in-depth game day analysis on ESPN—and on my way to enshrinement in Canton—but that’s neither here nor there. The point…
Author:Frank Dunne, Jr. & Courtney Hampson



KYLE STANLEY Hometown Golfer Makes Heritage Debut

While golf announcer Jim Nantz waxes poetic about the majesty of the Calibogue Sound and the sublime lighthouse backdrop on the 18th hole of Harbour Town for the millions watching on CBS, local golf fans will have a chance to cheer one of their own…
Author:David Gignilliat



Advanced Women's Care of the Lowcountry: Offering Options for Today’s Women

Did you know there’s a medical practice right here in the Lowcountry specifically tailored to meet the needs of today’s busy, multi-tasking women? With offices in Hilton Head and Bluffton, Advanced Women’s Care offers all the “usual” OB/GYN services—infertility, prenatal, labor/delivery, postpartum, surgery and lifetime…
Author:Bobbi Hahn



Hair By Tracee

You may have met Tracee Spencer before. Maybe at the beach, or shopping at Shelter Cove, or perhaps in the checkout line at the local Harris Teeter. After all, she’s the type of cheerful extrovert who wouldn’t think twice about introducing herself to a complete…
Author:David Gignilliat




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