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Club Member Norm Hobbie from New Jersey

Club Member Norm Hobbie from New Jersey

June 29, 2022

From New Jersey to Kiawah Island… Pictured with Tyler, JR, Kasey, Savannah, Jack and CJ Q: What a big, beautiful family! Norm: Seven kids. Eight of us all together. Kasey: Dad raised us as a single parent. He’s a saint. Q: Are you close? Kasey: Very close. We’re all basically…

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Journey to Freedom

Journey to Freedom

June 15, 2022

The heroic story of an enslaved man who planned a daring escape to freedom and who spent the rest of his life tirelessly working for equality. “My race needs no special defense, for the past history of them in this country proves them to be the equal of any people…

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Lefty Wins Big

Lefty Wins Big

May 31, 2022

Phil Mickelson’s victory on The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort last May is one that golf fans will remember for years to come. History Was Made at the 2021 PGA Championship. Some might say history is made at every major Championship, but Phil Mickelson’s victory on The Ocean…

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Lowcountry Day Trips

Lowcountry Day Trips

May 2, 2022

From old-growth swamps to remote shorelines, these six ecological escapes will broaden your perspective of the Lowcountry’s wild side. Each site has a unique cultural and natural history that has been preserved through pointed and direct conservation efforts. Botany Bay 1066 Botany Bay Road, Edisto Island The grand entrance to…

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Imagining Seafields

Imagining Seafields

March 30, 2022

Pictured above: Richard Ackerman (left) with Balfour Beatty Vice President of Operations David Stanton and Big Rock Partners Managing Director Sean Nealon. Big Rock Partners CEO Richard Ackerman discusses senior housing and the plan for Seafields, Kiawah Island’s new senior living community. The three-story mixed-use seniors housing property will consist…

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Club Members Robert & Aileen Hugli from Washington, D.C.

Club Members Robert & Aileen Hugli from Washington, D.C.

December 9, 2021

From Washington, D.C. To Kiawah Island... Pictured with daughter Kimi Q: Where are you from? Aileen: I was born in the Philippines, but my mom was recruited by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and Bethesda, Maryland, became our first home in the United States. Bob: I’m from Pittsburgh originally, but…

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An Upland Hunt

An Upland Hunt

December 3, 2021

I arrive at the Kiawah Island Sporting Club on a cloudless Saturday morning in late fall. Turning off of Bohicket Road, I wind through a beautiful mixed forest. The spectacularly colored autumnal leaves of the American sweetgum—red, yellow, and even purple—pop and swirl against the more subdued greens of loblolly…

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Wild Islands

Wild Islands

November 17, 2021

The barrier island system is made up of geological striations of sand, forest, and marsh. The barrier islands of the Carolina Lowcountry are like no other ecosystem in the world. These unique land formations boast an outsized number of contrasting ecosystems and are home to countless rare and endangered species…

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Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

November 9, 2021

From Connecticut To Kiawah Island... Q: Where do you live? Dave: I’m from Wakefield, Rhode Island. I’m more of a northeasterner than she is! (laughs) Suzanne: Not true! I grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey. We live in Rowayton, Connecticut. Q: Do you have kids?  Suzanne: We have a…

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Club Member Norm Hobbie from New Jersey

Club Member Norm Hobbie from New Jersey

From New Jersey to Kiawah Island… Pictured with Tyler, JR, Kasey, Savannah, Jack and CJ Q: What a big, beautiful family! Norm: Seven kids. Eight of us all together. Kasey: Dad raised us as a single parent. He’s a saint. Q: Are you close? Kasey: Very close. We’re all basically…

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Journey to Freedom

Journey to Freedom

The heroic story of an enslaved man who planned a daring escape to freedom and who spent the rest of his life tirelessly working for equality. “My race needs no special defense, for the past history of them in this country proves them to be the equal of any people…

Read More

Lefty Wins Big

Lefty Wins Big

Phil Mickelson’s victory on The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort last May is one that golf fans will remember for years to come. History Was Made at the 2021 PGA Championship. Some might say history is made at every major Championship, but Phil Mickelson’s victory on The Ocean…

Read More

Lowcountry Day Trips

Lowcountry Day Trips

From old-growth swamps to remote shorelines, these six ecological escapes will broaden your perspective of the Lowcountry’s wild side. Each site has a unique cultural and natural history that has been preserved through pointed and direct conservation efforts. Botany Bay 1066 Botany Bay Road, Edisto Island The grand entrance to…

Read More

Imagining Seafields

Imagining Seafields

Pictured above: Richard Ackerman (left) with Balfour Beatty Vice President of Operations David Stanton and Big Rock Partners Managing Director Sean Nealon. Big Rock Partners CEO Richard Ackerman discusses senior housing and the plan for Seafields, Kiawah Island’s new senior living community. The three-story mixed-use seniors housing property will consist…

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Club Members Robert & Aileen Hugli from Washington, D.C.

Club Members Robert & Aileen Hugli from Washington, D.C.

From Washington, D.C. To Kiawah Island... Pictured with daughter Kimi Q: Where are you from? Aileen: I was born in the Philippines, but my mom was recruited by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and Bethesda, Maryland, became our first home in the United States. Bob: I’m from Pittsburgh originally, but…

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An Upland Hunt

An Upland Hunt

I arrive at the Kiawah Island Sporting Club on a cloudless Saturday morning in late fall. Turning off of Bohicket Road, I wind through a beautiful mixed forest. The spectacularly colored autumnal leaves of the American sweetgum—red, yellow, and even purple—pop and swirl against the more subdued greens of loblolly…

Read More

Wild Islands

Wild Islands

The barrier island system is made up of geological striations of sand, forest, and marsh. The barrier islands of the Carolina Lowcountry are like no other ecosystem in the world. These unique land formations boast an outsized number of contrasting ecosystems and are home to countless rare and endangered species…

Read More

Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

From Connecticut To Kiawah Island... Q: Where do you live? Dave: I’m from Wakefield, Rhode Island. I’m more of a northeasterner than she is! (laughs) Suzanne: Not true! I grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey. We live in Rowayton, Connecticut. Q: Do you have kids?  Suzanne: We have a…

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