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Nicole Palazzo’s love of horses runs long and deep. In fact, she can’t recall a time when she didn’t adore the majestic creatures. As a child, she lived next to a stable and admired the beauties from afar. But as soon as she could walk, she was drawn to them. “It’s something that’s always been in me,” she said. “My...

Brays Island will once again be participating in the local Summer Reciprocal Golf Program with some of the finest Golf Courses in the area.  The program runs from June 1st until August 31st. All arrangements MUST be made through the Golf Staff. Each club has their own reduced rate and certain limitations on...

Join Bruce Lampright on Friday, May 20th, 2016 for a nature walk through the hunt lands. 9:00am – 11:00am Brays Island Nature Center Our last walk to this area went so well so we’re back for more!  Join Naturalist, Bruce Lampright, on an exploration through our hunting fields and forests in search of emerging...

Easy access to the flourishing waterways of the Port Royal Sound is a unique aspect of life here at Brays. It’s been a long week. Work has been hectic. Maybe the in-laws were in town. But a weekend escape awaits in the Lowcountry. Whether you’re on the trail of tailing redfish or just cruising on the Pocotaligo,...

The Member Guest was a great success and the Golf Staff would like to thank all the owners for their participation and support of the event. With numerous teams in contention on the final day, anyone could make a move up the leaderboard and earn a spot into the traditional “Shoot-Out” by winning their flight or...

Starting this spring, there will be some changes in the start times of our weekly scheduled games. Starting March 1, the Men’s Day starting time will return to 9:30 a.m., with the Ladies 9-Hole Group starting at 10 a.m. The Weekend Pickup Game will return to its 9:30 a.m. start time beginning March 1 as well. Golf...

by Jim Arnold For every action, there is an opposite reaction. Due to laws of physics, recoil is an issue for all shooters. I have had the unfortunate experience of cervical spine surgery. Discs have been replaced with polymer and fused. A titanium plate now holds it all together. This was not a fun experience, but it...

by Bruce Lampright Yes, according to the calendar it was still officially winter until March 20. I guess no one told our native plants, which started blooming well before the Spring Equinox. Many of the flowers pictured here can be best seen along the Trillium Trail, which parallels William Bray Drive between the...

by Captain Bryan Freeman Catching redfish in the winter can often be quite a challenge. The water is clear, and the fish are likely to spook quite easily. There are two techniques that have worked well for me during the last few months of winter. Try dead sticking a 4-inch Gulp Shrimp on a Mustad Power Lock Plus...