Harbour Town Golf Links

Harbour Town Golf LinksPlay in the footsteps of legends. Reserve a round on The Sea Pines Resort’s world-famous Harbour Town Golf Links home of the PGA TOUR’s RBC Heritage golf tournament.

This distinguished golf course places a premium on finesse, imagination and shot-making, rather than strength, making it a perennial favorite among PGA TOUR players. Put your game to the ultimate test – against a collection of par threes ranked among the world’s finest and a par-4 18th hole considered one of the most feared in all of golf, particularly when the wind is blowing off Calibogue Sound. The crowning achievement of famed designer Pete Dye, this celebrated PGA TOUR golf course is a true test of the game of golf

 

Heron Point by Pete Dye

Heron Point by Pete DyeNamed South Carolina’s 2015 Golf Course of the Year, Heron Point is poised for even more acclaim. The splendid 18, along with Harbour Town Golf Links, gives The Sea Pines Resort not one but two Dye masterpieces. Experience the Plantation Golf Club, named 2015 Clubhouse of the Year by Golf Inc., when you play Heron Point by Pete Dye.

The maestro himself supervised Heron Point’s subtle course modifications in 2014 with the objective of making the course more player friendly. Dye’s team softened the green surrounds and contours, enlarged several putting surfaces, and added ornamental landscape beds throughout the Lowcountry layout. The greens were transitioned to Tif-Eagle Bermuda, the same strand used on famed Harbour Town Golf Links.

 

Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III

Atlantic DunesThe layout is a complete reconstruction and recreation of the resort’s historic Ocean Course, the first built on Hilton Head. Love and lead architect Scot Sherman have fashioned entirely rebuilt holes to accommodate modern shot values and frame scenic corridors. Atlantic Dunes features a pronounced seaside ambience and Lowcountry feel accented by coquina shells and seaside grasses. The project’s goal was to incorporate elements of the surrounding beachfront along with the area’s bounty of native pines and oaks lining the fairways