Sea Pines Resort and the CC of Roswell are incorporating beer into their operations in totally different, but equally shrewd, ways. Compared to wine, beer tends to be more casual and approachable. It attracts a different member demographic and necessitates a different stage when it’s being featured, both at the tap and beyond it. “Beer…
The next phase of improvement projects at the Hilton Head Island, S.C. property will center on a $2.55 million fitness center renovation and expansion that will include the addition of a grab-and-go café and infrared saunas. A second floor will be added to the existing fitness facility, expanding its total size from 2,500 to 7,300…
In addition to needing to complete its new pro shop in a tight, tournament-to-tournament timeframe, The Sea Pines Resort’s Harbour Town Golf Links sought a partner that could maximize the impact of customers’ shopping trips throughout the expanded space.
The eye of the storm passed 20 miles to the east of the city, and at least one gust of 87 mph was recorded. In Virginia Beach, Va., more than 100 wedding guests were stranded at Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club overnight due to flooding, while Ponte Vedra Inn & Club and Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., saw minimal damage from the storm.
The Davis Love III-designed layout is a complete reconstruction and recreation of the Hilton Head, S.C., resort’s historic Ocean Course. The course features seaside ambience accented by coquina shells and seaside grasses, incorporating native pines and oaks along the fairways.
My visit reminded me of the immense, positive impact that golf properties and tournaments have on the surrounding community—it’s hardly just about golf.
Club and resort properties are improving the conditions and playability of their golf courses with major regrassing projects.
The golf course at Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island, S.C., was closed for renovations over the summer, with enhancements including regrassed tee boxes, fairways and rough with Celebration Bermuda, resurfaced greens, and the installation of a new irrigation system.
The Marco Island (Fla.) Marriott has reopened for guests after completing the first phase of a $250 million upgrade; Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island, S.C., will open its Harbour Town Golf Links in late September/early October; and Golf Club of Texas in San Antonio will welcome members on August 28 following completion of a $7 million club-wide renovation.
Serving Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, S.C., the 26,000-sq. ft., multi-use structure includes a living room lounge, wrap-around terraces, locker room, and a 2,200-sq. ft. banquet and event space.
The golf course at Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island, S.C., will close following the RBC Heritage and replace tee boxes, fairways and rough with Celebration Bermuda grass and install a new irrigation system. The course will reopen in September.
Designed by Pete Dye, the new course at the Virginia resort will open on October 10th.
The beachfront restaurant, market and club at Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island, S.C., has opened its first floor, with plans to open the second floor by the end of this month.
The clubhouse saw its final RBC Heritage tournament this weekend and will be replaced by an 18,000-sq. ft., three-story building with an art gallery, restaurant, men’s and women’s locker rooms, and more. Scheduled to be complete by next year’s tournament, the new clubhouse is part of a larger effort to upgrade Sea Pines Resort’s aging facilities.
The $17 million Plantation Golf Club clubhouse at the Hilton Head Island, S.C., resort opened March 26 and features an expanded pro shop, 2,000-sq. ft. event space, and a separate building that houses a state-of-the-art golf learning center. Through the updates, the resort aims to bring the comfort of a private club to the public.