Harbour Town Golf Links to Reopen in November

Harbour Town Golf Links to Reopen in November
Harbour Town Golf Links, Heron Point by Pete Dye and new Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III sustained minimal damage from Hurricane Matthew and are expected to be back to championship caliber when they begin welcoming golfers next month.

“Our golf maintenance crew is doing an amazing job getting our three layouts back to pristine shape,” says Cary Corbitt, Vice President of Sports and Operations. “Our goal is to have golfers teeing it up and enjoying the golf courses next month.”

The 2017 RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing will be hosted at Harbour Town Golf Links in April as planned. South Carolina's only PGA TOUR event, the tournament is scheduled to be played at Harbour Town through 2023.

Harbour Town Clubhouse, Plantation Golf Club and the Golf Learning Center are all fully operational. Links, an American Grill at the Harbour Town Clubhouse, and Coast, oceanfront dining at the Beach Club, are also open and welcoming guests.

“Due to the immense and tireless efforts of our incredible cleanup crews, members of the community as well as The Sea Pines Resort team, we resumed operations Oct. 14,” says Steve Birdwell, President. “Our hearts go out to those up and down the Atlantic seaboard who were impacted by the storm.”

The resort's acclaimed Inn & Club at Harbour Town boutique hotel and Sea Pines Beach Club have resumed business as usual. Additionally, 95% of the 400 rental homes and villas offered for guest accommodations were untouched and are vacation ready.

For more information: www.seapines.com, 866.561.8802.