The Sea Pines Resort Announces Fall Reopening for Harbour Town Golf Links

The Sea Pines Resort Announces Fall Reopening for Harbour Town Golf Links
The Pete Dye-designed masterpiece was closed in early May just after Jim Furyk won the RBC Heritage for the second time. The tee-boxes, fairways and rough have been replaced with Celebration Bermuda grass, the most scientifically-advanced surface used on warm season courses.

Harbour Town's greens were re-grassed with Tif-Eagle Bermuda, the same turf used on the putting surfaces since 2001. A new irrigation system was also installed with the most advanced technology in water management and control.

MacCurrach Golf Construction – which worked with Dye during the 2001 restoration of Harbour Town – managed the project. The firm also handled last year's reconstruction work on the resort's Heron Point layout under Dye's supervision.

“The enhancements to Harbour Town Golf Links will improve the year-round conditioning and playability of the course,” says Cary Corbitt, Vice President of Sports & Operations. “The stewardship of Pete Dye's seminal design is important to us as we welcome our guests, members and PGA TOUR players to enjoy one of the world's most famous courses for many years to come.”

Visitors to The Sea Pines Resort will also discover the new Harbour Town Clubhouse which opened in March. The 55,000-square-foot multi-use structure features a comfortable living room lounge, Links – a first-class American grill with indoor / outdoor seating and sweeping golf course views, signature pro shop and retail display, wrap-around terraces with covered porches, state-of-the-art 4,000-square-foot locker room, and the Heritage Room – an elegant 2,200-square-foot banquet and event room on the top floor.

For more information about the resort and its wide-variety of golf packages:, 866.561.8802.