Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort

Finesse, imagination, and shot-making is what every golfer needs when playing at the Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort. A known golf course of the legends, this amazing 18-hole layout offers the ultimate test in golf for almost any skill level. And being considered as one of PGA’s distinguished golf courses, Harbour Town offers the unique collection of some of the world’s finest Par-3s and a Par-4 18th which was considered as among the most feared in golf. And when the wind blows off the Calibogue Sound, expect challenging things to happen while on play.

Designed by the famed Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye, the Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort has also become consistent in its rankings as among the world’s best. Being home to the PGA’s Classic Heritage golf tournament, the layout is all about the perfect blend of challenge and beauty. The course was incorporated with various elements including some of the country’s smallest greens that compel golfers to take on more strategy and accuracy. Aside from the challenging Par 3s, the layout is also being highlighted by a candy-cane striped lighthouse. Palmer, Norman, Nicklaus, and Love III are some of the legends that played at this stunning golf vacation destination.

Since inception way back in 1970, the Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort has been attracting not just the golf enthusiasts, but reputable golf and travel publications as well. The course was rated #1 in the South Carolina state as cited by Golf Magazine. In 2007, Harbour Town was cited as Golf Digest’s “15th Best Public Course in the Country”. What makes this golf vacation escape exciting is that guests can play golf all year round. Each year, expected number of guests can reach up to 38,000. When opting for a vacation escape where golf and relaxation comes together, consider booking with golf vacation experts.


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