Ocean Course at the Sea Pines Resort

The Ocean Course at Sea Pines Resort is Hilton Head’s first golf course that was opened in 1960 and was rebuilt in 1995. This original George Cobb golf gem offers the 18-hole coastal golfing experience to enthusiasts of any skill level. During the intensive renovation of the entire golf course, Mark McCumber relived the glorious and memorable moments of the classics. From the longest tees, the course provides the 6,906 yards of play with the course rating of 72.8 and a slope rating 133.

Being one of South Carolina’s oldest courses, the Ocean Course at the Sea Pines Resort is all about challenges and nature’s finest. The layout features the strategically placed water hazards and bunkers, and while on play, golfers have their fair share of beautiful backdrops that overlook the Atlantic Ocean. Although the golf layout barely touches the ocean, holes number 15 and 16 provide a peek of the majestic ocean. To add up to the excitement, lagoons and marsh pools that perfectly blends with other hazards poses delightful challenges suitable enough even for the skilled and seasoned golfers. What has been dubbed as a classic golf course has now turned into an esteemed golf vacation destination that offers one of the finest golf encounters in whole of South Carolina.

At the Ocean Course at Sea Pines Resort, there is plenty of room even for the non-golfing guests. The artistic design of the golf course that was craftily incorporated to the area’s natural beauty provides the relaxing ambiance while on play. Tag along the entire family and make your dream golf trip a reality. There are golf vacation packages that will fit your preferences and budget. Book with golf vacation experts now and have the experience of a lifetime.

 

 

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