Heron Point at the Sea Pines Resort

The Heron Point is a Pete Dye golf gem that perfectly lies on South Carolina’s natural vast lands. This startling golf vacation destination is being highlighted by fairways with shifting elevations and dramatic angles, appealing surfaces that include a mixture of limestone, sand, and mulch, and the diverse grass features that make the layout very stunning. And being considered as Hilton Head’s second golf course, the Heron Point has already lived up with its celebrated reputation. What was once known as the Sea Marsh Course at the Sea Pines Resort has now been dubbed as the popular Heron Point at the Sea Pines Resort.

 

What makes the Heron Point quite different from the rest of the Carolina golf courses is that it was built on a flat land. And with ingenuity, the Heron point at the Sea Pines Resort came to existence. While on play, golfers will bump into plenty of water hazards that are evident on most of the holes as well as the tree-lined fairways that feature sharp angles. And to add up to the excitement, players have to make it through the surprising amount of undulation. Elevation changes and the movement of the greens are some of the challenging things that golfers must look forward to in order to beat the fairest ordeal in golf.

 

For the non-golfing guests, the Heron Point at the Sea Pines Resort would serve as a retreat away from the busy world. The wonderful blend of nature’s finest beauty and man’s creativity manifested in this ideal golf vacation escape has served as the convincing factors that would make guests stay longer and come back for more. Arrange with golf vacation experts now and head your way to Heron Point where pleasure and relaxation comes together.

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