Wild Dunes – Harbor Course

If there is one word that best describes the Wild Dunes – Harbor Course, it would be all about CHALLENGE. This amazing golf escape has all sorts of surprises in its every corner that provides the fairest test in golfing skills even to the world’s highly skilled golfers. The 18-hole course that make up half of the 36-hole course of Wild Dunes Resort (the other being the Wild Dunes – Links Course) was designed by Tom Fazio early in his career and still is one of his favorite designs. The natural components of this course that has proved a great challenge to Fazio during construction are still the same factors that make this golf vacation destination in South Carolina one of the most challenging courses ever.

As its name implies, the Wild Dunes – Harbor Course is bounded by water on almost all sides. The layout of this golf trip destination was carved out of lagoons and salt marshes and what is now known in the East Coast as the “longest water hazard in the world”: the South Carolina Intracoastal Waterway. It challenged the designer, and it continues to challenge the shot-making skills and the strategies of the golfers.

The Wild Dunes – Harbor Course is a 6,359 yards of par-70 golf course goodness to complete the perfect South Carolina golf vacation package. Its location treats the players to views of golden dunes, marshes and crashing waves. The scenery and the impending challenge in every hole of the Harbor Course is perhaps what Golf Magazine has seen in the course when it named Harbor Course as one of the Best in the State. Arrange with golf vacation experts now and make your dream golf vacation a lifetime experience that is worth remembering.

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