Heron Point GC – Sea Pines Resort

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Heron Point GC – Sea Pines Resort

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    The result of a $10 million investment scheme, Heron Point can now stand side by side with the famed links at Harbour Town, and is attracting huge numbers of avid golf holiday makers. The fairways and greens have been reworked, while a fine array of new grasses have been subtly introduced to add both beauty and variety. Under the auspices of the world renowned Pete Dye, Heron Point will surely go from strength to strength in coming years, so now is the time to take advantage of Hilton Head Island's latest gem.

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    Heron Point GC – Sea Pines Resort

    STATS

    Men’s par: 71

    Women’s par: 70

    Designer: Pete Dye

    Opened for play:1961, redesigned in 2007.

    TEES

    Gold: 6,481 yards 

    Blue: 6,471 yards 

    White: 6,075 yards 

    Green: 5,523 yards 

    Red: 5,040 yards 

    Harbour Town Links is not the only course to have Pete Dye’s famous name attached to it. Heron Point was designed with the idea of giving golfers of all handicaps a challenge, it has 7 sets of tees and both fairways that run towards and away from hazards making you think about the placement of your shot therefore, not always favouring length off the tee. The main changes to the course were in the fairways, with them being reshaped into different angles meaning that the course now contains a number of doglegs which puts an emphasis on positional play. One of the hardest holes on the course is the short par 3, 13th. Measuring in at just a 157 yards a longer hitter would be feeling fairly comfortable with a short iron in their hand. However, skirting the entire left hand side of the hole is water and with rough to right, the green certainly looks small from the tee box.

    Features

    • Golf Buggies
    • Driving Range
    • Pro Shop
    • Putting Greens
    • Practice Area
    • Golf Club Hire
    • Club House
    • Championship Standard Course