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Seaside Course - Sea Island Golf Club, Saint Simons Island, Georgia
The RSM Classic is an annual event on the PGA Tour which takes place at Sea Island Golf Club in Georgia. Usually taking place in November each year, the tournament comes early in the golfing calendar and is hugely popular amongst fans and players.
The tournament is hosted by Davis Love III and supports his charity, the Davis Love Foundation, and has raised millions of dollars since its inception in 2010.
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The RSM Classic, which was actually named the McGladrey Classic up until 2015, has been a regular on the PGA Tour since 2010. Set up by Davis Love and Zach Johnson, the tournament is hosted on both the Seaside and Plantation Course at the majestic Sea Island Golf Club.
Former champions have included some breakthrough stars of that golfing year with Austin Cook winning his first tour event in 2017 and Kevin Kisner, a now regular near the top of the leaderboards winning their in 2016.
With a magnificent Pro-Am, a star-studded field, brilliant hospitality and a faultless venue, the RSM Classic is a brilliant event to attend for every golf fan.
2018 Winner: Charles Howell III (-19, $1,152,000 Prize Money)
Lowest 72 Hole Score: -22 (Kevin Kisner, 2015)
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Set on the coast and boasting easy access from both Jacksonville and Savannah airports, the located of Sea Island Resort is simply perfect.
The RSM Classic is contested on both of the premier attractions at Sea Island, uniquely testing players on two contrasting courses. The Seaside Course naturally plays along the Atlantic Ocean and is quite simply one of America’s most beautiful golf courses while also being a great test to all golfers.
The Plantation Course at Sea Island is a great balancing act to the coastal layout of the Seaside Course, playing through towering trees and featuring winding creeks throughout.
With a set up which combines these two courses, it should be no surprise when you see incredible dramatic and exciting golf at the RSM Classic.
Course: Seaside Course
Yardage: 6,657 Yards
Designed by: Harry S. Colt
Weather for the RSM Classic
The month of November is a fantastic time to visit Georgia, which is approaching the end of the warmest half of the year. The average temperature in Georgia is 14 C, with potential highs of 18 C, definitely warm enough to get the shorts on.
The closest airport to Sea Island is Jacksonville International Airport which is 1 hour away. A taxi from the airport to East Lake will cost around $140. There are daily flights to Jacksonville from London flying with either Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, American Airlines or Delta Airlines.
The Oconee course is the latest addition to the courses at Reynolds Lake Oconee Resort. Rees Jones, the architect responsible for many U.S. Open venue revisions, is the man who designed the layout creating a great risk and reward setting.
The layout has proved to be an instant hit, comprising of fantastic short holes that require subtle approaches and long holes with demanding drives.
The Seaside is one of three courses at Sea Island which is ranked among the Golf Digest's list of North America's Top 75 golf resorts.
Harry S. Colt, with the help of a Tom Fazio refresh, has created a visually stunning layout with lush green fairways carving through a landscape of perfect white sand dotted with mounds of wild rough.
Designed by the great Golden Bear himself, the fine layout of Great Waters has come to be considered by many as second only to Augusta National in the state of Georgia.
Nicklaus has created a golf course of very different halves with a front nine that winds through colossal evergreens emerging to a back nine that hugs the shoreline of the enchanting Lake Oconee.
The Landing was the first course integrated into Georgia's most luxurious golfing community, Reynolds Lake Oconee, which covers over 350 miles of lakefront between Atlanta and Augusta.
Measuring over 7000 yards the course provides a championship test to golfers. Undulating fairways accompanied by long wispy rough and the odd water hazard add excitement and enjoyment by the bucket load.