Sea Pines Resort-Sea Marsh
The best of the Lowcountry is showcased on the Sea Marsh Course. Meandering fairways alongside tidal marshes and through lush oak and price woods are the focal point of George Cobb's 1967 course, revitalized by Clyde Johnston in 1990. While length is not a factor and fairways are wide, the greens are well bunkered, requiring exacting approach shots. A visit to Hilton Head Island requires a round on the Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, which feature the signature 163-yard 13th hole, a picturesque par 3.
An assortment of well-bunkered greens requires good shot placement to score well and are generally sloped from back to front. This is not a very long course from the back tees, but is considered by locals as a good test of golf. This course was recently renovated, (1995), and reflects the excellent condition which characterized all Sea Pines golf facilities.
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