The Club at Savannah Harbor soon to have its turn in the spotlight
Crossing the magnificent Savannah River Bridge towards South Carolina, experienced drivers turn their gaze to the right. Looking east affords a glimpse of the leafy and flourishing downtown, while looking west provides a landscape of industrial blight. Another compelling reason to fix your eye on the east is the Club at Savannah Harbor, a sterling Bob Cupp and Sam Snead co-design located on a spit of land on the Savannah River called Hutchinson Island.
This commendable layout is part of the Savannah Harbor Resort, and Lowcountry visitors who want to avoid the hustle and bustle of downtown Savannah choose to stay on premises at the 403 room Westin hotel, which is one of the finest lodgings in the region. Presumably so will gentlemen like Hale Irwin, Tom Watson, Ben Crenshaw, Jay Haas and Fred Couples when they come to town in a few weeks. Savannah Harbor will once again play host to the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf later this month, a tournament that has played to rave reviews for years.
After Masters Week, the golf world will turn its attention to this verdant corner of the coast, with the PGA Tour’s RBC Heritage on Hilton Head April 12th—15th, and then the Liberty Mutual in nearby Savannah the 20th through 22nd. In the meantime, come on down and play one of the best resort golf courses in Georgia.
Visit www.theclubatsavannahharbor.com for more information.
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