Heron Point at Sea Pines Resort Review


October 29th, 2008 12:37

Reviewer

First Name Tim
Last Name McDonald
Handicap 10

Course Review and Comments

Used to be known as Sea Marsh.

Sea Marsh was always known as a scenic layout, but was generally considered the least of the resort’s three courses.

What emerged after Dye and his bulldozers drove away is Heron Point, the course’s new name, and it has Dye’s trademark fingerprints all over it. Great for those of you who like Dye and not so great for those of you who don’t.

If you like Dye and you like to have the imagination in your short game tested, you will love the new course.

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Date course was played Tuesday 13th of February 2007
Price paid for golf 0
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Play Again Yes
Recommend Yes

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