Sea Marsh at Sea Pines Resort Review

December 11th, 2007 08:06


First Name Dave
Last Name Kurtz
Handicap 26

Course Review and Comments

The course is now called Heron Point after being totally redesigned by Pete Dye. Very challenging w/several different tees to give all handicappers equal footing.

Course has gone back to basics, no GPS, 150 yard poles etc. While I understand prices to play will be "pricey", it is worth the money to play this new course.


Date course was played Saturday 10th of November 2007
Price paid for golf 0
Price comments As a homeowner I was given a pass as compensation for the mess created during reconstruction of the course
Course Design Rating
Course Design Comments New Pete Dye design, small greens protected w/bunkers and uneven lies.
Fairways w/"Links" type mounds.
Course Greens/Fairways Condition Rating
Course Greens/Fairways Condition Comments The new course was less than 3 months old, so the fairways and rough were in excellent condition. That said, the greens have not matured thus it was impossible to land a ball and have it stay on the green
Course Service Rating
Course Service Comments
Course Facilities Rating
Course Facilities Comments
Course Overall Rating
Play Again Yes
Recommend Yes

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