Sea Trail – Rees Jones Course

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Sea Trail – Rees Jones Course

75 A Clubhouse Dr · Sunset Beach NC, 28468

Many of us would probably like to forget the styles of the early '90s, but at least one thing born in this bizarre era has stood the test of time – the Jones Course at Sea Trail Resort. Rees Jones designed this layout with fairways wider than your favorite pair of flared jeans. Come see why many golfers would be content to spend an entire vacation on this cornerstone course.

Course Highlights

  • A straightforward layout featuring generous, mounded fairways bordered by scenic lakes and towering trees
  • Water comes into play on 11 of this par 72 course's holes.
  • This spectacular course measures 6,761 yards from the blue tees; 6,334 yards from the white tees; 5,716 from the gold tees; and 4,912 yards from the red tees.

Course Details

Yardage/Distance

Slope Rating

Course Rating

73.1
71,4
68
69.3
Location: North
Designer: Rees Jones
Rating: 72.4
Slope: 132
Distance: 6,761 from the Championship tees

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