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.
75 A Clubhouse Dr, Sunset Beach, NC, 28468
Dan Maples’ North Strand counterpart to his Pawleys Island handiwork at Willbrook Plantation brings the scenic Calabash Creek, magnificent live oaks and large Carolina pines prominently into play. Join us on a video and hole-by-hole photo tour of the Maples Course at Sea Trail Golf Club in beautiful Sunset Beach, N.C.Read More
A product of Rees Jones’ hall of fame architecture career, the Jones Course at Sea Trail offers a magnificent design that beautifully embraces Carolina’s natural allure. Join us for a dynamic video and hole-by-hole photo tour of this popular North Strand design.Read More
The Open Doctor, as architect Rees Jones is known for his renovation work on U.S. Open courses, came to Brunswick County, North Carolina in the late 1980s, and the result was a design that remains one of the North Strand’s enduring layouts.Read More
Myrtle Beach golf courses typically use the summer the months to make capital improvements, and that is certainly the case this year. On the heels of a challenging winter, nine area layouts are installing new greens and numerous others are making upgrades, ensuring pristine conditions when traveling golfers flock to the game’s most popular destination this fall.Read More
The Open Championship last week, the Calabash Cup this week! The inaugural Calabash Cup will bare no resemblance to game’s oldest championship, but for the two-man teams making the trek to Myrtle Beach for the 54-hole event, it’s a coveted opportunity to compete against players from across the country.Read More
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