Legends Group Launches 5-Course Cart Path Restoration Project


Legends Golf Group, whose golf course portfolio of five championship designs includes The Heritage Club in Pawleys Island, Oyster Bay Golf Links in Sunset Beach, NC and the Moorland, Heathland and Parkland courses at Legends Golf Resort in Myrtle Beach, SC, has committed a substantial capital investment to launch a cart path renovation and restoration project at its properties, an effort that will greatly enhance the customer experience.

In July, work crews at Heritage began the process that includes the removal of select trees throughout the course whose root systems have impacted cart path flow. The trees in question will be removed from the property over the next two to three weeks, per Legends Golf Sales & Marketing Manager Bradley Vaughan. Those areas will then be re-graded and the cart path throughout the course re-paved in preparation for its busy fall golf season.

“Cart path renovation is always an ambitious task, and we’re eager to get a process underway that will create a higher-quality experience for our golfers,” said Vaughan. “Players will enjoy a much more comfortable ride throughout their round, see improved turf conditions around the tree removal areas, and experience first-hand the commitment we’re continuing to make to provide a premium product with each of our championship courses.” 

Upon completion of cart path restoration at The Heritage Club, the same scope and intent of work will then begin at the Moorland course at Legends Resort. Start dates for ensuing efforts at the Heathland and Parkland courses at Legends Resort and Oyster Bay, in succession, have yet to be determined.

Vaughan said Legends Golf Group intends to begin each course’s cart path renovations promptly upon completion of the preceding course’s work. Tee time access and availability will not be affected by this process.

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