Jack Nicklaus discusses potential changes to Turtle Point to resort president, Roger Warren and reps. of Nicklaus Design and superintendent Steve Agazzi
Under the consultation of course designer, Jack Nicklaus, Turtle Point is undergoing a top-to-bottom renovation. While not much is changing the fairways on the course other than bunkering, all of the green complexes have have substantially changed. Additionally, all new irrigation is being installed on the course. The yardage of the course will remain close to what it was but more teeing area are being added to give more options on course set-up.
Plus, property lines are being cleared making the course look substantially larger and more open.
All of the greens have been sprigged and growing in well. Some of the fairways have been sprigged. The rest will be sprigged soon. Read More
Co-written by Nelson Billington and Jim Hurson
Only an hour outside of Charleston, SC, the Sanctuary at Kiawah Island offers the best in golf, food, and lodging. For those interested in the amenities of a luxury property, the Sanctuary at Kiawah is a fine place to enjoy a short weekend trip or a longer family getaway. Whether your stay is brief or long, there is much to enjoy at Kiawah—from any five of the PGA golf courses to three hotel restaurants to the opportunity to take out a loaner car from Mercedes, Kiawah is rife with opportunities for travel enjoyment.
GOLF Magazine recently named the 10 best resorts for tennis loving golfers and, needless to say, Kiawah Island Golf Resort ranked high. Below is a link to the article.
http://www.golf.com/golf-gold/10-best-resorts-tennis-loving-golfers Read More
Matt Ginella, travel editor at The Golf Channel, recently came out with his list of the top 10 buddies trip destinations in the U.S. that included Kiawah Island Golf Resort. He also named The Ryder Cup Bar in The Ocean Course clubhouse as the best 19th hole in Golf. Here’s what he had to say: