After much anticipation, The Sea Pines Resort unveiled the Plantation Golf Club as the first project in its ongoing wave of redevelopment.
The new facility, serving Heron Point by Pete Dye and Ocean Course, provides a glimpse into Sea Pines' rich history, while providing every modern, first-class finish you would expect in a golf clubhouse of its caliber.
"The Plantation Golf Club is nothing less than exceptional and will definitely resonate with guests," said Steve Birdwell, President of The Sea Pines Resort. "We proudly welcome everyone to enjoy the new clubhouse as it reflects our commitment to providing first-class facilities."
The design implemented on both the exterior and interior of the clubhouse includes high-end finishes and incredible attention to detail. The interior features grass cloth wallcoverings, wainscoting, and tray ceilings, as well as custom cabinetry and millwork.
Historical photographs have been incorporated into the décor, as well as the Savannah gray brick that was previously found on the exterior of the former Plantation Club.
The prominent moss-draped oak at the entrance of the clubhouse provides a fitting welcome as guests and diners find their way into Live Oak, a fresh culinary experience featuring a Lowcountry-inspired menu.
In addition to the restaurant, the clubhouse includes an expansive pro shop, spacious locker rooms, and 2,000-square-feet of meeting and event space. The event space, named The Magnolia Room, offers a warm and inviting area for weddings and events.
Opening alongside the clubhouse is the Golf Learning Center at The Sea Pines Resort. The 2,400-square-foot building features two hitting bays, a club repair work room, a viewing studio, indoor putting areas and a separate teeing ground for instruction only. The top-of-the-line facility features the latest in technology and a learning environment geared entirely towards golf instruction.