100, 150, 200 (and 250 on par fives) yardage plates on cart paths, sprinkler heads measured to front, middle and back of green, 150 yard plate in center of fairways on par fours and fives.
Pin placements on scorecards indicate daily hole location
The Heron Pines Course at Sea Pines Resort was renovated in 1997 by Pete Dye, and is one of the most challenging rounds on the island. The landing zones off the tee are usually generous, but golfers will be challenged by the small, undulating, raised green complexes that are well bunkered and require careful shot placement.
On property at the resort are 3 championship courses each facilitated by its own clubhouse with pro shop, plus restaurant/lounge. Full scale practice facilities at this property include a targeted grass range, short game area and putting green. Stay and play packages features many forms of accommodations, a variety of dining options and upscale amenities. For a pictorial review of this course, click on the review link near the top of this page. see our page for the resort on our Hilton head Golf resort section.
Take I-95 to Hwy 278. Travel east on 278 over bridge to Cross Island Parkway. Turn left and follow to roundabout at William Hilton Parkway. Take 3rd roundabout exit (Greenwood Dr.) to the Resort on the right.