The original clubhouse was razed after the 2014 RBC Heritage tournament. Built on the site of the old clubhouse but with a larger footprint and tied into the former Harbour Town Conference Center, the 26,000-square-foot structure features a restaurant and bar, expanded pro shop, spacious men’s and women’s locker rooms and a “monumental” staircase.
Built in 2015, the Clubhouse was a major player in restoring the ‘wow’ factor of Harbour Town.
Executive chef Michael Remey, a Sea Pines veteran, oversees menus for Links as well as Live Oak, Sea Pines’ new restaurant at the nearby Plantation Club, which has been ranked No. 2 by TripAdvisor, as well as Coast, the Sea Pines Beach Club’s restaurant.
A short walk through a living room with fireplace and a private dining area for Links’ overflow brings visitors to the pro shop. A golf entrance on the clubhouse’s north side accesses the pro shop from the bag drop area below.
Ascending the main staircase, visitors will see a ballroom with seating for 100 to be used for wedding receptions and other events. Most of the second floor is occupied by the 4,000-square-foot men’s locker room featuring hardwood lockers, showers and sauna, as well as a players’ lounge overlooking Harbour Town’s putting green.
Also on the second floor is the women’s locker room, featuring stylish amenities and sharing a separate stairway from the first floor. Finishing clubhouse touches include copper downspouts and roof as well as porches spanning both the front and back of the clubhouse with views of the first and 10th tees and ninth green.
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