MYRTLE BEACH – Grande Dunes Resort Course reopens September 15 following a comprehensive greens, bunkers and clubhouse renovation project.

Architect John A. Harvey was tapped to lead the four-month effort, which will ensure Grande Dunes maintains its spot among the best public layouts in golf-rich South Carolina.

● At the heart of the work was the installation of new TifEagle ultradwarf bermudagrass greens and the restoration of the course’s putting surfaces to their original size.

● The bunkers at Grande Dunes also had their original shape and contours restored, significantly improving their visual appeal.

● Additionally, the installation of new Capillary Concrete bunker liners guarantees the conditioning and playability of the bunkers will be significantly improved.

● Grande Dunes collectively expanded its fairways be eight acres, giving players few excuses to miss some of Myrtle Beach’s largest fairways.

● The improvements to the course are complemented by the overhaul of the Grande Dunes clubhouse, which now includes a new restaurant, dramatically expanded outdoor seating, and a larger pro shop.

Grande Dunes, which opened in 2001, has been ranked among America’s top 100 public courses and has long been regarded as one Myrtle Beach’s premier layouts.

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