Myrtle Beach course scheduled to reopen Sept. 15 after four-month project
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Myrtle Beach course scheduled to reopen Sept. 15 after four-month project

Restoring greens and improving bunkers focus of renovations at Grande Dunes Resort Course.

A comprehensive greens, bunkers and clubhouse renovation project at the Grande Dunes Resort Course in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is scheduled to be completed Sept. 15.

The four-month project began on May 16 and has been guided by architect John A. Harvey. As part of the effort, Harvey is overseeing the restoration of Grande Dunes’ greens to their original specifications, an effort that will reclaim nearly 40,000 square feet of putting surface. The greens will feature new TifEagle Bermudagrass surfaces.

Work on the bunkers, which includes coring out the floors and the installation of Capillary Concrete bunker liners, is also progressing on schedule.

The enhancements to the course will be matched by the overhaul of the Grande Dunes clubhouse, which is being renovated to include a new restaurant, greatly expanded outdoor seating and a larger pro shop.

“We are delighted with the progress in all three phases of the Grande Dunes renovation,” Founders Group International president Steve Mays said. “We allowed four months for the completion of the project, ensuring the course will be in spectacular condition from the moment we welcome players back. As we enter the homestretch and you see the grass growing on the greens and the work being done on the bunkers, it only heightens our anticipation. I can’t wait to play the course again, and hopefully the golfers who flock to the area this fall feel the same way.”

Grande Dunes opened in 2001 and features five holes that play along the Intracoastal Waterway. Roger Rulewich designed the course.