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Lowcountry South Carolina offers all manner of allure for the extended weekend vacationer. And there are few finer options than Hilton Head Island’s renowned Sea Pines Resort for the ultimate sun and fun retreat. Long heralded for its genteel accommodations, casually elegant low-country inspired dining, a tennis program headed up by legend Stan Smith, and some of the most scenic and challenging golf in the southeast; Sea Pines is an easy four-hour drive from Charlotte.
The regional crown jewel collects awards like Cam Newton picks up footballs. Last year they were recognized by Forbes Travel with a Four Star rating and are a perennial AAA Four Diamond award winner. Yet the host to the annual PGA RBC Heritage Classic Golf Tournament takes its hospitality to a new level with two impressive additions to their property this year. Opening just in time for the 2015 golf tournament in April, the newly constructed 26,000 square foot clubhouse at the Harbour Town Golf Links is perched off the first tee and easy walking distancefrom the resort’s signature accommodations, the Inn at Harbour Town. The expansive terraces and covered porches offer stunning course views and the perfect spot to enjoy a post round libation or a lazy afternoon lunch.