Heron Point is a classic Pete Dye design in every sense of the word. Intimidating sight lines, lots of bulkhead hazards, white sand bunkers, and mounding throughout.
There’s also a lot of risk and reward. That’s just how Dye likes it. If you hit a great shot, you’ll be rewarded. Should you miss, expect to pay dearly.
Most Dye courses are intimidating for the average player. Heron Point is no exception. The good news is that there are seven sets of tees to choose from. No matter your handicap, you can play this golf course.
For stay and play options, it doesn’t get any better than Sea Pines Resort which this course is a part of.