The Lodge at Sea Island Introduces New Cottages, Putting Course

The Lodge at Sea Island debuted six new guest cottages, an 18-hole putting course and more as part of a larger property-wide renovation project. The Georgia-based annual host of the RSM Classic, Sea Island is known for its collection of golf amenities that include two full 18-hole golf courses and a large Golf Performance Center.

The six new guest cottages have been built on the western side of The Lodge, within view of the Atlantic Ocean. Intended for golf groups, corporate groups, couples and multigenerational families, the new cottages add 14 new bedrooms to the property’s collection and include five two-bedrooms options and one four-bedroom building.

Additionally, Love Golf Design crafted a new 18-hole Driftwood putting course this past summer. This month, the same golf architecture firm will begin redesigning the property’s Plantation Course. Early next year, Sea Island will unveil an all-new 17,000 square-foot replacement for its existing Golf Performance Center. The facility will house six instruction and club fitting bays, a putting studio, a full-service golf club workshop, a fitness center with locker rooms and more.

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All these changes are part of Sea Island’s $25 million enhancement program. Work on these changes began in December 2017 and debuted last month during the RSM Classic, an official PGA Tour event. The renovations also recently introduced a new oceanfront pool and pool house that reflect the style of the main lodge. Other changes include the addition of three new guest rooms at The Lodge’s central building and the expansion of the Trophy Room, a special event space celebrating the property’s history.

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