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Sea Trail Jones
Opened in the spring of 1990, the Rees Jones Golf Course at Sea Trail Resort and Golf Links quickly became a favorite of both locals and visitors alike. Best described as a target course, Jones used all the tricks in the book to protect the greens with many pot bunkers and large waste areas among the favorites. A classic Jones design, the wide and considerably mounded fairways are surrounded by water that comes into play on 11 of the 18 holes and lots of sand. The devilish back to back par 5's on 8 and 9 can play havoc with your game if you're not careful. Both holes are dog-legs and both provide a great chance of finding water. A natural look was achieved with indigenous grasses and wildlife foliage. A wonderfully challenging course, this will quickly become one of your favorites also.
A par 72 measuring 6761 yards from the Championship tees, this course has a slope of 135, a course rating of 73.1 rating and Bentgrass greens. The Jones course was also rated 4**** stars by Golf Digest and Golfweek awarded it "Best Resort Course of Distinction" in 2005. A taste of Jones genius waits for you with a round on this gem.
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