Sea Trail - Jones

211 Clubhouse Road, Sunset Beach, North Carolina 28468 (888) 321-9076

Description

About Sea Trail - Jones

Just over the border in North Carolina is the Rees Jones Golf Course at Sea Trail Golf Resort. The course offers a straightforward layout surrounded by sparkling lakes and trees. Water comes into play on 11 of the 18 holes on the championship course. The course was opened in 1990 and offers a wonderful golf experience for beginners to advanced players.

Rating
3.00
Reviews

Player Ratings

Overall rating based on 3 reviews. Showing last 20 player reviews from Myrtle Beach Golf:
Rating
3.00
  • Tees:
    3
  • Greens:
    3
  • Fairways:
    3
  • Pro shop:
    3
  • Grill:
    3
  • Staff:
    3

"Was unsure about playing here when our group booked Sea Trails as part of our golf package. Read online of the issues the courses have had after going through bankruptcy, however, our group was surprised at how challenging the Jones course is. The course was wet but that was to be expected due to the rain the previous day, however it was well maintained from tee to green. The course had some challenging and scenic holes to include one hole that had 6 alligators on it...Most members of our group agreed that for the price the course offers a reasonably priced 18 holes that can be fun and challenging."
OVERALL SCORE: 4
  • Tees:
    4
  • Greens:
    4
  • Fairways:
    4
  • Pro shop:
    4
  • Grill:
    3
  • Staff:
    4

"Played here 10+ years ago. Was looking late for an early tee time and they had 710. I was twosome and finished by 1030 with cart path only. Course is in real bad shape. Great layout but just a bad track. Play Farmstead, Thistle, Crow Creek, Sandpiper, tigers eye, Rivers Edge. Place is just in horrific shape all around. Staff was fine. "
OVERALL SCORE: 2
  • Tees:
    1
  • Greens:
    1
  • Fairways:
    1
  • Pro shop:
    3
  • Grill:
    3
  • Staff:
    2

"It was nice to play the Jones Course at Sea Trails after not playing any of the 3 courses in a few years. Some tees were a little rough and the greens were slow. They putted fine, just rolled slow compared to the other courses our group played. We used to play Sea Trails quite a bit and their greens were typically excellent. Overall, it's still a nice course design and our group enjoyed playing it again."
OVERALL SCORE: 3
  • Tees:
    3
  • Greens:
    3
  • Fairways:
    4
  • Pro shop:
    3
  • Grill:
    3
  • Staff:
    3
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