Spring Island Golf House

 
                Spring Island, South Carolina
                  
   
   

 

The Spring Island Golf House is located on a beautiful course designed by Arnold Palmer.  The Golf house enjoys panoramic views of the Chechessee Marsh and a visual link to the historic tabby ruins of Spring Island.  The main building houses the restaurant, bar, and locker rooms.  Patios and covered porches off the restaurant overlook the 18th green and marsh beyond and a terraced lawn provides a beautiful space for large, outdoor gatherings.  The Pro Shop is connected to the main building by walks.  Extensive landscaping softens the buildings allowing them to become part of the natural landscape.  A grove of planted oaks anchors the Golf House to the site and surrounding natural landscape.  The parking for the Golf House was designed to fit within the planted oak trees while cart parking is nestled under existing oak trees to the rear of the Pro Shop.  This location screens it from not only the building entrance but also the restaurant and patios.  The cart barn, located across the parking lot from the building is heavily screened and is virtually invisible from the Golf House.  Native planting and unpaved drives also help blend the built to the natural environments.  The design of the Spring Island Golf House reinforces the character of the original master plan and the theme of "Nature Park".

 

   
   
                     
       
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