PGA Tour course hit by storm in South Carolina to reopen

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) Harbour Town Golf Links, site of the PGA Tour's RBC Heritage, will reopen next month after its brush with Hurricane Matthew two weeks ago.

Officials at The Sea Pines Resort say crews are working to get Harbour Town and two other of its golf courses back up and running. The storm knocked down some trees, but did minimal damage to Harbour Town or its playing surfaces. The course's clubhouse and its Inn & Club Harbour Town hotel alongside the architect Pete Dye's layout have resumed business.

The resort officials say the RBC Heritage, scheduled for April, won't be affected by the storm. The tournament is scheduled for Harbour Town through 2023.

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