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Video Ep. 14| Have Clubs Will Travel: Harbour Town Golf Links

Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood examines Harbour Town Golf Links in the latest Where To Golf Next video travel series episode. The South Carolina Lowcountry classic is considered one of course architect Pete Dye's finest works

Arnold Palmer charging from behind to win the inaugural Heritage Classic (now known as the RBC Heritage) in 1969 only solidified the Harbour Town Golf Links' young reputation. The Pete Dye-designed course — with an assist from Jack Nicklaus — has been heralded as a work of art for more than 50 years. The South Carolina Lowcountry gem is part of the Sea Pines Resort on Hilton Head Island and is universally recognized by the red-and-white-striped lighthouse standing beyond the 18th green. Host David Wood showcases Harbour Town in the latest episode of the Where To Golf Next video travel series.