Old Tabby Links profiled by Links magazine

Editors from Links magazine recently played the newly renovated Old Tabby Links golf course on the South Carolina Private Community of Spring Island and published a review.

Some key quotes from the article include:

“Following the multi-million-dollar renovation, the 7,135-yard course is more eco-friendly and natural-looking, too, not to mention more enjoyable and strategic.”

“Just as Seay experienced more than 20 years ago, the first impression upon entering Spring Island remains one of awe, thanks to a forward-thinking development plan and environmental stewardship that resulted in limiting the size of the community to 410 families with homes remaining mainly out of site.”

“But perhaps the biggest improvement is what you can’t see. A new, state-of-the-art irrigation system that has drastically improved course conditions, while also saving millions of gallons of water a year.”

“One thing that hasn’t changed is the terrific routing, through a live oak forest on the front and through former quail-hunting pastures on the first six holes of the back before a stunning conclusion along the marsh.”