Architect: Arnold Palmer Established: 1974
Private / 6,904 Yards / Par 72
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The first golf course at The Landings Club was opened in July of 1974 and was originally a design collaboration of Arnold Palmer and Frank Duane. In 2003, course architect Tim Liddy helped redesign the course by rebuilding the greens, tees, and bunkers, as well as updating the drainage and irrigation systems and installing new concrete cart paths. Weaving around and through the oak and pine trees of the northeastern end of Skidaway Island and offering some spectacular views of Romerly Marsh, Marshwood is noted as being one of our tightest courses. The 12th, a par three facing Romerly Marsh and Wassaw Sound, is perhaps the most scenic at The Landings.