Great Golf and Family Fun Abound at Hartsville Country Club

Hank Kerfoot - Thursday, September 05, 2013

Modern Turf’s MiniVerde installation makes a golf outing at Hartsville Country Club even better.


Great Golf and Family Fun Abound at Hartsville Country Club

If you are looking for a great round of golf in South Carolina, consider Hartsville Country Club. A Donald J. Ross-designed 18-hole championship golf course awaits you there with three sets of teeboxes, making for a fun but challenging golf experience.

If you’re also into spectating, Hartsville Country Club also plays host to several charity and professional tournaments throughout each year, including the South Carolina Junior Golf Association Players Championship and the Coker College Invitational Championship.

Modern Turf recently converted nine holes at Hartsville Country Club to MiniVerde Ultradwarf Bermudagrass. The new plush MiniVerde turf surface gives golfers increased putting consistency. With a firmer feel and faster putting surface, there is much excitement surrounding the conversion.

The club’s calendar is full of events for golfers of all skill levels, and they offer a fun and instructional summer golf camp for kids. There are plenty of opportunities to get out on the links and get to know the great people of the Hartsville community.

Hartsville Country Club is a semi-private, full-service country club, offering golf, tennis, swimming, and clubhouse facilities to its members and the public. The spacious clubhouse offers a full-service restaurant, which runs delicious daily specials, lunch buffets, and take-out Thursday dinners. Large facilities for wedding receptions, private parties, and corporate meetings and outings are also available.

Hartsville Country Club is a fantastic facility located in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina. Numerous membership levels are available with reasonable rates, and are tailored to your family size and interests.

For more information about our 2013 MiniVerde golf course installations, or to learn what’s involved in getting your course updated, just ask.

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