Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Travel Blogs from Kiawah Island
... comfort factor here? RORY McILROY: Not particularly. The Ocean Course here at Kiawah plays so much different to any links course back home, just because the type of grass it is and the conditions we had this week. Obviously if it was firm, it would have been a completely different test. But because it was so soft and different grass, paspalum greens, the whole thing just played a little differently.
... Once there, we visit the huge PGA shop for souvenirs, get up close to the players at the driving range and practice green (thanks to our media passes), then head out to the course. The Ocean Course is extremely long. We have trekked the 18 holes and experienced the sand and the sea salt spray on our faces and finished the day totally exhausted. ...
Phew! What an incredible journey this has been with the students, and we haven't even left yet! Mme Van Dyck and Mme Decker have spent the winter and spring meeting with all ten voyageuses in preparation for the summer experience. ...
... cloudy with possible rain during the night but should be nice tomorrow. To the north there are hail and tornado warnings overnight. Tomorrow we go into Charleston and will likely do a walking tour. We will be staying tomorrow night at this location and then will decide which direction we will be heading - likely north. ...
... in a signature massage at the Sanctuary Spa. The spa is lovely, though not as large as some I've experienced and perhaps lacking a tad in the amenity department (no curling or flat irons in the dressing area, somewhat cramped locker area, no attendants checked on me in the relaxation room). No matter though -- the signature massage was just what I needed! I went for the 90 minute version and am so glad I did; it ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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