They tabbed architect Tom Jackson to design a nine-hole course over approximately 53 acres of land. At the time, there were no plans for a second nine holes.
With the boom in golf's popularity throughout the 1970s, it was apparent that nine holes would not supply enough tee times for the club's growing membership.
Designed and developed by long-time course superintendent Ernie Hayes, the back nine was sculpted into a tighter and more dramatic 23 acres.
Replacing the small, original structure built by Carolina Caribbean Corporation, the Golf House opens its doors, complete with a fully stocked golf pro shop.