|Transforming Kiawah Island Golf Resort's Amenities|
The coastal island resort known for great golf courses and spectacular beaches chose March of 2018 to announce milestones regarding both conservation and development. The Kiawah Conservancy and Kiawah Partners just completed protection of the extensive marsh system of 1,850-acres between the Kiawah River and Kiawah Island. The Kiawah Island Golf Resort announced plans to build a new beachfront hotel, one with deeper porches and a more relaxed feel that suits the Lowcountry.
|Golf Resort President Roger Warren was in high demand|
The new Kiawah 2.0 development plans were announced at the Sanctuary Hotel, during a special media event organized by Golf Resort public relations director Bryan Hunter. In attendance were the architects, engineers, general contractors and interior designers that are ready to begin what will be a transformation process ahead of the 2021 PGA Championship golf tournament at the Ocean Course. The wide-ranging plans include two four-bedroom cottages on the Ocean Course, which are sure to be in high demand.
|Golf Resort PR Director Bryan Hunter is on point|
The President of Kiawah Island Golf Resort, Roger Warren, spoke to the crowd about each of the building projects that are to be completed simultaneously. “We are talking about adding beautiful buildings here at Kiawah, but the mission is still to provide great service to our guests,” said Warren. “While we are proud of Cougar Point golf course, we see the need for improved facilities so Kiawah 2.0 includes a brand new clubhouse for Cougar Point. The clubhouse will become just a part of a new cluster of amenities including a new waterfront hotel with ocean view restaurants and a convention center, all connected by a boardwalk to enhance the public experience.”
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|Most recent tract of Kiawah marsh protected forever|