Southern Living named Isle of Palms as one of “The South’s Best Beach Towns of 2019,” listing Wild Dunes Resort as a preferred resort of choice. In addition, the resort’s Links Course was named among the 32 “Top Courses You Can Play” by the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel for 2018-2019. Finally, Wild Dunes Resort was awarded the 2019 Expert’s Choice Award by TripExpert.
“We are so honored to have been selected for these three distinguished awards, and so proud of the continued efforts of our entire resort team,” Frank Fredericks, managing director at Wild Dunes Resort, said. “We are more excited than ever to be able to share our unique resort with families, couples, friends and golf lovers alike.”
The Southern Living award lists the resort’s four diamond-rated Boardwalk Inn, the Village, and its condos and vacation rentals as the place for visitors to make their “vacation hub.” The resort’s two Tom Fazio-designed golf courses were also mentioned, along with a variety of Lowcountry adventure activities and its Coastal Provisions restaurant.
The South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel, made up of about 100 media, golf businesses and avid members, named Wild Dunes Resort’s Links Course among the 32 “Top Courses You Can Play” for 2018-2019. Home to rustling palms lining lush, rolling fairways, and a finishing hole overlooking the glistening Atlantic Ocean, the Links Course is South Carolina golf at its finest.
Finally, TripExpert awarded Wild Dunes Resort the 2019 Experts’ Choice Award. This distinction, now in its fourth year, recognizes endorsements by leading publications, such as travel guides, magazines and newspapers. More than 1.5 million reviews were considered in determining the winners of the 2019 awards, with fewer than 2 percent of hotels worldwide becoming recipients.
For more information on Wild Dunes Resort, or to book a getaway, visit www.wilddunes.com or call 855-264-4232.
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