Bruce Borland Course
The Borland Par 3 Course at Colleton River is a hidden gem—every bit as lush as the Nicklaus Course and as precise as the Dye Course. Similar to Augusta National's Par 3, the course was designed by Bruce Borland, a golf course architect for Nicklaus Design, who died tragically in 1999 in an airplane accident that also took the life of PGA Hall of Famer Payne Stewart. This course was named in his honor.
With multiple tees, and holes ranging in distance from 64 yards to 123 yards from the back tees, this 9-hole walking course is ideal for improving your chipping and putting game. And with wooded areas, freshwater lagoons and native wildlife, it's also stunningly beautiful and a perfect complement to Colleton River's other truly exceptional courses—the challenging and playable Nicklaus Course or the links-style Dye Course.
The Bruce Borland Course is a fun yet challenging way to improve and perfect your short game—and also a great place for children and grandchildren to get introduced to the game of golf.