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Seaview to Reopen Following Upgrades
Seaview - A Dolce Resort, in Galloway, N.J., has completed a $1.4 million capital improvement project.
The Bay Course, home of the ShopRite LPGA Classic, and the Pines Course underwent a series of refinements during the off-season. Highlighting the renovations to Seaview's Bay Course is a complete bunker restoration project, complemented by re-turfed fescue mounds along the fairways and an improved drainage system on certain holes. The Pines Course at Seaview also benefited from a bunker restoration; a cart path upgrade; and the removal of select trees throughout the course, designed to open up the fairways.
In addition to the on-course project work, the resort's golf shop also received a facelift with new carpeting, fixtures and lighting, while the men's and women's locker rooms have also been refreshed with new wood lockers, carpeting, and showers.
"After the brutal winter in the Northeast, we are thrilled to reopen for the 2011 season, and showcase the new-look Seaview to golfers in the region," said Kevin DeDonato, Director of Golf, Seaview Golf Resort.
Located near Atlantic City, Seaview's historic resort is home to 36 holes of golf. The links-style Bay Course was designed by Donald Ross, while Pines, with its scenic parkland setting, showcases the Southern New Jersey's pine forest landscape. In 2008-09, the resort was honored with 4½ stars from Golf Digest.
The resort occupies over 670 wooded acres next to New Jersey Shore's Reed's Bay. It features 270 guestrooms, a spa and 27,000 square feet of meeting and event space. For more information, visit www.dolceseaview.com.