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Social Distance the Seabrook Way

Posted 03/31/2020

At Seabrook Island, we believe it is of the utmost importance to keep our islanders safe and healthy. The Seabrook Island Club is taking necessary safety precautions and carefully monitoring social distancing as we work through the COVID-19 pandemic as a community. But while we are apart, we are not isolated. Our community members are fortunate to be able to safely enjoy the serenity and natural beauty Seabrook Island has to offer in various capacities that comply with the social distancing regulations in place.

The following activities are still available for our community members as we follow social distance guidelines and stay up to date recommendations from the appropriate agencies.

aerial view of seabrook island luxury golf courses

View of Seabrook Islands Beautiful Golf courses

Seabrook Golf Courses Remain Open During COVID-19

The Seabrook Island Golf Courses are still open and booking tee times for residents. To keep everyone safe, our Club has implemented a variety of precautions to reduce contact and maintain social distance between players.

While the golf pro shop and locker rooms are closed, tee times can still be made via phone and online. With the exception of family members, only one player will be allowed in a golf cart. We do encourage walking.

Flags, ball washers, and rakes have been removed from the course. We have also closed locker rooms, reduced tee stations on the range to allow for adequate spacing, and taken other measures to ensure players and employees are staying safe. You can read our detailed policies on our Emergency Preparedness page.

While on the course, we ask that all golfers maintain a six to ten-foot distance between other golfers and employees to reduce the spread of germs.


Beach Walks Safe for ResidentsA beach sunset with a beautiful view of a tree

Seabrook Island Beaches are still open for island residents to take a peaceful walk or jog. Walking along our private coastline is a great way to enjoy the fresh air while staying safe.

The sun is still rising and setting, making for the beautiful sunrises and sunsets Seabrook Island is known for. Timing your walk with the sun makes for a relaxing escape from the busyness of daily life.


To-Go Dining Offers Contactless Pick Up and Delivery

While our restaurants have temporarily closed their dining spaces, to-go options are available for all island residents. You can still enjoy delicious meals from the comfort of your own home.

Everything from Grilled Salmon to Fried Chicken, fresh soups, salads, sandwiches, and more. Pick up dinner then take it home to your patio table to enjoy the beautiful spring views of the island.

To find hours, current menus, and more information on how to place To Go Orders from the Seabrook Island Club, visit https://www.discoverseabrook.com/live-here/emergency-preparedness/#dailymenu.


Biking For Exercise

Residents enjoy biking Seabrook Island year-round. With Springtime welcoming warmer temperatures and fresh blooms, it’s the perfect time to enjoy the natural beauty of our sanctuary island. Reconnect with nature, enjoy some peaceful exercise, and rejuvenate yourself with the fresh air.


Nature Photography to Reconnect with Wildlife

Seabrook Islanders have been known to snap some of the most stunning photographs of South Carolina wildlife the state has seen. With the quiet days ahead, there is sure to be an abundance of natural life to enjoy. Just be sure to continue maintaining a safe distance between yourself, other photographers, and the animals while snapping away.

Don’t forget to tag us in your photo posts for a chance to be featured on the official Seabrook social media channels!


Be sure to stay connected with your neighbors, friends, and Seabrook Island family by visiting us on social media.

While life on Seabrook may still feel like a retreat from reality, it’s important we stay diligent in exercising safety measures to minimize the risk of the spread of COVID-19. For more information on COVID-19 visit CDC.gov.

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