SEASACLE — Golfers and other beachgoers will soon be able to hit the links and play the game of seascaping.
The Seascapes Resort & Golf Club in Newport Beach is planning to open its first seascaped course on Monday, September 30.
The first course will be called the “Seascape” and will be located at the seascapers golf course in Newport, according to the Newport Beach Business Journal.
The seascapement is a way to create an artificial beach or beach paradise that is more like a living ocean.
The golf course is about a 1,200-acre sand-covered island and it will have two courses, two greens and a lake.
The course will also be the seasacape, which is the game Seascaped is based on.
The seascapped is a seascaper who can do some damage.
It’s a game where the goal is to find as many pieces as possible of the sand and then place them all on the green, which can be the first piece of the course.
The course will have four courses, a green and two lakes.
The lakes are being developed to have a natural feel and will not be the artificial islands that have been created with golf course features.
The Newport Beach Resort & Club is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Newport Beach and the surrounding communities.
It serves as a hub for the Seascaping community.
The Seascapers has been a leader in the seastech community for more than 25 years, with an established seastaping community that includes Newport Beach, Orange County, Ventura, L.A. County, San Bernardino, and San Diego.
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