A player at Harbour Town Golf Links shoots into the 18th green with its famous red and white lighthouse as a backdrop. Photo: Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA | After more than 43 years in the golf business on this enchanting island – the bulk of it running Harbour Town Golf Links – Cary Corbitt is retiring.
So when you’ve spent the better part of your life in a place most people dream of visiting, where do you go from here?
Corbitt and his wife live within walking distance of the golf course, have a nice water view, and he has a regular Saturday golf game with friends. He may go fishing a little more often and add a second round of golf to his weekly routine. But Corbitt isn’t interested in going anywhere else.
“We’re here to stay,” Corbitt said, sitting in the stylish Harbour Town clubhouse he helped bring to life in 2015.
A graduate of Lander College, Corbitt came to Hilton Head in the mid-1970s wanting to be in the golf business a...
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