The Ford Plantation
Richmond Hill, Georgia
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Richmond, GA (May 16, 2014) - We are pleased to share with you a beautiful—and strategically important—video that The Ford Plantation has commissioned as part of our awareness campaign for the property’s ongoing golf course restoration project.
The visually striking piece features World Golf Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye speaking at length about his work here at the Plantation, and includes context-providing commentary from Director of Golf C.W. Canfield, Greens Committee Chairman Dr. Bill Thompson and Tim Liddy, a course architect and longtime Dye collaborator who is helping lead the project.
Please watch and enjoy the video and share it far and wide—with your colleagues, email contacts, and via social media.
We look forward to keeping you informed about the project as we move toward the course reopening this fall. Thanks for your continued engagement.
About The Ford Plantation:
Located 18 miles south of historic Savannah, The Ford Plantation offers the rare opportunity to live on one of America's great antebellum plantations. Once Henry Ford's winter retreat, this 1,800-acre Georgia estate is limited to just 400 homesites. A private sporting club, members have exclusive access to a full service equestrian facility, hunting preserve, fishing, a championship Pete Dye golf course and boating. Deep-water access to Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean with boat slips equipped for yachts up to 65 feet. Estate lots from 1 to 15 acres priced from $100,000 to over $2 million; plantation-style homes from $575,000 to over $4 million.