Jekyll Island

Sixty-three holes. Four breathtaking courses. Georgia’s largest public golf resort – known for true Southern hospitality and legendary landscapes.

In 1898, members of the Jekyll Island Club created the island’s first golf course. Our island has been a heralded golf destination ever since, attracting such acclaimed designers as Donald Ross, Walter Travis and Joe Lee – as well as players from around the world.

Each course is a masterpiece. Imagine playing through some of Jekyll Island’s most pristine lakes, marshes and forests. There are very few man-made obstructions here. But you will have to navigate the island’s alligators, osprey and deer.

Great Dunes Course This historic 9-hole course alternates in difficulty and simplicity, creating a stimulating round on the links.

Indian Mound Course Surrounded by nature, this course is the shortest of Jekyll’s 18-hole courses, but offers plenty of challenges.

Oleander Course The most distinct of the three 18-hole courses, it is tightly designed, with ocean breezes and short grasses.

Pine Lakes Course One of the only courses in the nation that provides even playing ground for both adults and younger players.

View the digital Jekyll Island Golf Guide here, showcasing the four Jekyll Island golf courses and the eight hotel partners (members of the Jekyll Island Hospitality Association) eager to host your Georgia Coast Golf Vacation:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago

Jekyll Island

#WildlifeWednesday: Florida manatees are an endangered species living close to shore in the ocean, rivers, and estuaries. They are only found in Georgia once the ocean starts to warm up in spring and summer.
The biggest threat to these gentle giants is collision with boats, followed by fishing gear entanglement. Keep your eyes peeled for them and if you happen to find one injured or in distress, call the Department of Natural Resources at 800-2-SAVE-ME!
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#WildlifeWednesday: Florida manatees are an endangered species living close to shore in the ocean, rivers, and estuaries. They are only found in Georgia once the ocean starts to warm up in spring and summer. 
The biggest threat to these gentle giants is collision with boats, followed by fishing gear entanglement. Keep your eyes peeled for them and if you happen to find one injured or in distress, call the Department of Natural Resources at 800-2-SAVE-ME!

21 hours ago

Jekyll Island

We are looking for happy, helpful people to volunteer at the 2019 Shrimp & Grits Festival, Sept. 20-22. Be a part of the best festival in the Southeast and qualify for some cool island perks. Find out more and register: bit.ly/2XJm4lh ...

We are looking for happy, helpful people to volunteer at the 2019 Shrimp & Grits Festival, Sept. 20-22. Be a part of the best festival in the Southeast and qualify for some cool island perks. Find out more and register: https://bit.ly/2XJm4lh

 

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People usually get paid by vendors to do that. The same vendors that charge for the food. Or maybe I misunderstood, are you giving the food away? If so, there might still be enough locals left there to man them, I'm not sure. Used to be a lot of residential houses there, but they may be gone now. I don't know.

I’ve enjoyed volunteering at this festival the past few years. It’s fun, the people are great, and being a part of the event is rewarding. I’m already signed up for it again!

Rhonda Hardin Juhan

Lilah Rozar

Pam Ludlow

Misti-Shane Cloer

If the annual pass is going up to 55 why did I get charge 58 last year

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2 days ago

Jekyll Island

The perfect way to end the day: a stunning sunset, live music, and the Southern Soul BBQ Truck.
Don't miss the first Summer Sunsets series event, June 19 at St. Andrews Beach Park, and you just might catch another sunset like this: bit.ly/2RlFGtg
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3 days ago

Jekyll Island

The two-story wildlife observation platform at St. Andrews Beach is a popular site for birdwatching. American oystercatchers, black skimmers, and piping plovers are among the species spotted here. Birders who linger late in the afternoon are also treated to the best sunset view on the island. bit.ly/2QzrqN6 ...

The two-story wildlife observation platform at St. Andrews Beach is a popular site for birdwatching. American oystercatchers, black skimmers, and piping plovers are among the species spotted here. Birders who linger late in the afternoon are also treated to the best sunset view on the island. https://bit.ly/2QzrqN6

 

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I was wondering if you could see the sunset from there. :)

Katrina, Kelly, & Alicia, for your next trip to Jekyll.

Yes, you can see the sunset. The island has a curved spit. Also, check out the Wanderer Trail as you walk to the tower

Emily Tomberlin Rash

Melissa Mayberry

Favorite spot

Just went up there in April.

Yes that was one of my favorite spots just to relax and enjoy.. And remember when I lived there.. On the island

Be aware, the insects can be wicked. It is a special spot.

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