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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22 hours ago

Jekyll Island

#WildlifeWednesday: Have you ever counted the marsh rabbits along our causeway?

Marsh habitat is the more popular place to find these rabbits, which is why they're known as marsh rabbits. These nocturnal creatures are the smallest of all Georgia rabbits, weighing in at about three pounds.
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#WildlifeWednesday: Have you ever counted the marsh rabbits along our causeway?

Marsh habitat is the more popular place to find these rabbits, which is why theyre known as marsh rabbits. These nocturnal creatures are the smallest of all Georgia rabbits, weighing in at about three pounds.

 

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We would always see them along the edge of the road driving out to the pier on north end of the island, around sunset. I loved seeing them.

Counted close to 100 one evening last summer.

Is that near you Johan? Lovely 😊

They're jerks. Cute, but a necessary part of the food chain. I counted about twenty on the East Beach Causeway one night...just sitting there.

Yes

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3 days ago

Jekyll Island

Slip behind the wheel of a classic Studebaker, listen to some vintage tunes on the radio, and imagine driving down the causeway to the newly opened Jekyll Island State Park in the early 1950s. This is just one of the interactive experiences awaiting you at Mosaic, the reimagined Jekyll Island Museum. Gallery admission is free during the Grand Opening, April 27 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. jekyllisland.com/mosaic ...

Slip behind the wheel of a classic Studebaker, listen to some vintage tunes on the radio, and imagine driving down the causeway to the newly opened Jekyll Island State Park in the early 1950s. This is just one of the interactive experiences awaiting you at Mosaic, the reimagined Jekyll Island Museum. Gallery admission is free during the Grand Opening, April 27 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. jekyllisland.com/mosaic

 

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Dale Wilson

Can’t wait to see it!!! 🎉🎉

Bonnie Isaacs

Wish I was still there to see it oh well next time !

Be there in September!

Shawna Gentry Deford

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7 days ago

Jekyll Island

#ResponsibleJekyll: We are proud to be a dog-friendly destination and we love seeing furry friends on the Island. For the safety of your pet, island wildlife, and other visitors, dogs must be leashed at all times when in public areas. Maximum leash length is 16 feet. More information on pet and animal regulations: bit.ly/2IFXtsZ
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#ResponsibleJekyll: We are proud to be a dog-friendly destination and we love seeing furry friends on the Island. For the safety of your pet, island wildlife, and other visitors, dogs must be leashed at all times when in public areas. Maximum leash length is 16 feet. More information on pet and animal regulations: https://bit.ly/2IFXtsZ 
https://bit.ly/2syORLe

 

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Brittany N McCollum, Brian McCollum, we should take Sayde! Every dog should visit the beach at least once!

Our pups love Jekyll!!!

Be there in a month!!! I hope they enforce the leash laws. I saw a ton of dogs off leash.. very dangerous

Be very careful for your animal around the lakes on Jekyll because of aligators.

Was there last week with the pups

They often take me there.

Clean up the poop please !!!

Susan Kennerly I had to do a double take on this pic! Look like anyone you know,?

Haylee Akin Kelso

Tuesday morning sunrise at driftwood beach.

Wish I were there !!!!

Jekyll Island, thank you for the post.

Macy Jobe ❤️🐾🐕

We love Jeykll!

Zachary A Sears Rosie and Almond need this.

Wish I were there !!!!

I have a dog...and I love dogs...but NOTHING ruins your peace and quiet more than BARK BARK BARK YAP YAP YAP Yip Yip YIP..no thanks

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1 week ago

Jekyll Island

#WildlifeWednesday: The Wilson's plover is a small shorebird listed as threatened in Georgia. They make small nests on the sandy ground, which can be easily missed by the untrained eye. Through annual monitoring, we have found they like to nest on the south end of Jekyll Island, which is why we would like to remind our visitors that the beach from South Dunes Beach Park extending to 2000' south of St. Andrews Beach Park is a no pet zone all year. ...

#WildlifeWednesday: The Wilsons plover is a small shorebird listed as threatened in Georgia. They make small nests on the sandy ground, which can be easily missed by the untrained eye. Through annual monitoring, we have found they like to nest on the south end of Jekyll Island, which is why we would like to remind our visitors that the beach from South Dunes Beach Park extending to 2000 south of St. Andrews Beach Park is a no pet zone all year.
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