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 latest Jekyll Island Golf Guide HERE










4 days ago

Jekyll Island

#WildlifeWednesday: The Black-bellied Plover is a familiar visitor to our coast in the winter months, traveling south from its breeding grounds in northwestern Alaska and Arctic Canada. Our largest plover stands out among its usual companions, the smaller plovers, turnstones, and sandpipers. Did you know that Black-bellied Plovers are powerful flyers, capable of going 50 mph or flying against strong winds? ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Jekyll Island

Have you heard? 17 Island Treasures have been found to date. With 2-5 hidden throughout each day, any time is a good time to go on a hunt!

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