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322 Captain Wylly Rd Jekyll Island, GA 31527


For 18-hole course info call 912.635.2368

For 9-hole course info call 912.635.2170



Georgia's largest public golf resort with 63 holes on three 18-hole courses and one 9-hole course. "Great Dunes" is an authentic links course. "Oleander" consistently ranks among the state's best. "Pine Lakes" is the longest and tightest course and "Indian Mound" showcases Jekyll's spectacular scenery.


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Great Dunes


9 Holes - 3229 Yards - Par 36



In 1926, wealthy Jekyll Island resident J.D. Rockefeller commissioned the leading golf course architect of the time, Walter Travis, to build the "best course money could buy." His creation resulted with this challenging 9-hole golf course played host to the Jekyll Island Club's elite members, with a natural terrain of sand barriers and dunes.



Jekyll Island Golf Club

Pine Lakes


18 Holes - 6700 Yards - Par 72



The newest and longest (6760 yards) golf course on Jekyll Island, Pine Lakes wanders through ocean forests and migratory bird habitat. Offering "family friendly" tee boxes, Pine Lakes is the only course in America that allows players of all ages to compete fairly. The Pine Lakes course is the official host of the annual U.S. Kids Golf Jekyll Island Cup.

Oleander


18 Holes - 6521 Yards - Par 72



Locals consider Oleander one their favorite Jekyll Island golf courses. Designed by Dick Wilson in 1964, this challenging 18-hole course is surrounded by inland lakes and Pine forests, with numerous doglegs and narrow fairways to overcome. Situated only 300 yards from the ocean, a steady ocean breeze is constantly working on your golf ball flight.

Indian Mound


18 Holes - 6469 Yards - Par 72



This Joe Lee designed golf course winds through some of Jekyll Island's most pristine woodlands, offering a wonderful setting to see some of the Island's natural surroundings. Lee named this course Indian Mound, after the large oyster shell middens deposited by aboriginal tribes hundreds of years ago. Indian Mound, like Jekyll Island's other golf courses, is untouched by residential or commercial development, making it a resplindent course to take in the natural beauty of the Island.