322 Captain Wylly Rd
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
912) 635-2368
Price to Play
$51 - $75

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Jekyll Island Golf Courses

Jekyll Island is located off the Georgia coast at Brunswick with golf carved through the pine tree forests over generally level terrain with numerous ponds, lakes, and wetlands. Jekyll Island was once the a private club for the wealthy elite including the Rockefellers, Morgans, and Pulitzers, but is now owned by the State of Georgia.

Indian Mound is a parkland layout with well bunkered fairways bordered by lakes and marshes and is the shortest of the courses. It's named from the large oyster shell mounds deposited by aboriginal tribes hundreds of years ago. The golf course was designed by Joe Lee design in 1975 and is 6,469 yards, 71.1/129, course/slope ratings from the tips with four shorter tees.

Oleander is a challenging parkland design with broad fairways featuring a number of strategic dog legs and is only 300 yards from the Ocean with the wind always in play. It was designed by Dick Wilson in 1964 and from the tips is 6,521 yards, 71.7/126, course/slope ratings with three shorter tees.

Great Dunes is a 9 hole layout designed in 1926 by one of the masters of the golden era of golf course design, Walter Travis. He was hired by Rockefeller and the wealthy members of the Jekyll Island Club to create the "Best course money could purchase". The course is along the beach with the fairways lined with sea oats and is a links-style design highly affected by the constant wind off the Atlantic. From the tips it plays to 3,229 yards, 35.2/122, course/slope ratings with three shorter tees.