Golf Vacation Packages

At the turn of the century, Jekyll Island Club members built one of Georgiaʼs first golf courses. Today, Jekyll Island golf features Georgiaʼs largest public golf resort with 63 holes of beautiful, challenging golf and year round play in natural settings.

The Great Dunes 9 hole course, designed by Walter Travis in 1926, meanders oceanfront around Jekyll, swept with oaks and steeped in history. Summoned to the Island by some of the nation’s most elite families during the Club Era, Travis created the best course money could buy and the first course on the Island. The Indian Mound course, designed by the legendary Joe Lee in 1975, is named for the oyster shell midden deposited by Aboriginal tribes hundreds of years ago. Indian Mound is the shortest of Jekyll’s three 18-hole courses, but offers plenty of challenges.

The Oleander course, built by Dick Wilson in 1975, is generally thought of as the most difficult course on Jekyll Island. Designed by one of the most respected course architects in the game, Oleander is also known as the most distinct of the Island’s three 18-hole courses. Though from its fairway the course is not particularly a difficult layout, the ocean breezes and short grasses provide a challenge to golfers of all skills levels. Completing your dream Jekyll Island golf vacation is the Pine Lakes course, which was originally built in 1968 and renovated in 2002. Pine Lakes is the Island’s longest golf course and the only family friendly course in America with tee boxes that allows players of all ages to compete evenly. 

With our golf vacation packages, golfers have access to 63 holes of Championship golf. The Great Dunes golf course, designed by Walter Travis, meanders around coastal Georgiaʼs beach, swept with oaks and unique oceanfront landscape. The direct descendant of all American Ocean Links courses. The Oleander course, built by Dick Wilson in 1964 challenges our Georgia golf school students with unique doglegs situated 300 yards from the ocean. The Indian Mound course plays through pristine lakes and marshes. Designed by the legendary Joe Lee in 1975, this serene setting is named for the oyster shell midden deposited by Aboriginal tribes hundreds of years ago.

Completing your dream Jekyll Island golf vacation is the Pine Lakes course, which makes its way through oceanfront forests, populated by migratory birds. The “family friendly” tee boxes make this layout the only golf course in America that allows players of all ages to compete evenly. Golfers have several putting and chipping greens to hone their skills and a superb driving range surrounded by Georgia pines. In all ways, Jekyll Island is the idyllic golf setting.

Birdie Golf Vacation Package (2 players) Includes:

  • Traditional Accommodations with Queen, King, or two Double Beds
  • Green Fees for 18 Holes
  • Electric Cart for 18 Holes
  • Breakfast for Two in the Grand Dining Room
Birdie Golf
Date Available Price Booking Link
11/27/16 - 3/16/17 $318.00
3/17/17 - 8/5/17 $358.00
8/6/17 - 11/25/17 $338.00

Golf Widow (1 player, 1 non-player) Package Includes:

  • Traditional Accommodations with Queen, King, or two Double Beds
  • Green Fees for 18 Holes
  • Electric Cart for 18 Holes
  • Breakfast for Two in the Grand Dining Room
Golf Widow
Date Available Price Booking Link
11/27/16 - 3/16/17 $269.00
3/17/17 - 8/5/17 $309.00
8/6/17 - 11/25/17 $289.00

Golf tickets are good for an 18 hole round of golf and 1/2 electric cart rental. Jekyll Island replay fee is $25.00 for 18 holes and $13.00 for 9 holes and includes 1/2 electric cart rental (whether used or not) and tax. Advanced tee times recommended.

*Please note: Upgrades available at additional fee per night. All packages are per night. Additional adults after two are $106.75 each.  Resort fee, taxes and State Hotel-Motel fee extra. Subject to availability. Certain restrictions apply. Surcharge on meals apply on holidays and Sunday Brunch.

 
We went to celebrate our wedding anniversary. The hotel is very historic and there is much to learn. The dinner and Sunday Brunch in the Grand Dinning Room were excellent. They have a piano player and he does take requests, very romantic. We are golfers and the courses are great. Everyone involved in this property made this a very special experience.” 

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