Jekyll Island Golf-Pine Lakes Course


Originally designed and built in 1968 by Dick Wilson, this masterpiece meanders through ocean forests and undisturbed hammocks populated by migratory birds. The longest of the four courses, Pine Lakes was completely renovated in 2002 by course architect Clyde Johnson, designer of Stone Mountain's Golf Course in Atlanta, he took what was a near perfection and added his vision and flavor making it the premier course on Jekyll Island. During course design Clyde Johnson incorporated "Family Friendly" tee boxes, making this the only course in America that allows players of all ages to compete evenly. Pine Lakes and Jekyll Island are the official host for the annual US Kids Golf Jekyll Island Cup.



Jekyll Island

322 Captain Wylly Rd

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Jekyll Island, GA Golf Vacations by Golf Zoo

Jekyll Island is six miles off the Georgia coast, midway between Savannah, GA, and Jacksonville, FL, and just minutes off Interstate 95. When you arrive, you'll find the hustle and stress of everyday life seem to drift away through the moss-draped live oaks and swaying pines. Forget traffic, crowds, neon signs and high-rise buildings. On Jekyll Island, you'll find a safe environment with an inviting combination of resort amenities in an unspoiled barrier island setting.

Play any of the 11 golf courses for the same price with the Golf Passport.