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Brazell's Creek Golf Course at Gordonia-Alatamaha
A great 18-hole layout awaits you! Georgia's own Denis Griffiths designed the new 18-hole layout, so it's definitely a challenging yet fun test of golf. The Par 71 layout plays to just under 7,000 yards from the tips, boasting five sets of tees. The signature 15th hole is a 207-yard Par 3, which plays over scenic wetlands to a large, undulating island green. A 1,500-yard winding bridge connects the original holes with the back nine. These nine holes are links-style and are set on a windswept open landscape. The original holes are still tree-lined, but have some additional contouring to the greens and other strategic and aesthetic changes. The layout is truly unique.
Toll Free Phone: 877-591-5576
Phone: 912-557-7745
 
Address:
322 Park Lane, Hwy. 280 West
Reidsville , GA 30453
 
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Brunswick Country Club
Established in 1920, Brunswick Country Club has been a part of the Golden Isles for nearly a century. This private club has shared an association with many recognizable names in the game of golf, such as Andy Bean, Steve Melnyk and Davis Love III. Brunswick Country Club plays host to the Golden Isles Invitational Tournament each year and has done so since the inaugural event in 1949. The Golden Isles Invitational has broad appeal and attracts players from across the eastern United States. In November 2007, the course reopened after Love Golf Design's completion of a twelve month restoration project which returned the golf course to its original 1938 Donald Ross design. The new clubhouse opened in June 2009. Amenities include a fully stocked golf shop, large dining room, locker rooms, a bar and grill, swimming pool and fitness room.
Contact: Dan Hogan
Phone: 912-264-4377  Ext: 5
 
Address:
4041 Darien Highway
Brunswick, GA 31525
 
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Coastal Pines Golf Course
The golf course at Coastal Pines was designed by Mark Bennett and opened for play in 2001. With more than 6,800 yards of golf over some of the most picturesque scenery near Georgia’s coast, Coastal Pines is as appealing to your senses as it is to your competitiveness. Five sets of tees invite the entire family to enjoy the course. We certainly look forward to serving you soon! Facilities Pro Shop The friendly staff at our Pro Shop will help you to select from our array of logo’d designer shirts, hats, golf balls, and gloves. We carry a number of today’s most popular brands and can order just about anything you may require. Swing by before or after your round to browse our selection. Practice Facilities After a trip to our Pro Shop you’ll be ready to take a swing (or two) at our driving range. It offers the perfect way to warm-up before your round or to whip your golf swing into proper form. Golf instruction is also available from our P.G.A professional, Bubba Clark. Snacks To compliment our relaxed atmosphere at Coastal Pines Golf Club, we offer a limited selection of snacks, sandwiches, hot dogs, drinks, and beer to keep you satisfied while playing our championship course.
Contact: Wade Carruth
Phone: 912.261.0503
Fax: 912.264.8268
 
Address:
1 Coastal Pines Circle
 
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Frederica Golf Club
Frederica is an engineering marvel that has become a magical golf course in a very short time. The engineering of architect Tom Fazio is legend in itself. Seven million cubic yards of sandy soil were moved to create the highest ridge in Glynn County. More than 1,100 massive lie oaks were transplanted and now tower over the dunes and ridges. Major championship winners Davis Love III, Zach Johnson, Lucas Glover, Brandt Snedeker, David Toms and more play here and pronounce it splendid. National amateur champions come from afar to join and attest its charm. And the members proclaim it a stern challenge on a course unlike anything they have played. The name Frederica comes from the nearby fort that the English and the Scottish Highlanders defended from the Spanish invaders when America still was a land of dreams. Those dreams prevailed. And now the battles at Frederica are ours, never fulfilled because golf always is about the future dreams. We celebrate our field of dreams today while we create a legacy for tomorrow. -- Reg Murphy, Founding Member
Contact: Steve Archer
Phone: 912-634-6900
 
Address:
100 Pike's Bluff Drive
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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Great Dunes
Jekyll Island has been a golf destination since 1898, when members of the Jekyll Island Club constructed the first course on the island near what is now the present-day airport. Since then, golf course designers such as Donald Ross, Walter Travis, Dick Wilson and Joe Lee have used the natural landscape to create classic course designs highlighted by spectacular scenery. The absence of any homes or development on Jekyll Island's four golf courses is a unique experience for today's golfer. Immerse yourself in nature, and focus on every shot with only an occasional disruption from deer, alligator, osprey or other wildlife. Jekyll Island is Georgia's largest public golf resort with 63 holes on four golf courses, each offering players something a little different. From the historic links design of Walter Travis' Great Dunes, the family tees added onto Pine Lakes by Clyde Johnston, to the competition-ready Oleander, Jekyll Island Golf Club offers something for everyone to enjoy. In difficult economic times, people are attracted to anything that offers a positive cost/ value relationship. From a golf standpoint, you won’t find many better bargains than those offered on Jekyll Island, where $45 will get you 18 holes and a cart on any of its three quality, well-conditioned courses, throughout the year. Jekyll Island offers the largest public golf facility in the state, with three 18-hole golf courses branching out from the clubhouse and a 9-holer that provides a bit of a peek into golf’s past.
Phone: 912-635-2368
 
Address:
322 Captain Wylly Road
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
 
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Heritage Oaks Golf Course
MONTHLY MEMBERSHIPS $150.00* PER MONTH (August - December 2013) Includes play Monday-Sunday Unlimited Green Fees Unlimited Cart Fees Unlimited Driving Range **Limited number of memberships available** Member Benefits No Initiation Fee - No Green fees - No Cart fees - Complete Driving Range - Greenside Practice Bunker - Fairway Practice Bunker - 2 Putting Greens - Charging privileges - Advance starting times - Lesson discounts - Reduced rate for accompanied guests
Phone: 912-280-9525
 
Address:
126 Clipper Bay Road Oak Grove Island
Brunswick, GA 31523
 
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Indian Mounds
Pine Lakes and Indian Mound share several attributes because of their side by side setting, with Pine Lakes being a little more modern in terms of its bunkers, and Indian Mound getting much of its challenge from undulating greens Due to the fact that Joe Lee had a hand in both layouts, sand will be a serious factor. Fairway bunkers are generally a modest concern off the tee, with Clyde Johnston’s renovations on Pine Lakes making them more in play for the longer hitters. Lee mixes up his green side bunker pattern on both designs increasing the need for accurate approach shots. Both courses are fairly open off the tee, with water not a serious factor on a majority of the holes. However, the tree lines on Pine Lakes are dense in spots and errant tee shots will not be treated kindly. At 6,700 yards from the back tees, Pine Lakes is the longest of the trio, but is by no means a lengthy course, at least not until you reach the 18th hole. Accurate tee shots on all of the holes are required to score well. Pine Lakes measures 6,300 yards from the white tees and is a nice fit for mid handicappers, with the 18th the only hole with any serious length. Part of Johnston’s renovations involved installing several kid-friendly tees, and families who play golf together will find few (if any) courses that can accommodate younger players better. Indian Mound is the shortest of the trio at 6,469 from the back tees, but is comparable length-wise from the next set at 6,221. The par 5's are more difficult than the modest yardage might suggest and only one of the par 3's can be considered a soft touch, with the par 4's offering a number of scoring opportunities to those able to take advantage of short shots into the greens.
Phone: 912-635-2368
 
Address:
322 Captain Wylly Road
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
 
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Laurel Island Links
Georgia Coast’s Most Beautiful Golf Course This Davis Love III Coast-Side Gem Offers Perfect Fairway Lies and Silky Smooth Greens All Year Round Tee it high and let it fly into open fairways on one of Georgia’s best golf courses. Georgia Pine lined perfect fairways and smooth greens are expected by our guests and members and we don’t disappoint. Magnificent marsh views are all around this 18-hole Southern Georgia links-style course. Complementing the golf course, The Clubhouse Restaurant features a casual country club setting with a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner served in the true tradition of southern hospitality. Message from the Head Golf Professional, Harold Thomas: “This is a straightforward golf course, it’s there in front of you, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. From the back tees it plays over 7,000 yards so the challenge is there if you’re up to it and if you’ve got game, then go after Bubba Dickerson’s course record of 63. We’re most proud of the course conditioning, the fairways and greens are flawless, our Superintendent deserves a lot of credit, he and his crew do an incredible job of keeping the tees well groomed, the fairways are perfect and the greens are super sweet. We can’t take all the credit for the beautiful scenery, four holes play alongside beautiful Georgia marsh-hemmed coastline, this is a beautiful golf course and I’m confident you’re going to love it.”
Phone: 912-729-7277
 
Address:
233 Marsh Harbour Parkway
Kingsland, GA 31548
 
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Osprey Cove Golf Club
The year-round Osprey Cove course is set against a backdrop of sweeping marshes, tidal inlets and nature conservation areas. At every turn, the breathtaking panorama of the Low Country envelops you. At the same time, it offers exciting challenges for golfers of every skill level. And, the course and the club have recently undergone over $2 million in renovations to ensure the value and the experiences here endure. Osprey Cove features every amenity you'd expect at a private golf club of its stature -- a pro shop with a friendly, helpful staff, golf lessons with seasoned pro, Don Yrene, and a restaurant the members love. The facility also includes private locker rooms and meeting rooms for special events.
Phone: 912.882.5575
 
Address:
123 Osprey Drive
St. Marys, GA 31558
 
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Pine Lakes
Pine Lakes and Indian Mound share several attributes because of their side by side setting, with Pine Lakes being a little more modern in terms of its bunkers, and Indian Mound getting much of its challenge from undulating greens Due to the fact that Joe Lee had a hand in both layouts, sand will be a serious factor. Fairway bunkers are generally a modest concern off the tee, with Clyde Johnston’s renovations on Pine Lakes making them more in play for the longer hitters. Lee mixes up his green side bunker pattern on both designs increasing the need for accurate approach shots. Both courses are fairly open off the tee, with water not a serious factor on a majority of the holes. However, the tree lines on Pine Lakes are dense in spots and errant tee shots will not be treated kindly. At 6,700 yards from the back tees, Pine Lakes is the longest of the trio, but is by no means a lengthy course, at least not until you reach the 18th hole. Accurate tee shots on all of the holes are required to score well. Pine Lakes measures 6,300 yards from the white tees and is a nice fit for mid handicappers, with the 18th the only hole with any serious length. Part of Johnston’s renovations involved installing several kid-friendly tees, and families who play golf together will find few (if any) courses that can accommodate younger players better. Indian Mound is the shortest of the trio at 6,469 from the back tees, but is comparable length-wise from the next set at 6,221. The par 5's are more difficult than the modest yardage might suggest and only one of the par 3's can be considered a soft touch, with the par 4's offering a number of scoring opportunities to those able to take advantage of short shots into the greens.
Phone: 912-635-2368
 
Address:
322 Captain Wylly Road
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
 

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