Golf for Champions

Amelia Island Club Members have two world class golf courses from which to play: Long Point, and Oak Marsh.

The Amelia Island Club has an active golf program for both men and women, appealing to both social and competitive golfers.

The Club sponsors a variety of weekly, monthly, and annual events for golfers of all skill levels. The Club offers members the best in equipment and apparel and provides outstanding instructional services through its Amelia Island Club Golf Academy.

Long Point

Long Point is the member-owned course for The Amelia Island Club members and their guests. It is also available for resort guest play on a limited basis. Completed in 1987, this Tom Fazio award-winning design challenges golfers with natural hazards, tight fairways and elevated greens. The rolling fairways wind through three spectacular and distinctive settings: the magnificent marshes, the thick oak and pine forest and the scenic oceanfront dunes. Long Point's character is shaped by natural waste bunkers, spectacular marshlands, mounded fairways, and true putting Tif Eagle® greens. There is a wonderful mix of straight-away and dog-leg holes, some quite tight and others wide and forgiving. Many of the holes play longer than advertised due to uphill landing zones. Many greens are elevated and require a soft airborne approach shot. In addition, the golf course demands that the golfer’s shot carry water hazards on eight different occasions. Many of these holes leave the player with breathtaking views of the Amelia River and expansive salt marshes. Did we mention the wind? Long Point’s two signature back-to-back #15 and #16 par 3 ocean holes can play like docile pussy cats or wild broncos depending on the weather conditions.

Oak Marsh

The Oak Marsh Golf Course is one of the truly classic Pete Dye-designed golf courses. The course, built in 1972 shortly after the completion of the Harbour Town Golf Links at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is noted for its tight fairways and small greens, meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks and through the moss draped heritage oaks for which Amelia Island is famous.

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