Since 1964, Jekyll Island Golf-Oleander Course has been the favorite golf vacation destination in Jekyll Island due to its unique offer of golf. Aside from golf, the course also treats its guests to a gastronomic delight with its restaurants.
Jekyll Island Golf-Oleander Course is an 18-hole, par-72 golf course that features 6,679 yards of golf from the longest tees. At first, the course may look just like a typical golf course. The mood changes just as soon as the round begins: THIS IS ONE TOUGH COURSE TO DEAL WITH, NO DOUBT. Though difficult, the course offers practice facilities with professional instructors so less-experienced players may be able to improve their golfing and course management skills. Golf architect Dick Wilson designed this course on what was once the 34th oldest official golf course in the United States. The Oleander Course challenges the golfers with several doglegs, par 4’s and 5’s, and is situated just 300 yards from the ocean. A golf vacation at this course is like having an intense golf training coupled with the best amenities fit for royalties on tour.
Jekyll Island Golf-Oleander Course has a rating of 71.8 and a slope rating of 128 on Bermuda grass. The trade winds will greatly affect every round of the game. One good advice is golfers must be able to adjust their forces in swinging their clubs. Oleander Course is a full-packed place where guests can appreciate the fun and enjoyment of a golf trip.