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Jekyll Island Golf Club, Jekyll Island
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Jekyll Island Golf Club is located in Jekyll Island. Make Jekyll Island Golf Club a part of your Jekyll Island vacation plans using our Jekyll Island tour planner.
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It is no wonder that the wealthy of New York built their summer homes here. The beautiful island helps to wash away your worries. I love riding bikes through the salt marshes on the boardwalk. I love ... read more »
Nice course with great greens and a uncrowded course. We enjoyed a mid afternoon round on Pine Lakes, which is a perfect course for families with multiple tees. Fees were reasonable and loved the smoo... read more »
Three very nice golf courses. Well placed bunkers and hazards make these courses a challenge to lower handicappers but still playable for higher scorers. If you're visiting south Georgia do yourself a... read more »
Always have a fun time there. I hear they are updating the restaurant soon. That will be a nice addition.
One of the best 18 holes I've played. Quiet and serene, we saw lots of wildlife. They really make sure the pace stays steady so you are not pushed. The course is in wonderful shape - any of the 18 hole courses will do. I am definitely coming back! The staff at the Pro Shop are super helpful as well. Cathy , Jacksonville, FL
Our threesome had a great time, even in the rain. Spencer at the pro shop was friendly and even helped me get a new pair of shoes when mine blew out. Great service and and awesome course to play.
I recently stayed at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel for a workshop and stayed at the hotel for four days. Below are my likes and more extensively my dislikes. Likes: -Some of the staff was friendly -The grounds are beautiful -The exterior is well kept for an over 100 year old hotel -There are plenty of activities including boat tours, biking, walking tours, historic tours, beach, croquet. -Transportation was provided to the beach, restaurants, activities at no charge - well except for the tip. Dislikes: -The room I was originally checked into was dirty and shabby. Dirty means pubic hair on the counter in the bathroom, food on the floor, sticky stuff on the tables and end tables, finger prints on the TV and mini bar, stains on the wall, dusty lamps, a pair of underwear (not mine) behind the headboard of the bed, dusty lamps, hair on the sheets, several bugs, a musty smell, and a duvet cover that looked like it had never been washed. Shabby means there was chipped paint on the baseboards and doors - it didn't look like it had been painted in a very long time. The furniture was old, stained and not well maintained, the attached porch had a leak, and the bathroom fixtures were old and damaged. -I requested a room change and the second room was only slightly better...this room also had chipped paint, mysterious stains and I killed three bugs while staying in that room - one of the bugs was a brown recluse spider. -The cleanliness in the ballroom and dining room where we ate catered meals was also sub par. Including food on the floor, stains, worn furniture. -The catered lunches and breakfasts were not impressive and while there was plenty of food the food was bland and either under cooked or over cooked. -I ordered room service twice and on both occasions the food (chicken) was undercooked and the prices were outlandish. -My last evening I went to a snack restaurant in the hotel and paid $15 for a turkey sandwich (which had old turkey in it)...which is outrageous! Also, this snack shop was filthy - a layer of dirt under the soda machine, dirt on the wainscoting, battered furniture, sticky counters. -One of the restaurants on the nearby pier had nightly bands that played very loud music well into the evening - loud enough that sleep was difficult. -The bed was like sleeping on a brick. The mattress was very old (no comfort top here) and the sheets were like sandpaper. -The bellmen/valet where very vocal about how you can tip...yes I get it you want a tip. It got to be annoying and did not say the place was quality. -I saw one of the housekeeping staff on the computer in the room next to mine that belonged to the guest not the housekeeper. I was outraged by this...to think staff was using your personal items. I wouldn't let them enter my room after that point. -The first night I was there it was raining heavily and the water on the stairs was not cleaned up...so I slipped and hurt my back when I fell on the stairs. When I told the staff (so no one else would get hurt) they were indifferent. -The hotel did not provide any premium channels like HBO...this is surprising considering the price. -The hotel gift shop was sad featuring tacky and expensive items that had layers of dust on them. -The hotel ATM machine charged a $3.75 usage fee (needed more cash for tipping...seriously I spent $100 on tips) -The hotel is not handicapped accessible...you have to walk up several flights of stairs before you event get to an elevator. I had to climb 5 flights of stairs to even get to my room. What was surprising about the condition of the hotel was the prices spoke of a quality hotel, but was outlandish considering the conditions. Also, this is the hotels 125th anniversary...you would think they would paint the place for the celebration. I have stayed in over 100 year old hotels before and have always enjoyed the character, but that was not the case at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel - this place had dirt, bugs, disrepair and NO CHARACTER! I will NEVER stay at this hotel again!
63 holes available with the recently reduced prices and easily available tee times a great experience recommend the Great Dunes historic nine on the ocean play all day with cart for $25
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