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Golf Courses

Pete Dye and Bobby Weed are just two of the many golf greats that have helped design Amelia Island’s links. With 99 holes across our island, including two that sit right alongside the Atlantic Ocean, there’s no shortage of opportunities for golf fanatics and hobbyists alike to enjoy playing while on vacation.

Amelia River Golf Club

A Tom Jackson-designed course, the Amelia River Golf Club consists of 18 holes of challenging golf “where ball control and accuracy are keys to a great game.” Both water and land are utilized in the fairways design, providing a moderate level of difficulty. The course has incredibly smooth TifEagle greens and Amelia Island’s majestic oak trees are on full display. Many locals adore this public course, and visitors and return players alike comment on the staff’s friendliness.

Location: 4477 Buccaneer Trail

Fernandina Beach Golf Club

With 27 holes open to the public, the Club boasts gorgeous fairways and lots of native foliage. The three nine-hole layouts measure more than 3,000 yards from the championship tees. There’s also a driving range, practice putting green, pro shop, and clubhouse with food and a full bar.

Location: 2800 Bill Melton Road

Long Point at Amelia Island Plantation

Club members of Omni Amelia Island Plantation resort can enjoy Long Point’s picturesque course setting, as well as official Omni resort guests. Tee times may be reserved one day in advance at this award-winning 1987 course. Tom Fazio's design will challenge golfers with tight, rolling fairways that wind through three spectacular settings: the marshes, the thick oak and pine forest, and the scenic oceanfront dunes. A par 72 course with a back-tee yardage of 6,775 yards, Long Point has been acclaimed as one of the “Top 50 Courses in Florida” by Golfweek and one of the “Best Places to Play” by Golf Digest.

Location: 12 Long Point Drive

Oak Marsh at Amelia Island Plantation

Oak Marsh is an 18-hole, 6,500-yard golf course with a par of 72. There are more than 30 bunkers and the marsh and wetlands come into play on 13 holes. A classic Pete Dye-designed golf course, it was built in 1972 and is known for its narrow fairways and intimate greens.

Location: 39 Beach Lagoon Road

The Golf Club of Amelia Island at The Ritz-Carlton

Set within a stones throw of the Atlantic Ocean, the Golf Club of Amelia Island puts on display the natural beauty of the island. It features an attractive layout designed by Mark McCumber and Gene Littler, with nine holes making their way through heavily forested parkland and lakes, and another nine holes weave around scenic salt marshes. Although demanding at times, this course is supposedly able to accommodate all levels of play.

Location: 4700 Amelia Island Parkway
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