Amelia Island Vacation: Things to do / Activities / Attractions
Named a “Silver Medal Golf Resort” every year by Golf Magazine, the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort boasts incredible championship courses. Amelia Links, designed by Pete Dye and Bobby Weed, is a 36-hole configuration including two signature courses, Oak Marsh and Ocean Links. The Oak Marsh Golf Course is a classic Pete Dye with tight … Read More
Amelia River Golf Club is renowned as one of the best-conditioned courses in the area. Smooth TifEagle greens, sculpted around a forest of majestic live oaks, sabal palms, southern pines and wax myrtles make it as beautiful to play as it is challenging. The course consists of 18 challenging holes where ball control and accuracy … Read More
As home of the World Golf Hall of Fame, THE PLAYERS Championship, PGA TOUR and Champions Tour, Northeast Florida, known as Florida’s First Coast, offers some of the world’s finest golf courses and resorts. Special golf packages are available year-round.
The Golf Club at North Hampton is carved into the natural surroundings and framed by spring-fed lakes lined with coquina boulders and the wild grass and rolling dunes capture the feel of a Scottish links-style course. Ornamented with bridges and man-made dunes, the rolling, high elevation course offers a perfect combination of the area’s natural … Read More
One of the most popular municipal golf courses in the Southeast, the Fernandina Beach Golf Club offers a golf escape that is just a short distance from Jacksonville and South Georgia. The Club welcomes special events such as weddings, banquets, parties, and meetings.
The course at The Golf Club of Amelia Island is rich in natural wonders-and in pure golfing pleasure. Designed by PGA-TOUR Veterans Mark McCumber and Gene Littler, this 18-hole course exemplifies the essence of the game of golf. With challenges to put you to the test, it remains for-giving enough to remind you that golf … Read More