The third and final course on Jekyll Island, “Oleander”. Some say it is the toughest of the three courses, with tight tree-lined fairways and very small greens!

Generally thought of as the most difficult course on Jekyll Island, Oleander also has the honor of being the oldest Island link, serving as the host course for the Georgia Open during its four-year Jekyll run. Designed by one of the most respected course architects in the game, Dick Wilson, Oleander is known as the most distinct of the Island’s three 18-hole courses. Now you can enjoy this amazing golf course in TGC 2019.

Though from its fairway the course is not particularly a difficult layout, it is considered tightly designed, with ocean breezes and short grasses providing a challenge to golfers of all skill levels.