Water Hazard: 14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulkheaded greens
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: Open for breakfast and lunch
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
Bar: Full range of alcoholic beverages
Showers: Men's Showers only
Driving Range: Yes
Putting Greens: Yes
Chipping Range: Yes
Club Rentals: Yes, starting $60.00 + tax.
Directions to Amelia Island Oak Marsh
95 / A1A East (exit 373) intersection:
Take A1A east for approximately 11 miles to Amelia Island
Parkway (turn right at 1st traffic light, just over
Intracoastal Waterway Bridge). Go 3. 4 miles to the traffic
light and turn right. Go . 7 miles to the roundabout and
follow Route A1A South. Go 2. 7 miles to the resort entrance
on the left (third roundabout on the left). Follow signs to
*** Please note, if you are scheduled to play golf on your
day of arrival, you must checkin at the hotel or reception
center first to pick up your amenity cards and leave a
credit card for incidentals before proceeding to the
Jacksonville Golf Course/Lodging Map
Click on the name of the golf course or hotel to see it on the map.
Amelia Island Oak Marsh Reviews (3)
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Debbie (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Very nice golf course. Well maintained. Outstanding staff.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the Oak Marsh Course. While it didn't have the gorgeous beach front holes like the Ocean Links Course, it was scenic in its own right. Despite being longer than Ocean Links, I found it 'easier' as the fairways were wider and the greens less torturous.
Martin (Chicago, IL)
Very nice course. A bit difficult to find off the main road. The staff was very attentive and made our play quite enjoyable.
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Valid 12/1/2017 - 8/31/2018
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Tight fairways and smallish greens place a premium on accuracy and strategy. Pete Dye displays his mastery throughout the course which has fourteen holes with water hazards and numerous bulkhead greens. A variety of bunkers are strategicallly placed throughout the course to add to the challenge.
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Classic Pete Dye designed golf course.Tight fairways & small greens, meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks.14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulk-headed greens.