Golf Travel Guide

Amelia Island

Ranked Top in the US

LINKS Magazine Named Amelia Island one of the "TOP 25 GOLF ISLANDS IN THE WORLD."
(It was the only destination in the United States to make the list.)

"From the local's favorite, Fernandina Beach Golf Club, to the Golf Club at North Hampton, Amelia National, Amelia River Golf Club and the courses at the Plantation, golfers of every skill level can enjoy top notch facilities throughout the links of Amelia Island bordering natural marshes and stunning oak lined fairways. Take time to visit the First Coast of Florida. You will be amazed [at] all it has to offer."

- From Florida Golf Central, By David Daubert

Amelia Island

Golf Course
Listings

See detailed information on each of the 5 distinct golf courses on Amelia Island, plus courses just off the island and those along Florida's First Coast, one of the country's premier golfing destinations.

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Tour Our Golf Courses

Take a photo tour of the varied terrain of our golf courses: Amelia River Golf Club, Fernandina Beach Golf Club, The Golf Club of Amelia Island Plantation, Omni Amelia Island Plantation's Ocean Links and Oak Marsh (plus the exclusive Long Point), The Golf Club at North Hampton and Amelia National.

 

Exclusive Packages

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Find Tee Times

Check tee times at local golf courses on and off Amelia Island.

Amelia Island

Where to
Eat & Drink

After a day on the golf course, check out our Food & Wine Travel Guide for new restaurants and culinary events.

Amelia Island

Island
Weather

With abundant sunshine and mild temperatures year round, it's always a perfect time to visit Amelia Island.

Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.