Jekyll Island is six miles off the Georgia coast, midway between Savannah, GA, and Jacksonville, FL, and just minutes off Interstate 95. When you arrive, you'll find the hustle and stress of everyday life seem to drift away through the moss-draped live oaks and swaying pines. Forget traffic, crowds, neon signs and high-rise buildings. On Jekyll Island, you'll find a safe environment with an inviting combination of resort amenities in an unspoiled barrier island setting.
Named one of "America's Top 100 Golf Communities," by Travel+Leisure Golf magazine for three consecutive years, Reynolds Plantation has continued to be a superior setting for innovative luxury living with a genuine touch of its American and Victorian heritage. Once a sublime hunting and fishing retreat for the Reynolds family, located 75 miles east of Atlanta, this 8,000-acre gently rolling lakeside residential community overlooks the majestic Lake Oconee, Georgia's second-largest lake. A community resort that provides a variety of lavish accommodations and ninety-nine award-winning holes of championship golf layouts designed by legends like Bob Cupp, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Rees Jones, Jim Engh and Pete Dye. No wonder Reynolds Plantation is always the number one choice of golfers in Georgia, make it also yours today!
Located along the Atlantic Coast, Sea Island is distinguished as being one of the four Golden Isles of Georgia. It is almost 60 miles north of Jacksonville, FL. and 60 miles south of Savannah, GA. The island was privately purchased by Howard E. Coffin in 1911 and golf was introduced to the area by 1927. Rees Jones and Tom Fazio - two of the most distinguished golf course architects in the world - reconstructed the courses in 1999 to produce the luxurious greens that are played on today. Recently, Sea Island has become host to the McGladrey Classic of the FedEx Cup since it was started in 2010. With over 80 years of strong traditions, Sea Island will give families and friends memories never to be forgotten.