Sea Island Planning Guide (PDF)
With four Forbes Five-Star experiences, Sea Island entices families, outdoor and activity enthusiasts, conference attendees and those just wanting to refresh and recharge. As the only U.S. resort to host a G8 Summit of world leaders, Sea Island provides exceptional settings and service for conferences and executive retreats. Today’s guests enjoy 5 miles of private beach, a Beach Club, tennis and squash centers, Yacht Club, Shooting School, an ezceptional children’s program, creative programming, and a myriad of outdoor activities that celebrate Sea Island’s natural setting as a barrier island on the coast of Georgia.
Steeped in golf tradition, Sea Island is home to three championship golf courses, including, Seaside and Plantation, home of the PGA TOUR’s RSM Classic, as well as the nation’s finest Golf Performance Center. More than two dozen touring professionals live and/or train at Sea Island.
Guests of Sea Island may choose from a variety of accommodation options. The Lodge is located between two of Sea Island’s three championship golf courses at the Sea Island Golf Club, offering golf and ocean views. A few minutes away, more casual accommodations are available at The Inn at Sea Island. Multiple dining options range from casual, overlooking the ocean or river, to Georgia’s only Forbe’s Five-Star restaurant.
To book your stay at The Lodge or The Inn at Sea Island, or for more information on booking a Cottage, please contact Mary Poppe directly: email@example.com
Sea Island’s most dramatic layout, Seaside is routinely ranked among the top 100 courses in the United States. Beautifully manicured fairways and greens, sweeping dunes mixed with native grasses, wildflowers, and bunkers. And a wind that creates a different golf experience daily. Seaside is an ocean-side links course that combines a beautiful natural setting with a golf course that is both challenging and fun. It’s tough to have a bad day on a course like this.
A Tom Fazio re-design of the 1929 classic by famous golf course architects Harry S. Colt and Charles Alison, today’s course ties the original Seaside with the old Marshside course, transforming two nines from “18 holes that didn’t match into 18 matchless holes,” according to Sea Island touring professional Davis Love III. Along with the Plantation Course, it is the home of the PGA TOUR’s RSM Classic, a FedEx cup event hosted by Love.