Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is at the same time rewarding and maddening – and it is without a doubt the greatest game mankind has ever invented. Arnold Palmer
Grand Island is an 18 hole links course designed by Marbury Engineering in 1995. The Lee County Board of Commissioners took ownership of the course in 2002 making this the first public golf facility in Lee County.
The course features finely manicured fairways, bermuda greens, and strategically placed bunkers all set along side South Georgia Pines. Golfers and nature enthusiasts alike delight in the natural beauty and calming wildlife that surround the golf course.
The Proshop stocks golf’s most popular brands of apparel and equipment and is the largest green grass FootJoy dealer in the area.
Planning a tournament or golf outing?
Businesses and charitable organizations take advantage of golf outings to create new connections and raise money. We treat your guests as our guests, and our personnel and facilities come together to ensure that your event – whether competitive or not – is a success! Grand Island Club holds several business and charitable events each year. Our knowledgeable staff is ready and willing to make your event everything you want it to be – successful, fun, and worry-free.
Golf outings at Grand Island Club benefit from:
- Flexible, customized packages for organizations or groups large and small
- Experienced and friendly staff attending to every aspect of your event
- Exceptional greens and fairways
- Easily accessible location
Click on the Tournament Worksheet link below for assistance in planning your event. Print off the form, fill it out and fax to us at 229-878-6882. We will review your information and call you to discuss and schedule your event.
Local Rules Print Version of Course Layout and Local Rules
USGA rules govern play except where modified by local rules.
|White Stakes:||Out of Bounds|
|Red Stakes:||Lateral Hazard|
All yardage marker measurements are to the center of the greens.
- Proper attire must be worn on club grounds.
- Each player must have their own clubs and bag.
- No personal coolers (beverages must be purchased at course).