Rates & Membership

Course Rates

18 Hole Courses (Indian Mound, Oleander, & Pine Lakes)

  • 18-holes riding:
    • 8 a.m. – 12 p.m: $75
    • 12 p.m. – 2 p.m: $55
    • 2 p.m: $50
  • Junior (age 15 & under) 18-holes riding: $30
  • 18-holes walking: $40
  • Junior (age 15 & under) 18-holes walking: $20

9 Hole Course (Great Dunes) – Closed Wednesdays

  • 9-holes riding: $45
  • 9-holes walking: $25
  • Junior (age 15 & under): $15

Driving Range: $5

  • Tokens (30 balls)

Tee Time Policies

  • Prices subject to change and subject to Georgia sales tax
  • A valid credit card is needed to book a tee time and guarantee reservations
  • Tournament rates apply to players ages 16 years old and up
  • All fees are due upon arrival at the course and should be paid with one payment
  • Cancellation Policy: At least 48 hours notice must be given to cancel or make changes to a tee time. You may do this during business hours, either in person or by phone. Please call 912.635.2368 for tee time changes or cancellations for Indian Mound, Pine Lakes, and Oleander. Please call 912.635.2170 for tee time changes or cancellations for Great Dunes. If the change or cancellation is not made within this time frame, the credit card holder is responsible for all applicable charges and will be automatically billed the agreed-upon rate for all players booked under the reservation. Changes or cancellations cannot be made on the website.


Memberships are not available for purchase at this time. Please check back later.

Rules & Dress Code

  • Soft spikes are required on the golf course at all times
  • Metal spikes are not permitted
  • Golf shirts with collars, mock turtlenecks, and sleeves are required
  • Sleeveless shirts are appropriate for women
  • Sportswear and tank tops/halter tops are not permitted
  • Golf trousers or golf skirts are required, and shorts must be tailored to Bermuda length, or be golf trousers

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