Golf Improvements Plan

Golf Improvements Plan

Assessment and Recommendations

National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc. (NGF) was retained by the Jekyll Island Authority to provide an update to the NGF’s comprehensive operational and economic review of the Authority’s public-access golf facility completed in 2017.

This 2022 update is designed to provide the Authority with an up-to-date strategic review of the golf club, with evaluation of proposed property enhancements in light of new economic and market realities. The following report details findings and recommendations on the Jekyll Island Golf Club, with analysis of the physical and economic condition of the club and its market environment.

Prepared by National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc.

Public Input

Public comments were accepted online from April 12 at 12:00 p.m. to April 26 at 12:00 p.m.

The public is encouraged to provide a public comment directly to the Board during the public comment period at any Board meeting.

Public comments have closed.

Past Meetings

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Location: Jekyll Island Convention Center
Time: Following Board of Directors’ Regular Meeting
Meeting Audio: Listen »

Golf Master Plan Report

In 2019, the Jekyll Island Authority issued a Golf Course Master Plan Request for Proposal (RFP 356). The overall objective was to create a Golf Course Master Plan that would provide direction to ensure the future success of golf on Jekyll Island. The plan was developed while taking into account a number of factors including current course conditions, modern-day trends, operational budgets, economic performance, conservation, recreation, educational opportunities, NGF assessment, as well as programs currently in place specific to Jekyll Island. The plan provides overall direction which allows Jekyll Island to identify potential options that are present in order for the Jekyll Island Golf Club to become financially sustainable. The final report of the plan in its entirety is available below.

Prepared by Vincent Design

Additional Documents