Long Point at Amelia Island Club
Long Point at Amelia Island Club features a unique landscape that provides golfers with the opportunity to play through salt marshes, centuries-old oaks and pines, and oceanfront dunes. Designed by Tom Fazio, the golf course is known for its natural waste bunkers, large undulating greens, and the distinctive back-to-front par 3s that face the Atlantic.
There are also rolling fairways and 15 water hazards throughout the golf course. Although it is a demanding test, players are rewarded with a beautiful landscape and scenic views of the Ocean and the Amelia River.
|White (W)||72||5445 yards||72.6||127|
|Green (W)||72||4842 yards||69.3||118|
|Gold M: 73.1/137||537||410||221||432||160||515||378||400||436||3489||412||515||340||366||344||163||162||397||491||3190||6679|
|Blue M: 70.8/132||499||369||188||399||145||478||372||372||387||3209||382||497||320||349||332||147||143||378||481||3029||6238|
|Black M: 69.0/125||458||354||166||370||134||468||347||297||340||2934||345||467||314||340||323||138||132||338||471||2868||5802|
|Black/White M: 67.9/121||458||332||154||342||134||425||347||281||340||2813||333||467||287||340||323||129||132||338||428||2777||5590|
|White M: 67.3/119 W: 72.6/127||442||332||154||342||124||425||336||281||312||2748||333||453||287||328||308||129||110||321||428||2697||5445|
|White/Green M: 65.8/115 W: 70.8/122||385||279||139||342||124||425||282||281||312||2569||291||453||287||273||308||121||110||308||391||2542||5111|
|Green M: 64.5/113 W: 69.3/118||385||279||139||309||111||374||282||265||300||2444||294||411||222||273||270||121||108||308||391||2398||4842|
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Best Course on Amelia Island
Long Point is certainly the best golf course on Amelia and is what I consider to be my 2nd home course. While the golf course has fantastic conditions, there are a few members that didn’t like having me and another player walking the course. However, besides that, I have always enjoyed practicing and playing at LP. The front 9 has some good views and is much easier to walk. However, the back 9 has 2 oceanside par 3s, which are always a treat. Even though the back 9 is tougher to walk, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17 are all fantastic golf holes and I always get excited thinking about playing them. I also think the 12th tee box is my favorite spot on Amelia Island. While it’s a bit pricey, it’s tough to beat anywhere in north Florida.
If You Can Play This Course, Pony Up the Money and Play It!
I would recommend to anyone staying at AIP or the Ritz and wants to golf; pony up the money and play this course. The conditions are amazing and the greens are lightning. Likely the fastest I've played in Florida. Some of the holes are designed a little goofy, but the views are spectacular. 2 oceanfront holes that may be short and quirky, but the views are awesome. So, fork over the $180 and play this track at least once! The director of golf is a great guy too as is the folks behind the bar.