Jekyll Island's longest course, Pine Lakes, was originally designed and built in 1968 and was completely renovated in 2002. Pine Lakes is a veritable masterpiece that meanders through ocean forests and undisturbed hammocks populated by migratory birds. The original Dick Wilson/Joe Lee design was completely renovated in 2002 by course architect Clyde Johnston who designed Southerness Golf Club in Atlanta. Johnston took what was near perfection and added his vision and flare – new lakes and bunkers, redesigned greens and drainage improvements made Pine Lakes one of many people's Jekyll Island favorites. During the course design Clyde Johnston incorporated "Family Friendly" tee boxes, making it one of the only courses in America that allows players of all ages to compete evenly. Due to these tee boxes, Jekyll Island is the official host of the annual US Kids Golf Jekyll Island Cup every March.
|White (Rockefeller) (Men)||6303||72||70.0||125|
|Gold (Gould) (Men)||5810||72||67.7||119|
|Gold (Gould) (Women)||5810||72||73.0||118|
|Red (Maurice) (Men)||4975||72||64.2||106|
|Red (Rockefeller) (Women)||4975||72||68.5||113|