The Landings Club - Deer Creek Course
|Tournament/Club Combo||72||6262 yards||71.3||131|
|Club/Medal Combo||72||5809 yards||69.2||125|
|Medal (W)||72||5581 yards||72.6||134|
|Medal/Deer Creek Long Combo (W)||72||5333 yards||71.8||128|
|Medal/Deer Creek Long Combo||72||5333 yards||66.8||122|
|Deer Creek||72||5154 yards||65.8||120|
|Deer Creek (W)||72||5154 yards||70.6||127|
|Deer Creek Short (W)||72||5010 yards||69.5||123|
|Deer Creek/Skidaway (W)||72||4515 yards||66.6||115|
|Skidaway (W)||72||3808 yards||62.5||110|
|Championship M: 75.1/143||396||189||551||385||320||580||396||201||446||3464||449||388||188||443||525||442||405||197||593||3630||7094|
|Tournament M: 72.3/133||383||181||525||353||284||551||368||172||408||3225||386||355||158||411||479||406||363||187||544||3289||6514|
|Club M: 70.1/127||355||160||441||320||264||508||358||152||373||2931||352||333||134||396||460||373||351||163||488||3050||5981|
|Medal M: 67.7/124 W: 72.6/134||336||132||427||307||244||475||347||126||343||2737||339||311||111||381||428||362||315||149||448||2844||5581|
|Deer Creek M: 65.8/120 W: 70.6/127||301||113||398||284||212||463||307||116||333||2527||311||292||99||350||417||317||272||135||434||2627||5154|
|Skidaway W: 62.3/110||170||100||330||229||170||350||180||95||255||1879||220||185||90||260||330||185||170||108||345||1893||3772|
Food & BeverageFood & Beverage
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Korn Ferry Course on a golfer’s island
Full disclosure - about six months ago I became a full time resident on Skidaway Island where The Landings is located and this course is one of the reasons why I moved.
Of the six courses at The Landings, this is my favorite. I’ve heard it described as the young man’s course. It’s long and there’s way less shade than on the other courses here. It’s almost links style in a GA sort of way. It winds through the marsh on the north west side of the island and it has some fantastic views scattered around the layout. There’s a couple holes where gators frequent, and there’s always a decent possibility to see some massive bird of prey like an eagle watching you get Fazio’d by a collection area or an undulating green.
This is now the site of the Korn Ferry Tour’s (formerly Web.com Tour’s) Savannah Golf Championship in the spring, and it’s an amazing time.
The clubhouse and pro shop staff are amazing as are most of the staff at the Landings. Always friendly and wanting to know how your day is going, the place makes you want to join the club. This was the club where Jim (who has since moved on to a new position in Arkansas) remembered me from six months prior because we were both New England fans, and where Pete is always asking me to join him in a round (so he can out drive me by 100 yards).
If you get a chance to come to the SGC or to play the course yourself, absolutely jump at it. It won’t be an easy round, but you’ll have a fantastic time.