Built in 1999, Sapelo Hammock was the first solo effort of designer Rusty Simmons.
Featuring 18 holes of championship golf with five sets of tees, Sapelo Hammock was designed to satisfy the needs of golfers of any skill level. In fact, the layout was ranked among the "Top 100 Courses" by Golf for Women magazine.
Sapelo Hammock is located on a scenic bluff overlooking oak-lined fairways and lush, undulating greens. The course was built along 200 acres of beautiful marshes, stunning live oaks and loblolly Pine filled land.
Though relatively tame, the front nine ends with a demanding par-5.
The back nine is highlighted by the difficult par-3 17th, Sapelo Hammock's signature hole. The 189-yard hole features a natural island hammock.
Sapelo Hammock is only a 30-minute drive from Savannah, Brunswick, St. Simon Island, Hinesville and Richmond Hill, Georgia.
Timber Rattler tees: 6869 yards, par 72, course rating 73.6, slope rating 134.
Cedar tees: 6,336 yards, par 72, course rating 70.9, slope rating 129.
Live Oak tees: 5,932 yards, par 72, course rating 68.7, slope rating 124.
Spanish Moss tees: 5,431 yards, par 72, course rating 66.3, slope rating 117.
Spanish Moss (W) tees: 5,431 yards, par 72, course rating 71.5, slope rating 122.
Marsh (W) tees: 4,907 yards, par 72, course rating 68.2, slope rating 114.
$21 (cart included), played on Friday, March 2014 at noon
Played 3 days on their Stay and Play package. The price is very nice for what you get. The greens are by far the best putting surface I have been on in some time.
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