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100 Tabbystone
St. Simons Island
Georgia
31522
 
Tel: (912) 634-0255
Fax: (912) 634-0264


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Golf at The Hampton Club



Owned and operated by The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort, the renowned King and Prince Golf Course is known for its emerald, manicured fairways, ancient forests, vast salt marshes, dramatic island holes, PGA instruction and comfortable clubhouse overlooking the vast lake that adds to the challenge of the course’s 9th hole. With its warm and welcoming clubhouse and exceptional staff, The King and Prince Golf Course is the perfect location for your next coastal Georgia golf vacation.

The celebrated character of this award-winning course is the extraordinary beauty that unfolds in harmony with the challenges of one of coastal Georgia's great courses. Designed by renowned architect Joe Lee, the King and Prince Golf Course’s signature is the group of four spectacular holes gently carved from small coastal marsh islands and accessed by 800-feet of elevated cart bridges. This bold and brilliant design marks the highlight of the back nine, but Lee’s genius extends through the entire 18-hole, Par 72 course as it bends around towering oaks, along large areas of salt marshes, and across lakes and lagoons.


Clubhouse & Amenities

The King and Prince Golf Course clubhouse is the welcoming, low-county centerpiece for your enjoyment before and after your rounds. Our staff is always pleased to assist members and guests with tee-time scheduling, equipment needs, group activities, instruction and special requests.

Guest and member amenities within the Clubhouse complex include:
• Complete pro shop with an array of equipment and apparel
• PGA-certified instruction
• Dining Room (serving lunch and dinner on Friday nights)
• Men's and Ladies Locker Rooms
• Curbside Bag Assistance
• Bag Storage and Club Rentals
• Driving Range
• Putting Green
• At-the-Turn Snack and Beverage Service
• Swim & Tennis Facility


The Course

The King and Prince Golf Course occupies some of coastal Georgia's most beautiful acreage. And most historic. The site was once home to Hampton Plantation, an 18th century, antebellum plantation where cotton, indigo and rice dominated. And now at The Hampton Club, golf is king.

Opened in August of 1989, the course was designed by renowned architect Joe Lee, considered a master at coaxing brilliant design from the landscape. However, as Lee walked the land in early 1988, we grew concerned that the site might not support the layout he planned. Noticing a small cluster of marsh islands located across a small tidal creek just west of the Plantation's high ground, Lee's skills in creative land use envisioned a bold stroke of genius that would become the King and Prince Golf Course’s signature.
Today, golfers literally go out of bounds along 800-feet of elevated, marsh-traversing cart bridges to experience play on four spectacular holes gently carved from the marsh islands. While these four signature holes highlight play on the King and Prince Golf Course’s back nine, the entire 18-hole, Par 72 course combines for an experience that always finds it on golf's "must-play" lists on the Florida to Myrtle Beach circuit.

Joe Lee's tour de force design bends around towering oaks, along large areas of saltmarsh, and across lakes and lagoons. In 1993, the course underwent a dramatic fine-tuning that solidified its place among the south's finest courses.

Owned and operated by The King and Prince Beach Golf Resort, it is located along the ocean near the southern end of St. Simons Island. One travel magazine recently referred to the combination of this luxury seaside resort with caliber of golf at the King and Prince Golf Course, "the perfect vacation two-step."


A Legend at the Ocean’s Edge on St. Simons Island, Georgia


The The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort on St. Simons Island, Georgia welcomes you to its oceanfront pleasures. Voted one of “America’s 10 Best Islands” by AOL Travel one of “America’s 10 Best Winter Beach Retreats” by Yahoo Travel, the Resort invites you to leave your cares on the mainland and fill your senses with the pleasures of sun and sea. This historic seaside retreat combines southern hospitality and energetic pleasures in a setting acclaimed by guests since its opening as a dance club in 1935. This is the vacation or meeting destination that will linger in your memory as the best of times.