Amelia Marsh Golf Package
Nestled on 1,350 acres at the tip of a barrier island off the Florida coast, this beautiful resort offers luxurious oceanfront accommodations with unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean, world-class resort pools, championship golf, and a full-service spa. Whether you prefer to stroll 3.5 miles of pristine beach, spend the day kayaking through Amelia Island’s preserved marshlands or tee off on one of the award-winning golf courses, you’ll never run out of adventure in this idyllic destination. Named a “Top 121 Golf Resort in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler, this resort is home to two incredible championship courses. And, it was recently selected as the home of Golf Channel’s “Big Break: Florida.”
About the Area
A skilled culinary team along with cuisine inspired by the region’s culture and ingredients have earned Omni Amelia Island Resort a reputation for excellence in Florida resort dining. With nine restaurants to choose from, the resort provides guests with a wide range of offerings from casual to fine dining, for couples, business gatherings and families alike.
From the moment you step inside the spa at Omni Amelia Island Resort, you’ll have the opportunity to enter a relaxation area and garden, perfect for before and after your treatments. Enjoy our vast array of herbal teas and organic citrus water, then rejuvenate with our men’s and women’s spa treatments that include couple massages, facials and steam showers as well as our signature Sea Salt and Sand Package and Tropical Blossom Ritual.
Enjoy two magnificent pools, a splash park, tiered lounge seating for sun-seekers and food & beverage service. Nestled within the pool grounds, two hot tubs and three fire features offer spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. An adult-only infinity edge pool offers the ideal setting to relax and unwind. Located on the upper deck, it provides the most stunning views of all! The vast family-friendly pool and splash park, perfect for toddlers and small children, are located on the lower deck, providing the perfect space for carefree frolicking and playful water games.
The Oak Marsh Golf Course is one of the truly classic Pete Dye-designed golf courses in the world. The course, built in 1972 shortly after the completion of the Harbour Town Golf Links at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is noted for its tight fairways and small greens, meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks and through the moss draped heritage oaks for which Amelia Island is famous.
At par 72, this 6,500-yard course has 14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulk-headed greens. A variety of bunkers are placed throughout the course to add to the challenge, and a natural approach has been maintained as well with the use of coquina shell cart paths, native plant life and preserved habitats for the local wildlife. Walking is allowed after 4:00 p.m.
Completed in 1987, Tom Fazio’s award-winning design challenges golfers with natural hazards, tight fairways and elevated greens. The rolling fairways wind through three spectacular and distinctive settings: the magnificent marshes, the thick oak and pine forest, and the scenic oceanfront dunes. Long Point’s character is shaped by natural waste bunkers, large undulating greens and our very distinctive back-to-back oceanfront par 3s. In addition, the course demands that the golfers shot carry the water hazard on eight occasions. Many of these holes leave the casual observer with breathtaking views of the Amelia River and expansive salt marshes.
Long Point is a par 72 course with a back-tee yardage of 6,775 yards. It has been acclaimed as one of the “Top 50 Courses in Florida” by Golfweek and one of the “Best Places to Play” by Golf Digest. The Florida Women’s Amateur, Men’s U.S. Open and U.S. Amateur qualifiers have been held here in the past, in addition to numerous Amelia Island Club events and championships.
Let’s talk numbers: 27 holes; 7,740 yards long; 7 cliff-side holes dropping 300 feet to the Chavón River below; and breathtaking 360 views. By our calculations Pete Dye’s masterpiece, Dye Fore, has a winning formula. Characterized by spectacular views of the Dominican mountains, the Chavón River, the Marina, and Altos de Chavón, this challenging cliff-side course is a delight for players of all levels.
Now some more numbers for you: 12 and 15—two of the greatest par three holes in the world; 5 the amount of holes on the Lagos course with lakes in play; and 1 the number of strokes it takes to get started on the round of a lifetime.