Sea Island Golf Club to Host Multiple GSGA Competitions

The GSGA continues its storied relationship with Sea Island Golf Club as it develops long range plans for future GSGA Championships. We are pleased to announce that Sea Island Golf Club has agreed to host the following statewide championships over the coming years:

2024 Georgia Girls' Championship​
2026 Georgia Women's Amateur Championship
2028 Georgia Amateur Championship


“The GSGA is thrilled to enter into a long range agreement with Sea Island Golf Club to bring some of the state's premier championships to the Golden Isles region, culminating with the 107th Georgia Amateur Championship in 2028 to celebrate the 100th birthday of Sea Island. The incredible facility, picturesque setting and first class hospitality are standards that are hard to achieve and Sea Island excels across the board. It will be an absolute pleasure to continue to strengthen the bond between the club, the GSGA and amateur golf over the next decade."
- Jeff Fages, Senior Director of Rules and Competitions, GSGA

"Sea Island is excited to host the 2024 Georgia Girls' Championship, 2026 Georgia Women's Amateur Championship and 2028 Georgia Amateur Championship, celebrating our centennial anniversary. Our relationship with the GSGA as been strong for more than 90 years and our commitment to amateur golf is part of our mission at Sea Island."
- Brannen Veal, Director of Golf, Sea Island Golf Club

Host Club Information

The dedication to golf at Sea Island Golf Club began in 1928, with the development of four 9-hole courses. In 1998, the resort began a significant golf redesign, resulting in the 18-hole Plantation Course by Rees Jones, followed by the 18-hole Seaside Course by Tom Fazio in 1999, and finally the 18-hole Retreat Course in 2001 by Davis and Mark Love. Davis and Mark redesigned the Plantation Course in 2019, the same year that the resort opened the all-new, 17,000 square-foot Golf Performance Center, with the latest cutting-edge technology, exceptional facilities and instruction, and the 18-hole Speedway Putting Course.

Since 2001, the Jones Cup Invitational has been played at Ocean Forest Golf Club on Sea Island, an annual amateur tournament that brings together the finest amateurs from the U.S. and abroad. In addition, the Sea Island Golf Club now hosts the Sea Island Women's Amateur, the Jones Cup Junior and Senior Invitationals. 

Over the years, the Sea Island Golf Club has hosted multiple GSGA Championships, including the Georgia Amateur Championship (1931, 1939, 1989, 1998, 2015), Georgia Women's Amateur Championship (1931), Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship (1993), Georgia Senior Four-Ball Championship (1994), Georgia Super Senior Four-Ball Championship (2018), Georgia Top 60 Women's Classic (2003), Georgia Junior Championship (2009), Georgia Mixed Team Championship (2021), Georgia-South Carolina Girls' Junior Challenge Match (2008, 2020) and the Georgia-South Carolina Junior Challenge Match (2004).

The club has hosted the Southeastern Conference Championship each year since 2001, and since 2010 has welcomed the world's best at the RSM Classic, a PGA TOUR FedEx Cup event.


The Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) is the governing body of golf in Georgia and serves as an Allied Golf Association to the United States Golf Association (USGA). Membership in the GSGA is open to all golfers, facilities and golf clubs throughout the state. Golfers that join the GSGA have access to invaluable resources that allow them to advance their knowledge of the game and numerous opportunities to play in both competitive and fun, casual events. By becoming a member of the GSGA, you will be joining a community that includes more than 350 clubs and 80,000 golfers who all have one thing in common: a passion for the game of golf.