Ford Plantation Golf Club
Named one of the top seven safe havens in the country by Town & Country magazine, this 1,800-acre private community on the banks of the Ogeechee River offers a select few members the best of every day. Along side Pete Dye golf, sport fishing, riding, shooting and fine dining, a relaxed southern lifestyle provides a respite from the outside world, among acres of protected wetlands, abundant wildlife and the serenity of graceful Live Oaks. Ford’s story is told through simple details and personal interactions on every level. It’s a lifestyle you won’t find anywhere else.
Playing 7,400 yards from the tips, Ford’s members wanted a course that was fun for golfers at every level. What Dye created was one of 2014’s greatest restorations. And it folds perfectly into the way golf is played at Ford. Members play without even the thought of a tee time. If your idea of fun is facing a real challenge, by all means head to the black tees. If you you just want to enjoy the beauty of the course, play the spectacular back nine in the late afternoon with its breathtaking views and epic wildlife.
It’s Not Just Our Opinion. Golfweek named it to its “Top 100 Best Residential Courses 2016,” Golf Digest and Golf Magazine called it one of the “Best New Golf Courses in America,” and Links Magazine named it “Best Renovation (Private) 2014.”