Renovations at The Landings Club, Savannah

The Landings Club

Everything about The Landings Club seems larger than life. Located just 12 miles south of historic Savannah on a 6,500-acre barrier island, this private residential club offers its members six golf courses, two deep-water marinas, 33 tennis courts, five restaurants with exceptional cuisine, five swimming pools, an innovative fitness and wellness center, 30 miles of walking and biking trails, and more than 100 residents’ clubs and groups. A $25 million Capital Plan will revitalize the Club, yielding a new 23,500-square-foot clubhouse, a fast-casual dining facility, and a fitness expansion.

What sets The Landings Club apart from other super-sized communities is that you can reach everything by golf cart (the preferred mode of travel) in 10–15 minutes. That kind of proximity to its impressive list of amenities gives an intimacy to the community that its members relish. They also enjoy the natural and unspoiled beauty that accompanies island life, plus easy access to culturally rich Savannah’s first-class restaurants, art galleries, theater, and major hospitals.

The Landings Club
A new fast-casual dining restaurant will be built at the Franklin Creek Clubhouse

 

Choosing which course to play may be your most taxing activity of the day. With names like Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, Arthur Hills, and Willard Byrd to choose from, you can’t go wrong. The golf courses are all certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries and are set against a backdrop of rich tidal creeks, saltwater marshes, and hardwood forests. Fazio’s Deer Creek course will be home to the PGA Web.com Savannah Golf Championship beginning in March 2018.

Don’t miss… As part of a major new investment, Franklin Creek, the family-centric clubhouse, will soon add a new fast-casual dining facility and an enhanced pool complex with child’s splash pad and zero entry point.

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