The Oakridge course features water, bunkers, marsh, and a split-level fairway next to a path along the Intracoastal waterway.


Oakridge is a marvel in many ways, and that’s exactly how designer Arthur Hills wanted it to be. After his success with The Landings Golf & Athletic Club’s Palmetto course, Hills was asked to design a unique experience for Landings golfers. The result? Oakridge.

Debuting in 1988, Oakridge’s length is moderate, but Hills’ use of water, bunkers, marsh, and his famous split-level fairways makes this course one of the sportiest on the island.

The course is also marked with a little bit of history. The 15th hole, known locally as “the Cemetery,” looks over Waters Cemetery, a U.S. archaeological site. This is where Alice “Elcy” Waters, wife of John Waters, a prominent planter and landowner, and her son Thomas reside in perpetuity. To many it is The Landings Golf & Athletic Club’s trademark hole.

Spanish moss hangs from a tree in the foreground overlooking one of the lagoons on the Oakridge golf course.

Oakridge Details

Architect:Arthur Hills
Stats:6,603 Yards / Par 72
Location:11 Westcross Road
Savannah, GA 31411

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