Golf at The Ford Field & River Club is more than just playing a game—it provides players a one-of-a-kind connection with the unique riverfront setting, one another and the native wildlife. This is no accident, of course. Designed by World Golf Hall of Fame legend Pete Dye in 1987 and redesigned by Dye again in 2014, our 250-acre golf course pays homage to and utilizes the natural surroundings of the Georgia Lowcountry throughout its 18 holes. In this video, Ryan Skipton, PGA and Director of Golf at The Ford, touches on the history of golf at The Ford, why it’s a favorite pastime and much, much more.
Just Enough Away
from it All
While The Ford feels worlds away from the everyday, adventures and protected coastlines are close by. Find shops and essential conveniences in the neighboring Richmond Hill, or explore the cobblestone streets of Savannah, miles of nearby beaches and the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge.