1091 Clubhouse Dr, off Linger Longer Rd,
Greensboro, Georgia GA 30642
Office+1 (888) 298 3119
Pro shop+1 (706) 467 1135
Fax+1 (706) 467 1299
Golf proRyan MacNeill (Head Professional)
AcademyReynolds Golf Academy, led by Charlie King; adjacent to Reynolds Lake Oconee's Oconee course.
18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Undulating terrain.
Woodland and residential.
Robert "Bob" Cupp
Reynolds Lake Oconee is home to the following courses (all 18-hole, par-72 unless stated otherwise): Preserve course (Bob Cupp, 1988, 6674 yds); Landing course (Bob Cupp, 1986, 7048 yds); Great Waters course (Jack Nicklaus, 1992, 7073 yds); 27-hole National course (Tom Fazio, 1997, Bluff-Cove combination 7034 yds) and Oconee course (Rees Jones, 2002, 7029 yds). There are also two private courses: Creek Club (Jim Engh, 2007, 7079 yds) and Richland Club (Pete Dye, under construction).
80 miles E of Atlanta.
Reynolds Lake Oconee (Preserve course): The Preserve (formerly known as the Plantation course) is a well-rated and always popular golf course. The Preserve takes advantage of the natural, rolling topography with the end result being an enjoyably playable course. The back tees are challenging enough for low handicappers and forward tees forgiving enough for beginners. The layout reopened in 2016 after being renovated by original designer Bob Cupp.
Spread around the extensive lakeside and residential development of Reynolds Lake Oconee are 117-holes of golf, contained in five public-access courses and the members-only Creek Club course. A second private course is planned/in development and will be known as the Richland Club.
The Reynolds Lake Oconee courses have been designed and crafted by a veritable Who's Who of great course architects, including: Jack Nicklaus (Great Waters), Bob Cupp (The Landing and The Preserve), Tom Fazio (27-hole National course), Rees Jones (The Oconee), Jim Engh (Creek Club) and Pete Dye (Richland Club).
Stay & Play at Reynolds Lake Oconee: nearby luxury accommodation available, see Where2Stay section below.
Resort guests (staying at the Ritz-Carlton) can book to play on the following Reynolds Lake Oconee courses: Landing, Plantation, Great Waters, National and Oconee. The Creek and Richland Clubs are private, member-only courses.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted at certain times. Caddies and forecaddies available.
Recognised for its natural beauty and riverside forests, the Oconee River has provided a family retreat for over 100 years. Many families quickly decided to "linger longer," turning one-or-two day visits into three-four-or five day family retreats.
By 1982, the river had become Lake Oconee, and Reynolds Plantation, now known as Reynolds Lake Oconee, was founded. It has evolved into a globally recognised resort, community and club, with six golf courses, nine dining venues, four full-service marinas, swimming pools, 21 miles of walking and biking trails, a world class fitness and tennis club, and The Ritz-Carlton Hotel at its centre.
1 Lake Oconee Trail, Greensboro, Georgia 30642
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At The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee in Georgia, you'll be greeted by a shimmering lake and quiet tranquility. Whether your visit includes golfing on championship courses, a relaxing day of fishing, wandering through antebellum towns or just relaxing at the spa, this Georgia luxury hotel offers an engaging backdrop in the heart of nature.
Reynolds Lake Oconee (Oconee course).
Reynolds Lake Oconee (Landing, Preserve, Great Waters, National, Creek Club & Richland Club courses).
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