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THE LANDING COURSE was the first course at Reynolds Plantation. Designed by Bob Cupp and opened in 1986 this The Landing is generally considered a masterpiece it features a wide variety of holes that wind through naturally wooded area and rolling hills with three holes running along the shoreline of the lake. The large well protected greens and clever use of natural and man-made obstable mean that shot making ability is at a premium when playing The Landing.
THE PLANTATION COURSE, 6,698 yard Par 72 opened in 1989. Also designed by Bob Cupp (this time assisted by Fuzzy Zoeller and Hubert Green) is another fantastic rolling parkland course. With water in play on several holes and some fantastic views of the lake this superb course which has won many accolades since it opened - Golf Magazine ranked it as one of the 'Ten Best New Courses', Zagat Survey as one of 'Americas Top Golf Courses' and Golf Digest called it one of the 'Best Places to Play'. The clever use of five sets of tees means the course can be enjoyed as much by the less able golfer as the professional.
THE GREAT WATER COURSE, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course was opened in 1992. This 7,073 yard, par-72 layout is generally considered to be one of Nicklaus's best designs. It offers players some of the most dramatic golf scenery in the Southeast, with nine holes coming into play along the shores of Lake Oconee.
Ranked amongst the 'Ten Best New Courses' by Golf Magazine and voted 5th in the category 'Top 10 Nicklaus Golf Course You Can Play' played host to the 2008 PGA Professional National Championship.
THE NATIONAL COURSE, a Tom Fazio design, was the fourth golfing masterpiece for Reynolds Plantation and opened in 1997. This 6,955 yard, par-72 offers impressive elevations, breathtaking views and several holes skirting the shores of Lake Oconee. The layout, with its dense forests of hardwoods, pines, flowering wild dogwoods and some of Lake Oconee's most dramatic lakefront topography, helped the course garner several prestigious awards, from the "100 Must-Play Courses of Georgia" (GolfStyles Magazine, 2007) to "America's Best Resort Courses" (GolfWeek Magazine, 2006).
THE OCONEE, a Rees Jones design, followed in 2002. This 7,029 yard, par-72 course is a dramatic, challenging and playable layout which has captured the attention of the golfing industry, hosting highly-visible tournaments like the 2007 PGA Cup and the 2007 Chick-fil-A Bowl Alma Mater and winning awards cush as "America's Top Golf Courses" (Zagat Survey, 2007), "Best Residential Golf Courses" (GolfWeek Magazine, 2007), "100 Best Golf Shops in America" (GolfWorld Business Magazine, 2006) and "Best Courses for Women" (Golf For Women Magazine, 2006).
THE CREEK CLUB, the 5th golf course at Reynolds Plantation, opened to members in 2007. The Creek Course is Reynolds Plantation's first-ever member only course, and was designed by 2003 Golf Digest "Architect of the Year" Jim Engh. Featuring Engh's distinctive, rolling bunkers, exclusive Zoysia grass fairways and stunning home sites, The Creek Club continues the legacy of golfing excellence synonymous with the Reynolds name.
THE RICHLAND COURSE is currently under construction. The designer is Pete Dye whose previous works include TPC Sawgrass, Blackwold Run, Ocean Course on Kiawah Island and Harbour Town Links. As a result of his reputation much is expected of the new course.
Although there are many residents the majority of the community is based around vacationers and golf tourists. As a consequence visitors are welcome and golf (except of the members only course) is generally available. Contact resort to make arrangements.
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