And then, there were six (again).
Reynolds Lake Oconee in Georgia – the 15,000-acre resort and residential community — reopened its Great Waters championship golf course in late October – bringing the total number of its high-end courses back to six.
Designed by the legendary Jack Nicklaus, the course welcomed the 18-time Major Tournament champion back to Georgia to debut the track he himself updated for the 21st century.
“When I first designed the course, the Reynolds people had the vision to understand that 90 miles of waterfront meant you can use a little of that waterfront to create a golf experience that would be well worth the investment” Nicklaus says.
“They gave me more waterfront space here than I would’ve asked for and I’m grateful for that.”
While resident members get preferences for reservations and tee times, the public can play the course with greens fees fluctuating in the estimated $250 to $350 range throughout the year.