Be Our Guest

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Properties are taking hospitality a step further by putting out the welcome mat for members and guests with upscale lodging. While clubs have long offered top-notch amenities to members that cultivate a home-away-from-home feeling, some properties are truly committing to comfort by offering overnight lodging, complete with cozy bedding, Wi-Fi access, and even plush robes. […]


Renovation Planned for Great Waters at Reynolds Lake Oconee

By | November 29, 2017

The Jack Nicklaus-designed layout at the Greensboro, Ga., property will undergo a total renovation starting in June 2018 and reopening in fall 2019. The golf course will receive a total turf replacement, new greens, bunkers, tees, water features, and irrigation systems, and updated infrastructure. Great Waters, the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course at Reynolds Lake Oconee […]


Playing Outside

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Properties are moving activity out of the clubhouse by creating innovative outdoor recreational amenities.


Reynolds Lake Oconee to Debut Sandy Creek Sporting Grounds

By | September 21, 2017

The initial phase of the amenity at the Greensboro, Ga., property is scheduled to debut this fall, encompassing nearly 100 acres with a 20-station sporting clays course, five-stand shooting range and air rifle facility, archery and instructional/games areas, and a hiking course. The initial phase of the Sandy Creek Sporting Grounds is scheduled to debut […]


Reynolds Lake Oconee Opens National Club Cottages

By | September 13, 2016

Designed to accommodate eight guests, each cottage features four bedrooms, a full kitchen, two open living spaces and a porch area. The lodging is part of the recently completed National Village, which is part of a $40 million investment in the Greensboro, Ga., facility since August 2012.


Reynolds Lake Oconee Adds “Quick Six” Routing

By | May 12, 2016

The par-3 loop within the main routing of The Plantation course at the Greensboro, Ga., property incorporates several new tee boxes to play holes of less than 130 yards by hitting shots to existing greens at holes 1, 2, 3 and 6, 8, 9. Vice President of Golf Mark Lammi described the layout as “fast, easy and fun,” taking about an hour to play.