In support of the Clemson Tigers’ matchup against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football National Championship on January 11, the Sunset, S.C., built a half-sized football field just outside its clubhouse, complete with an authentic “Tiger Paw” logo.
The Reserve at Lake Keowee in Sunset, S.C., is showing its support for the Clemson Tigers as it faces off against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football National Championship on January 11 by creating a half-sized football field just outside the clubhouse complete with an authentic “Tiger Paw” logo, the PGA reported.
“We have such a strong relationship with the university and we wanted to find a unique way to show our support while the football team is on a truly historic run,” Lake Keowee Director of Sales Rutledge Livingston said. “We think this is a pretty cool way of doing that. We even have a hill to run down,” added Livingston, who was a member of Tigers teams in the mid-1970s.
Located about 16 miles from the Clemson campus, The Reserve is Tigers Head Coach Dabo Swinney’s home club—membership comes with the Clemson job, the website says. The facility, built around a Jack Nicklaus Signature course, is the site of Swinney’s annual media day golf outing as well as the Clemson Invitational on Lake Keowee next spring.