7,043 yards / Par 72
6,926 yards / Par 72
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When the Jack Nicklaus-designed Great Waters Course opened at Reynolds Plantation in 1992, it stirred a rush of excitement within the golf community that was extraordinary, even by Nicklaus' standards. A 7,048-yard, par-72 layout, this gorgeous course (voted No. 5 "Top 10 Nicklaus Courses You Can Play" by Golf Magazine and among "America's Best Residential Golf Courses" by GolfWeek Magazine) offers players some of the most dramatic golf scenery in the Southeast, with nine holes coming into play along the shores of Lake Oconee.
Great Waters, along with Reynolds Landing, will play host to the 41st PGA Professional National Championship, the showcase event for PGA Professionals, on June 19-22, 2008.
"Great Waters is one of the most user-friendly courses Jack has built to date."
-- Brian McCallen, Golf Magazine
"This may be Nicklaus' best all-around work to date. Great Waters has nine holes slammed
against the banks of Lake Oconee and the entire course is outlined with Georgia pines. It's a must-play." -- Charley Stine, Golfweek
A design masterpiece of Bob Cupp, Reynolds Landing (formerly Port Armor) was the first golf course built on popular Lake Oconee, setting the stage for a prime golf destination. Called one of Georgia's best golf courses at its debut, it features a variety of holes that wind through naturally wooded areas and rolling hills, making the course enjoyable for all levels of golfers. Three holes wrap dramatically along the shoreline of the lake and the green settings and shot values make this one of the premium tests of golf on Lake Oconee.
"Reynolds Landing is the hidden gem of Lake Oconee. Bob Cupp's architectural genius
was unveiled to the golfing world during the construction of Reynolds Landing. From the masterful green settings to the challenging shots played around beautiful Lake Oconee, Reynolds Landing is clearly one of Georgia's finest-kept secrets." -- Bob Mauragas, Vice President of Golf Operations