Dabo Swinney's home golf course transformed into Clemson football field

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There’s nothing quite like a college football fan, especially when a spot in the national championship game is on the line. Check out the local support the Clemson Tigers and head coach Dabo Swinney have this week in advance of their semifinal contest against Ohio State. The Reserve at Lake Keowee, Swinney’s home golf club, has transformed its front lawn into a Clemson-themed football field:

The Sunset, South Carolina, club says the field will stay painted through Jan. 1 and be available to members for flag football and other games. Lake Keowee hosts Swinney’s annual media day golf event and is home to a Jack Nicklaus designed course. This is the second year it has converted its front lawn into a Clemson-themed field.

In addition to being one of college football’s most eager dancers, Swinney looks to have a pretty decent swing. Here he is during his golf outing at Lake Keowee in 2015:

Clemson and Ohio State play at 7 p.m. Saturday on ESPN.

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