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Stay At The Ritz-Carlton And Choose From 5 Great Courses for $475 per person / per day!
If you're looking for a Top Shelf "Stay and Play" Resort, this is the package for you. Stay at Ritz-Carlton Lodge- Reynolds Plantation and choose from 5 of Georgia's Best Courses for $475 per person, per day! Enjoy world class accommodations at Ritz-Carlton Lodge Reynolds Plantation and 3 amazing rounds of golf! Package includes: 3 Nights Lodging at the Ritz Carlton (Resort View, Double Occupancy) 3 Rounds of Golf with cart from choice of: Reynolds Landing The Oconee Course Great Waters The National The Plantation Valid April 25th - May 25th, 2016 for $475 per person, per day - valid 7 days a week. (reference #551645) Prices are based on double occupancy. Contact a Reynolds Plantation Vacation Specialist for first-hand knowledge of the area & package details, or to get a customized trip itinerary! **Craig (phone: 888.333.6079 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mike (phone: 888.276.9589 - email: email@example.com)**
The Plantation Course
Using only the rolling Appalachian Mountain foothills as a canvas, Bob Cupp, along with Hubert Green and Fuzzy Zoeller, designed the Plantation Course. Featuring wide fairways and careful bunker placement, the Plantation Course provides golfers a more relaxing - and forgiving - layout that can be enjoyed by golfers of all experience levels. Plantation Course at Reynolds Plantation is a 6,698-yard, par-72. A natural, rolling topography characterizes this layout, ranked among the "Ten Best New Courses" by GOLF Magazine to Zagat's 2007 America's Top Golf Courses, among other notable recognitions.
Tom Fazio's masterpiece, the 27-hole Reynolds National Course, plays long and narrow through the towering pines and flowering dogwoods that are native to middle Georgia. With more than 100 bunkers, several holes tucked along the shores of Lake Oconee and large undulating greens, the National Course gives players little room for error. Fazio uses the natural beauty of the land in conjunction with his expert eye for a challenging layout to create a true work of art.
A design masterpiece of Bob Cupp, the 7,051-yard Reynolds Landing course was the first golf course built on Lake Oconee. This Scottish-style championship course was built on hilly terrain with water features coming into play on three holes. The rough is composed of a heather-type grass and numerous mounds and grassy hollows provide for an even greater challenge.
The Oconee Course
The Oconee Course, the Rees Jones-designed resort course, presents a golfing challenge unmatched by any other in the nation. Described by many as a mind-game golf, the new Jones addition to the Reynolds Plantation landscape is designed to be a true risk/reward challenge - often forcing golfers to choose between direct tee shots over inlets of Lake Oconee and long drives down tree-lined dog-leg fairways. Noted for its spectacular par threes - featuring multiple tee boxes, drop shots from elevated tees and numerous water hazards - the course offers five holes in which Lake Oconee comes directly into play and four others tendering magnificent lake views. Though the interior creeks and ponds and the expansive vistas of Lake Oconee provide spectacular scenery for Oconee Course golfers, they also ensure an unrivaled challenge for players of all experience levels. This incredible Rees Jones design has captured the attention of the golfing industry, hosting highly-visible tournaments like the 2007 PGA Cup and the Chick-Fil-A Bowl Alma Mater.