Bob Cupp, legendary golf architect, was hired along with player consultants Fuzzy Zoeller and Hubert Green to design the inaugural course at Reynolds Lake Oconee. Incorporating Cupp’s design essential of subtle deception and Fuzzy’s philosophy of making the game fun for players of all levels, The Preserve course takes advantage of the natural, rolling topography with the end result being an immensely playable course, with back tees challenging enough for low handicappers and forward tees forgiving enough for beginners.
In 2016, The Preserve course reopened after an extensive multi-phase restoration project overseen by Cupp, which included a refresh from tee to green along with a new short course routing known as the “Quick Six”, a loop of six holes, each under 130 yards that can be played in about an hour.
The beauty of the land, variety in the length of holes and the size of greens make it a great course to play.
The hills are natural to the terrain, but the funny lies and funny bounces result from the integrity of shape during construction.
Bob Cupp, 1988
1091 Clubhouse Dr.
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