An artfully mastered golfer's paradise.

Experience six championship golf courses.

GOLF magazine continues to rank two of the Reynolds courses in America’s Top 100 and four in the top 10 in Georgia. But beyond the national accolades, Members simply enjoy great golf every day, a wide menu of association activities, informal groups and scheduled events year-round.

Thoughtfully crafted by five legendary architects.


The golf experiences at Reynolds Lake Oconee combine variety, challenge and pure joy with a rare collection of courses that reflects each architect’s passion and character. Together, these iconic figures form a “Mount Rushmore” of golf architects, with their creative likenesses molded into every fairway, bunker and green at Reynolds.

Jack Nicklaus, Great Waters
While Jack Nicklaus’ greatness as a player is unrivaled, he also has established himself as one of the greatest golf course architects in his more than three decades in the business. Nicklaus and his associates at Nicklaus Design have designed more than 400 courses in 36 U.S. states and 28 countries. Nicklaus Design courses have been ranked in various national and international Top-100 lists in Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine and Golfweek.

Tom Fazio, The National
Tom Fazio is unquestionably one of the most renowned golf course architects of his time and continues to remain a master of modern design. Individual honors include being named Golf Digest’s Best Modern Day Golf Course Architect — three times. In 1995, Fazio became only the second course architect to receive the highest recognition awarded by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America: The Old Tom Morris Award.

Rees Jones, The Oconee
During a distinguished career of more than 45 years, Rees Jones has become one of the most celebrated course architects in the world. While he has designed more than 100 courses around the globe, he is also well-known for his redesign of courses in preparation for major championships, hence his nickname “The Open Doctor.” His skills have been applied to seven U.S. Open venues, five PGA Championship courses and three Ryder Cup sites, among others.

Bob Cupp, The Preserve and The Landing
Bob Cupp has long been established as one of the premier golf course architects in the country, having won Golf World magazine’s prestigious Course Architect of the Year award in 1992. Cupp worked for 16 years as the senior designer for Nicklaus Design before beginning his own design firm, where he assisted in making changes at Augusta National.

Jim Engh, The Creek Club
At the forefront of design concepts that are steering golf into the new century, Jim Engh has brought his endless enthusiasm for the game and expertise in detail to The Creek Club at Reynolds. Symbolic of the innovative new breed of golf course architects, Engh is unconcerned with yardage yet committed to the preservation of quality shotmaking and determined to make the game enjoyable for everyone who steps onto the tee.


Discover six truly distinctive golf experiences all in one location.

A Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course that introduced the Golden Bear’s design work to Lake Oconee in 1992, Great Waters has a dramatic layout that offers some of the most breathtaking golf scenery in the Southeast. Consistently ranked among the top 100 courses in the nation, Great Waters earned the distinction from LINKS magazine as one of the “10 most significant and influential courses of the past two decades.”

This 6,698-yard, par-72 course at Reynolds Lake Oconee was originally designed by noted architect Bob Cupp along with U.S. Open champions Fuzzy Zoeller and Hubert Green. In addition to hosting a Quick Six, 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.

This Tom Fazio-designed course features three distinct nine-hole layouts fashioned from the richly colored textured “paints” of grass, sand, trees and water found in the hardwood forests and rolling terrain of the region. Impressive changes in elevation, dense forests and breathtaking views make this award-winning 27-hole course a true masterpiece.

Defined by the dramatic routing along the Lake Oconee shoreline, this Rees Jones design is a true risk/reward layout. The Oconee course offers inspiring lake views while presenting options to play shots over inlets of Lake Oconee or carry corners of tree-lined doglegs.

Reserved for Member-only play, The Creek Club captures the natural essence of the undulating terrain unique to the Lake Oconee region. Golf course architect Jim Engh utilized the innate detail of the property, which lends itself to spectacular viewing corridors from endless angles.

The original golf course built at Lake Oconee, The Landing made its landmark debut in 1986, setting the stage for what has become a premier golf destination. The par-72 course, which plays to a maximum of 7,048 yards, was designed by award-winning architect Bob Cupp.

Exceed your own expectations.

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