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Year Built: 1992
Course Designer: Jack Nicklaus
Club Type: Private course
Water Hazard: Water comes into play on most holes
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: The Waterview Pub
Meals: Open Friday and Saturday
Bar: Serving beer, wine and spirits
Banquet Facilities: Many meeting and ballrooms available
Showers: Locker room facilities
Driving Range: Full practice facility
Putting Greens: Practice putting green
Chipping Range: Practice chipping Green
Club Rentals: Taylormade $75 per player
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About Great Waters at Reynolds Lake Oconee
Great Waters at Ritz-Carlton Reynolds Lake Oconoee is 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." At 7,073 yards, this par-72 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 begins with a parkland style front nine, through rolling hills and thick forests, with water in play on six holes. The back nine is a completely different experience, as the final eight holes are on Lake Oconee, including the par-3 14th, one of the most photographed holes in the Southeast.
In order to play at
Great Waters at Reynolds Lake Oconee,
you must stay at the resort.
Consistently ranked among the Top 100 courses in the nationSignature Jack Nicklaus designed golf courseHost of the PGA Professional National Championship in 2008