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Year Built: 1997
Course Designer: Tom Fazio
Club Type: Private course
Water Hazard: Water comes into play on 11 holes
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: The Tavern
Meals: Traditional pub menu
Bar: Serving beer, wine and spirits
Banquet Facilities: Many meeting and ballrooms available
Showers: Locker room facilities
Driving Range: Driving range
Putting Greens: Putting green
Chipping Range: Chipping green
Club Rentals: Taylormade $75 per person
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About The National at Reynolds Lake Oconee
The impressive elevations, dense forests, and breathtaking views that define the 27 holes at the National at Ritz-Carlton Reynolds Lake Oconoee returned freshly renovated in the spring of 2014 following the first major remodel of the Tom Fazio design since the original 18 holes debuted. The three nines are the Ridge and Bluff, which debuted in 1997, and the Cove, which debuted in 2000. All are par-36 courses that can be combined to create 18 holes that play to a maximum of 7,034 yards from a choice of five sets of tees. The National nines all feature hardwoods, pines, and flowering wild dogwoods, as well as some of Lake Oconee's most dramatic lakefront topography. Fairways wind up, down and around hilly, rolling terrain, and lead to large, undulating greens (which are being converted from bentgrass to a Champion Bermudagrass surface). The National also is characterized by water features, with streams, ponds, and Lake Oconee all coming into play. Strategically placed bunkers, both in the fairways and around the greens, add to the challenges, as do false fronts on the greens that are symbolic of Fazio's design flair.
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27 holes characterized by water features including Lake OconeeRolling terrain and undulating greens offer players different challengesTop 20 "Best in State" course by Golf Digest