creek club course

The Creek Club

Creek Club, designed in 2003 by Jim Engh, has been ranked by Travel + Leisure Golf Magazine among the top 10 new golf courses in the world for 2007. The Creek Club opened in Summer 2007 as Reynold’s first member-only course.

"The Creek Club immediately set itself apart from every other course in the region," said Bob Mauragas, vice president of golf operations at Reynolds Plantation. "Jim Engh’s reputation for superior design and shot values are evident virtually every step, from tee to green. The visual aspects of each hole and the use of this unique piece of property will be regarded as remarkable, now and in the future."

Communities around the Creek Club include Sandy Ford, Castlebridge, Armor’s Ford, and the National Village at Kings Way.

Creek Club Course Layout and Rating

Call for Golf at Creek Club
(888)298-3119
TeeParYardageSlopeRating
One
72
7079
137
72.8
Three
72
6215
127
69.1
Four
72
5489
115
65.7
Four (Ladies)
72
5489
135
70.7
One/Three
72
6490
130
70.2
Four/Five (Ladies)
72
5044
126
69.0
Five (Ladies)
72
4737
116
67.2

harbor club

Golf at Harbor Club

Harbor Club occupies 1,000 acres along 9 miles of Lake Oconee. Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish designed the challenging 18-hole golf course featuring views of the lake.

Amenities include a junior olympic-sized pool, lighted tennis courts, playground and a nature walking trail.

The clubhouse, designed by the award-winning architect Stephen Fuller, overlooks the practice green, putting green,croquet court and the tenth tee. The Clubhouse includes pro shop, fitness center, and features fine dining at the Troutdale at Harbor Club.

Harbor Club communities include golf villas, polo villas, golf cottages, and homes and sites on the golf course, the lake and wooded interior.

Harbor Club Course Layout and Rating

Call for Golf at Harbor Club
1-800-505-GOLF
Tees
Yardage
Par
Rating
Slope
Championship
7048
72
73.7

135

Forward
5207
72
68.7
126
Middle
6466
72
71.3
131
Other
5890
72
70.2
123

 

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cuscowilla course

Golfing at Cuscowilla

Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, the Cuscowilla course is situated on 6,847 yards and holds a course rating of 72.2 with a slope of 132 on Bermuda grass. “Top 100 Course You Can Play,” by Golf Magazine, 2006-07 and “Best Course You Can Play in Georgia” by Golfweek 2010.

Cuscowilla’s 700-acre park-like resort has almost seven miles of water frontage on Lake Oconee. Throughout the natural beauty of the large pine trees and meadows are lakefront lots, estate golf lots, golf cottages and upscale townhomes and condominiums by ponds or on the lake. There are approximately 400 homesites on the golf course, waterfront, and wooded interior.

The Frank Lloyd Wright inspired 14,000 square foot clubhouse includes The Golf House Grill and Pro Shop. For more dining, there is the Waterside Restaurant, with beautiful views of the lake, swimming pool, and golf course. Both are open to the public.

Other amenities include a swimming pool and tennis. The Conference Center has four meeting rooms with wireless internet. Members can use the club villas for guests.

Cuscowilla Course Layout and Rating

Call for Golf at Cuscowilla
1-800-458-5351
Tees
Yardage
Par
Rating
Slope
Back
6847
70
72.3

130

Middle
6402
70
70.1
127
Mixed
6093
72
68.0
120
Forward
5348
72
69.6
123

Mixed Tees: Play middle tees except play the back tees on #9 and #18. Play the forward tees on #6, #10, #14 and #15.