Who's No. 1? Cuscowilla or Reynolds Plantation?
Depends on what you want. They’re both in the Georgia lake country and they both use the state’s second-largest lake, Lake Oconee, in a big way.
The Reynolds Plantation is one of my all-time favorite golf conglomerates. They have five courses there, though one is private, and they’re all excellent courses. Not a dud among them.
Cuscowilla, on the other hand, is smaller, more laid-back and with a typically brilliant golf course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.
When I told the man at the Cuscowilla pro shop I had been to Reynolds a few months earlier, he smiled and said: “We’re a little different here. Take your time and enjoy the course.”
I did and I did.
You can get lost at Reynolds. I did, though I get lost pretty much everywhere I go. It’s the sustained excellence and the sheer volume of golf that’s the draw here.
Cuscowilla offers peaceful surroundings on a course you will never tire of.
Hell, flip a coin.
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