Pete Dye adding a sixth course at the Reynolds Plantation
As if the Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia wasn’t already stocked with great golf courses, now Pete Dye is getting ready to add another one.
The Dye course will be the sixth at the plantation of Lake Oconee.
Dye, who will be inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame in November, is designing it as a walking course.
“The site has marvelous tree coverage and water – all the aspects to make a good golf course,” Dye said in a press release. “You’ve got good topography. It’s got movement, but nothing harsh enough where you can’t walk.”
The only bad part is it will be private, just northeast of the members-only Creek Club.
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