The Augusta National Golf Club (1934) is home to the Masters Tournament. Augusta National Golf Club is one of the most exclusive golf clubs in the world. The clubhouse, The Crow’s Nest, is a landmark of American golf. The structure was built in 1854 to serve as the home of indigo plantation owner Dennis Redmond.
The Reynolds Plantation near Greenboro, Georgia offers great golf and accomodation at the Ritz-Carlton Lodge. With six spectacular designs by five legendary architects, each of the courses provides club members, residents and guests a unique and memorable experience. Bob Cupp’s trailblazing efforts of The Landing and Plantation courses helped launch Lake Oconee as a true golf destination. Jack Nicklaus’ Great Waters course offers one of the most stunning finishes in the game with a back nine skirting the lake on nearly every hole. Tom Fazio’s 27-hole National course makes perfect use of the land as it gracefully winds along rolling terrain.