At the Reserve at Lake Keowee, Nicklaus is working from a magnificent canvas spanning lush, rolling foothills to the sparkling lakeside. The setting is a private 3,200-acre golf and recreation community with 20 miles of shoreline on the northeastern corner of Lake Keowee. It’s fronted by S.C. Highway 133 and is 1.6 miles south of the Cherokee foothills Scenic Parkway (S.C.11). The property contains natural features typical of the foothills and the Blue Ridge Escarpment region – sloping terrain, lake and mountain views and mature forests of mixed hardwoods and pines.
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“The golf course should be aesthetically pleasing to those who play and see it. ” I want people to enjoy the beauty of the course because that is very much a part of the golf experience.” – Jack Nicklaus
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