U.S.: Dye to design latest at Reynolds Plantation

Acclaimed golf course architect Pete Dye will design Richland, the sixth golf course at the popular Reynolds Plantation on Lake Oconee, Ga.

Inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in November, the 82-year-old Dye joins Bob Cupp, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Reese Jones and Jim Engh on the list of golf course architects to build courses at Reynolds Plantation. Cupp designed the community's first course, the Plantation Course, in 1988. 

Site work is already underway on Richland, which will become the golf and residential community's second private course. Engh's Creek Club became the first member-only course at Reynolds Plantation when it opened in 2007.

Home sites surrounding the course will be made available at later time, according to Mercer Reynolds, chairman and CEO of Reynolds Plantation.


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