Masters may be over, but the spirit of golf is alive year-round at this exclusive resort near Greensboro, Georgia.
The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds is set along the waterfront just outside of Atlanta, with five-star amenities, natural beauty and a quiet escape from everyday life.
A true vacation destination, this Georgia resort encourages guests to disconnect from the outside world and reconnect with family, friends and themselves. The Oconee Lake hosts kayaking, standup paddle boarding and other watersports, while winter features ice skating and fireside s'mores. The spa at the Ritz-Carlton Reynolds offers a nearly 30,000 sq.-ft. retreat with extensive relaxation facilities including saunas, steam rooms, cold plunge pools and an expanded ladies' lounge as well as an indoor pool.
Five Championship Golf Courses. Four Legendary Architects.
Near Augusta National, home of the Masters Golf Tournament, this luxury hotel offers its own impressive collection of courses. With Lake Oconee and the Georgia landscape as their background, four legendary architects—Rees Jones, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio and Bob Cupp—designed the resort's five championship golf courses. The 99 holes play through wooded areas, rolling hills, dramatic elevation changes, inlets and tree-lined doglegs to offer challenges for players of all levels.
The resort offers plenty of accommodation options to choose from, including two-three room cottages, and a 5,404 sq.ft. Lake House, a three-floor private residence with four bedrooms.
How to get there?
Greene County Regional Airport (3J7) is just a short drive - 16 miles North of Lake Oconee. With a 5,500 feet runway, the airport is suitable for any type of aircraft in our fleet, including this Gulfstream G200 twin-engine jet.