Corporate Executives Exhibit Competition and Camaraderie at Reynolds Lake Oconee
GREENSBORO, Ga. – Reynolds Cup presented by National Car Rental, a golf tournament for corporate executives who thrive on competition and camaraderie, is set for Sept. 13-15 at Reynolds Lake Oconee, the award-winning golf community and destination resort between Atlanta and Augusta.
Showcasing two of its six golf courses—the Rees Jones-designed Oconee course and the Tom Fazio designed National course—the Reynolds Cup field of 40 two-person corporate teams will compete over 36 holes, with scoring based on a Stableford Best Ball format.
The Reynolds Cup promises a one-of-a-kind experience at a world-class venue for executives who want to combine meetings with competing. Players and guests will have access to the unrivaled amenities of Reynolds Lake Oconee, everything from wellness to watersports.
Guests will enjoy the newly renovated accommodations at The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee, and meals and events crafted at the hands of a Certified Master Chef, in addition to excellent networking opportunities.
“Golf is the game of business,” said Rob Connors, vice president of business development for National. “We’re thrilled to sponsor the fourth edition of the Reynolds Cup, which brings together corporate leaders from industries across the country to enjoy the game in such a beautiful setting.”
Since 1947, presenting sponsor National Car Rental has served the rental car needs of frequent business travelers around the world. National – which launched the car rental industry’s first comprehensive frequent-renter program – further expedites the rental process through its award-winning Emerald Club by offering members counter bypass as well as access to National’s Emerald Aisle.
- Reynolds Cup activities begin Monday, Sept. 13 with an afternoon practice round, followed by the official Reynolds Cup Welcome & Pairings Party.
- On Tuesday Sept. 14, tee times for the first round of the tournament begin at 9 a.m. at The National. Free time follows golf, with cocktails & dinner that evening.
- On Wednesday Sept. 15, the final round tee times begin at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at The Oconee course and cocktails and awards dinner that evening.
The registration fee is $4,000 per team, which includes three nights and two rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, plus all golf and Reynolds Cup functions. Team registration is found at www.reynoldscup.com. Additional non-golfer guest packages are available for $400, which includes special events and a welcome gift.
Besides golf, the community sits on Lake Oconee, which provides some of the country’s best fishing, along with swimming, boating, water skiing, and four full-service marinas. Other amenities include the Lake Club Wellness Center, Sandy Creek Sporting Grounds, The Kingdom at Reynolds Lake Oconee (an unmatched custom golf game improvement experience, with consolidated club fitting and golf instruction for all ages and skill levels) and a world-renowned Tennis Center.
For additional information, access www.reynoldscup.com.
About Reynolds Lake Oconee
Surrounded by more than 350 miles of majestic shoreline on Georgia’s historic Lake Oconee, the golf destination resort community of Reynolds Lake Oconee features six championship golf courses and is home to The Kingdom at Reynolds Lake Oconee, a world-class instructional and TaylorMade club fitting facility. Located between Atlanta and golf’s legendary grounds in Augusta, Reynolds Lake Oconee is an outdoor recreation paradise that includes the Sandy Creek Sporting Grounds, award-winning tennis center, swimming pools, pedestrian trails, wellness campus, and full-service marinas to facilitate watersports. Guests can choose private accommodations that include luxury resort condominiums and cottages, or The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee, a 257-room lakefront resort and spa named one of the Best Resorts in Georgia by U.S. News & World Report 2020. Dining is available at ten distinctive culinary venues. Reynolds Lake Oconee, originally established in 1988, is located roughly 90 miles from Atlanta’s Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport. For more information, visit www.reynoldslakeoconee.com.
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