The communities of The Reserve and The Cliffs have become the premiere residential destinations for those seeking an active lifestyle. within It is no secret that one of the most significant draws to living at one of the seven communities of The Cliffs is the opportunity to play golf at one of seven astounding courses. Membership at the Cliffs affords residents the opportunity to tee off at award winning courses designed by the best players in history. The courses the comprise From the meticulously designed Tom Fazio course at The Cliffs at Keowee Springs to the Ben Wright imagined course at The Cliffs Valley, members can play in a variety of environments all created to give players their best game.
The Reserve at Lake Keowee boasts a Jack Nicklaus signature course allowing for year round golf on one of South Carolina’s most prized courses. It is easy to see why so many people long to live in a luxury property at The Reserve or The Cliffs.
Justin Winter Sotheby’s International Real Estate has sold more homes within The Cliffs and The Reserve and holds the title of the number one independent broker within both communities. Our commitment to our clients is what sets us apart from other luxury Realtors. We know how much you desire a great course to play on and the homes we list and sell are situated in communities that provide this very thing. Contact us today if you are interested in listing or selling your luxury golfing community property in the South or North Carolina region. Let our expert staff work on your behalf to help you accomplish your lifestyle goals.
If you are a resident or looking to become one, here are some great tips to enjoy your time out on the course.
Remember to Have Fun
Most of us aren’t golfing professionals…although we fancy ourselves that way after a great shot! At the end of the day, remember to enjoy your time out on the green and have fun.
Practice Practice Practice
According to Golf Magazine, even a high scorer can lower their average game by practicing with purpose. Be intentional with your game and practice with deliberate intentions. You may not turn pro, however, you will improve your game.
Maintain Etiquette (But Don’t Take Yourself Too Seriously)
Golf course etiquette can be intimidating, even to seasoned players. If you are new to the game be sure to show up for your tee time early. In this case, on time is late.
Make sure you know how to share the golf cart. This one is crucial to time management on the course. Another thing that can slow down your game is constantly apologizing for how bad you feel you are playing. Relax. You will get better.
Hang up and play! Seriously, put your phone down and enjoy your time out on the course. The golf courses at The Cliffs and The Reserve are some of the most renowned in the nation. Enjoy your time out there!