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8th Annual Charitable Golf Classic at The Reserve at Lake Keowee

Reserve at Lake Keowee Charitable Foundation
Published on October 14, 2016

Coming in ten days to one of the best places to live in South Carolina, is the 8th Annual Charitable Golf Classic at The Reserve. The Reserve is a beautiful Lake Keowee golf community, with premier lakefront, golf course and mountain view homes for sale near Clemson SC. The tournament will take place on October 24th, with sponsorships still available to be part of something special. All registered players are eligible to win a 4-day, 3-night vacation golf package at Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort on Hilton Head Island.

Considered by us as one of the most compassionate master planned communities, The Reserve is well regarded for its charity events. Since 2006, the community has raised over $402,000 for local organizations. Recipients that will share the proceeds from this year’s Charitable Golf Classic will be: Feed A Hungry Child, Helping Hands Children’s Shelter, Pickens County Meals on Wheels, Pickens Senior Center, Safe Harbor, Family Promise of Pickens County, Ripple of One and Samaritan Health.

At this year's tournament, Lake Keowee golf fans can look forward to:

  • Registration Opens – Silent Auction Items on Display (8:00-10:00 am) 
  • Driving Range Open (8:00-10:00 am)  
  • Short-game Golf Clinic with The Reserve Pro Tim Boeve – Optional – $25 per player (sign up at registration) (9:00-9:30 am) 
  • Brunch at the Orchard House (Egg Casserole; Bacon/Sausage; Grits, Fruit, Biscuits; Breakfast Sandwiches) (10:00 am – 10:45 am)
  • Instructions for Play (10:45-11:00 am)
  • Shotgun Start (11:00 am)
  • Silent Auction Opens (4:30-6:30 pm)
  • Heavy Appetizers (Salad, Carving and Pasta Stations, Starch du Jour, Vegetables and Soda, Beer, Wine) Mixed drinks available at cash bar (4:30-7:00 pm ) 
  • Awards Ceremony (6:30 pm) 
  • Silent Auction Announcements (6:45 pm)  

If you plan to attend the event, it will be a great time to check out homes for sale near Clemson SC at The Reserve.

The Reserve at Lake Keowee is a stunning golf community on 18,500 Lake Keowee. In the neighborhood, folks enjoy first-class amenities such as a 200-slip marina on the lake, a tennis and fitness center, community parks and swimming pools, a lakefront village and market, and a clubhouse with elegant dining for residents and guests. In the surrounding area, there are forests and waterfalls for hiking enthusiasts, and plenty of fishing and boating all along the lakefront property. And if you love Lake Keowee golf, enjoy the 18-hole Jack Nacklaus championship signature golf course, with lakeside drives and soaring views of the famous Blue Ridge Mountains. Once you've experienced all of this at The Reserve, you'll know why property owners consider it one of the best places to live in South Carolina.

Located in upstate South Carolina, The Reserve is within two hours of Atlanta GA and two hours of Charlotte NC. Closer by is the charming city of Greenville, as well as the shopping, dining and entertainment of downtown Asheville NC. And for college students, The Reserve is just 20 minutes from the main campus of Clemson University. So if you are looking for homes for sale near Clemson SC, this may be the perfect place to look for real estate.

And because of its renowned charity events, and the warm, dynamic, friendly spirit of its residents, The Reserve received our 2016 Bliss Award for Best Community Spirit of the Year.  The warm and fuzzy volunteerism we’ve observed from Reserve members was shown when 16 of them read to 1st & 2nd graders every week at the local school and this is just one of the many hands on experiences. The Reserve has members who volunteer as local firefighters, yoga instructors catering to abused children, deliver Meals on Wheels, assist in a local animal shelter and the list goes on and on."

Who wouldn't want to be a part of such a warm and caring community? We encourage you to visit during the 8th Annual Charitable Golf Classic, and get to know Lake Keowee, one of the prettiest lakes in the Western Carolinas.