Congratulations to Larry Green, a golfer from Raleigh, N.C., that was the winner in the Reynolds Lake Oconee as winner of the “Reynolds 360 with Stewart Cink” sweepstakes. Green and a friend, golfed with the PGA Tour player on Monday, April 9, at Reynolds Lake Oconee.
Reynolds Lake Oconee is the award-winning golf, outdoors and lakefront destination between Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia.
The winners stayed at The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds Lake Oconee, complimentary dinners, airfare, ground transportation, and more, including a clay shooting experience at the resort’s new Sandy Creek Sporting Grounds. The contest was open Jan. 4-March 8, 2018 to subscribers of the personalized Reynolds Insider e-newsletter and nearly 52,000 entries were received.
Cink, the popular six-time winner on the PGA Tour, is a resident of Duluth, Ga. in Gwinnett County, about 80 miles from Reynolds Lake Oconee. An outdoors enthusiast, he enjoys boating and water sports, which makes him an ideal partner during a trip to the luxury golf community located on 19,000-acre Lake Oconee.
Green, 55, is a civil and electrical engineer who works as a traffic engineer in Raleigh. Originally from the Washington, D.C., area, Green grew up playing golf with his dad. But now, since Green’s immediate family has no golfers, his guest will be golf partner Michael Langley, of Durham, N.C., who competes with Green on the interclub team from The Crossings Golf Club in Durham.
Green likes to play golf and experience the great outdoors, so he should appreciate all that Reynolds offers.
“I play golf twice a month,” said Green, who plays to a 10 index at The Crossings. “I am really looking forward to meeting Stewart Cink and playing golf with him. I remember how he beat Tom Watson for the British Open. Plus, I like boating, like to fish occasionally and am definitely interested in the Sporting Grounds.”
Reynolds Lake Oconee is home to not only world class golf courses, but also The Reynolds Kingdom of Golf presented by TaylorMade, which is one of the only facilities in the country where recreational golfers can receive professional instruction, be fit for new equipment in the same elite environment used by Tour professionals, and have their equipment built before their very eyes.
See more about the gem that is Reynolds Lake Oconee at: www.reynoldslakeoconee.com.