Significant Charity Tournament at one of the Best Golf Communities in the Carolinas
Greenville, South Carolina (PRWEB) May 12, 2015
Next week, May 14th through May 17th, golf enthusiasts “world-wide” will have all eyes on The Reserve at Lake Keowee in the Upstate South Carolina for the 2015 BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation. Referred to as “The Garden of Eden” this majestic region filled with rich forestry, “jaw dropping” mountain views, and cascading waterfalls are nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and overlook the sparkling clean Lake Keowee. This Web.com Tour event began it’s history in 2004 when two World Class Golf Hall of Famers, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player participated in the BMW Charity Pro-Am. The 18-Hole Championship Golf Course at The Reserve at Lake Keowee was designed by the infamous Jack Nicklaus. It’s no wonder Baby Boomers are choosing the best golf communities in the Carolinas for retirement.
This signature event is right around the corner and tickets are still available. Another twist for this “better-ball” competition is the new Big Break: Warrior Edition at The Reserve at Lake Keowee on Wednesday, May 13th benefitting the “Wounded Warrior Project and Upstate Warrior Solution”.
The Big Break: Warrior Edition hosted by The Reserve at Lake Keowee is a super cool event with 12 teams consisting of an amateur, a Web.com Tour professional, a local celebrity or Warrior, and a junior golfer who will compete in a wide variety of golf skill challenges, including putting, chipping and driving. This family friendly event will also have entertainment and loads of fun activities for the entire family.
The 2014 BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation tournament raised $836,883 for local charities, bringing the total raised over the life of the event to over $10.8 million. To date, more than 120 celebrities, including Kurt Russell, Wayne Gretzky, Catherine Bell, Kevin Costner and Dennis Quaid have participated in the tournament, which is broadcasted worldwide by the Golf Channel. While attending the tournament, this is great time to explore Lake Keowee real estate and the amazing waterfalls in Upstate South Carolina.
While attending this “one-of-a-kind” golf tournament in the Upstate, Boomers looking for the perfect place to retire would be smart to take the time to tour the properties available at the Lake Keowee real estate development while hanging out with the friendliest folks in the Carolinas. Located at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Sunset, South Carolina, the private community has over 300 miles of shoreline and more than 1,400 acres of protected as green space. Lake Keowee is named as of the “Best Boating Lakes” by Links Magazine and is also popular fishermen. The lake is home to large mouth and spotted bass. While the 18 Hole Championship Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus is the obvious trophy amenity, its fabulous 20,000 Square Foot Clubhouse is part of the $100 million plus in superb amenities making this community a great place to call home. Property owners living in this refined mountain neighborhood, have access to a plethora of amenities:
THE RESERVE AT LAKE KEOWEE AMENITIES
24 Hour Manned Gated Entrance
18-Hole Championship Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus
20,000 Square Foot Golf Clubhouse with dining
Lakefront Pool Complex & Grill
Resort-style Outdoor Swimming Pool
Four Lighted Har-Tru Tennis Courts
5 1/2 Miles Walking Trails
Community Parks and Dog Park
200 Boat Slips and Marina
Founders HallLegacy Program (Since 2010, parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren of property owners can enjoy the benefits of membership with The Reserve’ Legacy Program)
Celebrating more than 10 years of development, The Reserve at Lake Keowee is an established gated community spreading across 3,900 acres. The lakefront neighborhood has over $100 million dollars of family amenities completed including the Lakefront Pool Complex & Grill overlooking Lake Keowee accented by fun water features for the kids with relaxing Jacuzzi's for Mom & Dad. The Tennis & Fitness Center has Nautilus equipment and four lighted Har-Tru tennis courts for anytime play.
Residents who enjoy the outdoors will find 5 1/2 miles of manicured hiking trails to explore inside The Reserve SC. The walking and bike paths connect all the neighborhoods, parks and common areas. Waterfront Park & Trail is the most popular lighted half mile trail along the water. For the more adventurous types, there are over 350 miles of trailheads winding through adjacent forests and state parks surrounding The Reserve at Lake Keowee and is a place where hikers will find some of the most mesmerizing waterfalls in Upstate South Carolina. The Orchard House is the community’s 20,000 square foot clubhouse to enjoy dinner in a club atmosphere overlooking the Croquet Lawn. For a boxed lunch on the go, The Village Market offers groceries, unique gift items and has a fresh deli. Musical events, art exhibits and non-denominational worship take place in the New England style Founders Hall. Whether raising a young family or for retirement, The Reserve at Lake Keowee has it all.
It’s a place where families and friends can share the adventure of being at home in one of the most beautiful areas.
To schedule a tour or for more info about the tournament, call The Reserve direct 877-922-5253.
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