Final six holes set to be finished at The Reserve Club

Clyde Johnston Designs is overseeing completion of the final six holes of the Hollow Creek Course at The Reserve Club in Aiken, S.C. The first 10 holes of the Johnson / Fuzzy Zoeller design were completed in 2007, but the recession halted further construction of the home sites along those holes, and completion of the course was also halted.

Two years ago, holes 12 and 13 were finished, and now work is continuing on holes 6 to 11, with work scheduled to be completed over the summer. Wadsworth Golf Construction is completing the work it began with the original 10 holes.

The Hollow Creek Course is the second course at The Reserve Club, joining the Jack Nicklaus-designed Reserve Course, which opened in 2003. It is a 7,350-yard Par 72.

The Reserve Club is managed by Troon Privé.

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