Forbes Magazine recently announced that Clemson, SC, has been named one of its ’25 Best Places to Retire’ for 2017.
The award is great news for the residents at The Reserve at Lake Keowee who have close ties to the university community there. Chief among those ties is that the coach of the Clemson football team, Dabo Swinney, lives at the Reserve. Send me more information about The Reserve at Lake Keowee!
The Reserve pays homage to the Clemson Tigers.
The Reserve Celebrates Clemson Football
Coach Swinney is a familiar figure at the community, having engineered a number of events on site, including football practices and golf tournaments. Support for Clemson is so strong at The Reserve that the team’s logo is painted on the great lawn during football season.
And when Reserve residents want to see the Tigers in action on their home turf, Clemson University is just a short 30-minute drive away. Send me more information about The Reserve at Lake Keowee!
The Reserve has hosted the NCAA Clemson Invitational.
The Reserve at Lake Keowee
The Reserve at Lake Keowee is a private, 3,900-acre golf and recreational community. It’s set on the shores of Lake Keowee in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The lakefront community is an ideal place for boating, fishing, water-skiing, swimming, camping and picnicking.
There are also miles of hiking and biking trails, which provide residents with endless adventures. Hiking trails are pathways to the water’s edge, preserves, parks, green spaces and club areas on Lake Keowee. Most notable, this community features Jack Nicklaus’ signature golf course. Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy playing this award-winning, par-72, 18-hole golf course. Send me more information about The Reserve at Lake Keowee!