The Reynolds course at Tanglewood, designed by legendary architect, Robert Trent
Jones, Sr., is a shot-makers delight and has been a favorite of golfers for many
Because of its design, this scenic Jones gem, with elevation changes from tee to
green on many holes, is fun for golfers of all abilities. Multiple sets of tees,
ranging in distance from 4611 to 6567 yards, gives everyone a chance to play well
and have an enjoyable day.
For the experienced player, accuracy and shot-shaping are required to score well.
Many holes are doglegs which demand draws and fades from the back tees. The sloping,
tree-lined fairways penalize errant tee shots. A well placed drive with a fairway
wood or hybrid club is usually the best option and often leaves a mid to short iron
second shot. Yet, with multiple risk and reward holes, players will constantly be
tempted to challenge the course. If successful, they will be rewarded, but if not,
the penalty can be severe.
The eighteenth hole, a 411 yard par 4 is considered by many to be the most difficult
hole at Tanglewood. A narrow, twisting, uphill fairway is guarded by a deep bunker
left and woods right. A long, straight tee shot from the tips is a must in order
to have a chance to hit the tiny, well protected, elevated green in two shots. Very
few birdies are made here!
Located in beautiful Tanglewood Park, come out and see why the Reynolds Course is
recognized as one of the best values around!