On a cool and crisp fall day in October of 1978, Dent etched his name into the history books with a long, deep fly ball that drifted just over the famous Green Monster at Fenway Park. The homerun sent the Yankees up 3-2 over the Red Sox in a one game playoff to decide the AL East Division.
Classic Soccer Academy kicked off this week at Plantation Commons with approximately 50 children lined up and eager to hone their skills around the net. Now in its fourth year at Reynolds Plantation, this week’s group is nearly double the 28 kids that participated at the camp a year ago.
Some travelers define a “golf trip” as a vacation where they happen to play some golf, whereas others define it as an intensive campaign where they do nothing but play golf—with the exception of eating meals, during which they probably talk about playing golf. While many destinations can satisfy the former type of traveler, it’s the rare resort that can please the second kind (and the even less likely resort that can satisfy both). Whichever camp you’re in, a visit to Reynolds Plantation is likely to appease all factions.
Every Monday this summer, The Lake Club brings a Taste of Mexico to Reynolds Plantation. This festive fiesta features tasty tacos, delicious quesadillas and special House Made Margaritas.
For most seasoned travelers, the expression “Grand Resort” evokes images of majestic architecture, unforgettable golf courses, and a pervasive atmosphere of opulence. A few iconic examples such as the Greenbrier, Pinehurst, Broadmoor and Pebble Beach perpetually top any well-informed roster of America’s best.