GREENSBORO, GEORGIA | When the LPGA needed more playing opportunities – its Asia-based tournaments were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic – Reynolds Lake Oconee stepped up as emergency replacement for this week’s Drive On Championship. The tournament not only brings the spotlight to the renovations of the Jack Nicklaus-designed Great Waters course, but the full range of what Reynolds Lake Oconee has to offer.
María Fassi, a second-year LPGA pro, has found at least one reason to come back to Georgia in her first return trip since finishing runner-up in the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019. The TaylorMade-staff player now has a more convenient place to get the equipment support she needs.
María Fassi visited the Kingdom-Reynolds Lake Oconee to add some loft to her driver. Photo: Darren Carroll, PGA of America via Getty Images
Fassi visited the Kingdom-Reynolds Lake Oconee on Tuesday to add some loft to her driver, and immediately put it to work in the event. She left impressed with a facility much c...
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