From July 1-5, members of The Reserve Club at Woodside celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening festivities of the newly completed Hollow Creek Golf Course. The 18-hole course, designed by esteemed golf course architect Clyde Johnston, is a Par 71 with 6,943 total yards abundant with sweeping natural views courtesy of neighboring Hollow Creek Nature Preserve.
Join the Celebration from Anywhere
At The Reserve Club at Woodside, our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our members and our team. So while we weren’t able to celebrate the grand opening of our newest golf course with a traditional soiree, we made certain that members could feel connected to this moment in club history from anywhere. Browse the weekend’s photo gallery below, join the Virtual Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to hear from Chairman and Developer Rick Steele and Aiken Mayor Rick Osbon, or watch our recap video to join some the course’s inaugural foursome as they enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience won through generous donations to The Reserve Club at Woodside’s Scholarship Fund.
Virtual Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Join our weekend of events starting with the Virtual Ribbon Cutting Ceremony below. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about the history of the golf course, the dedicated team who saw it through from concept to completion, and esteemed course architect Clyde Johnston. You’ll also hear firsthand from Chairman and Developer Rick Steele on what he believes the name of the new golf course should actually be, and City of Aiken Mayor Rick Osbon on the impact that Woodside’s commitment to its hometown has on the local community.
A VIP Experience for a Cause
The privilege of making course history and claiming the inaugural tee off was one the team at The Reserve Club at Woodside decided to use for a worthy cause. To claim the coveted tee time, Reserve Club member Chuck DiNunzio made a generous donation to The Reserve Club’s Scholarship Fund which helps provide its staff with financial support to pursue educational opportunities. As part of the prize, Chuck and Kim DiNunzio, Lauren and Bill Shea, Suzy and Charlie Winterble, and Barbara and Roger White enjoyed a VIP experience that included a private champagne toast and an exceptional Chef’s Table dinner. Join their one-of-a-kind experience in the short recap below:
Play Hollow Creek Golf Course on Your Woodside Discovery Visit
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