August 31, 2015
I've been on the road for nearly two hours. I've managed to navigate my way through Atlanta's frenetic bumper-to-bumper traffic and am en route along the I-20 to Greensboro, Georgia, home to the secluded confines of what Conde Naste Traveler magazine recently called the "No. 1 Golf Resort" in North America as part of its "Top 100 Golf Resorts" list. I finally see the road sign I've been eagerly looking for on my left - Linger Longer Road and the gateway to my final destination - Reynolds Plantation. At last I've arrived at the place The Robb Report once referred to as the "Best of the Best Golf Community" in the United States.
Located midway between Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia, sprawls a rural golf getaway that gives new meaning to living the good life. Playing golf is the primary reason for my visit to Reynolds Plantation, but if you like to indulge in other activities like boating, fishing, tennis, biking and hiking, you've certainly arrived at the Shangri-la of outdoor living.
The brainchild of businessmen Mercer Reynolds Sr. and James Madison Reynolds, the plantation's origins date…
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