GREENVILLE, SC – More than 100 participants teed off at The
Reserve at Lake Keowee today for the 26th Annual Bi-Lo Charity Classic Golf Tournament. The private Jack Nicklaus-designed course was one of 12 host sites for the one-day tournament. “It is an honor to be able to host an event that touches so many people and supports so many wonderful organizations,” said Bo Bowden, the head golf professional at The Reserve.

“Bi-Lo gives so much back to the community. We are excited to partner with them and take part in the tournament,” said tournament participant, Meade Bradshaw of Bylada Foods. The tournament, which has raised over $44 million over the past 26 years, is the largest tournament held at The Reserve.

About The Reserve at Lake Keowee
The Reserve at Lake Keowee is a 3,900-acre lake, mountain and golf community stretching across 30 miles of shoreline on pristine Lake Keowee. Created by Greenwood Communities & Resorts, The Reserve offers more than $100 million in completed, family-friendly amenities. At the heart of it all sits a lakeside Village Center complete with a 200-slip Marina, Guest House and Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. Outdoor recreation starts here at The Reserve and extends to lively area cities and universities like Asheville, Greenville and Clemson University. Homesites are offered from $200,000 including membership.

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