Golf Real Estate OnLine News
For Immediate Release
July 2007


In this issue
-- Reynolds Plantation Opens First Members' Only Course
-- Play Golf in Your Living Room
-- July PGA Tour Events
-- Looks What's New...
-- Fun Sites for the Avid Golfer

Welcome to the July 2007 edition of Golf Real Estate OnLine News.

The information contained within Golf Real Estate OnLine News is designed to provide helpful information about Golf Real Estate, up-dates on our Communities of Distinction and new features on the Golf Real Estate OnLine site.

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Reynolds Plantation Opens First Members' Only Course
Reynolds Plantation's fifth golf masterpiece is now open for member play. The Creek Course is Reynolds Plantation's first-ever member only course, and was designed by 2003 Golf Digest Architect of the Year Jim Engh. Featuring Engh's distinctive, rolling bunkers, exclusive Zoysia grass fairways and stunning home sites, The Creek Club continues the legacy of golfing excellence synonymous with the Reynolds name.

"When a golf course architect sits atop the charts for three years running, it's time to take notice, especially when his name isn't Tom Fazio. Since 2001 Jim Engh has designed a trio of Golf Digest's America's Best New courses, the most by any architect. His 2003 winner makes him the hottest designer and helped earn him the honor of being named Golf Digest's first Architect of the Year." GOLF DIGEST, January 2004 issue

"In designing the fifth course at Reynolds Plantation, I got real lucky. There are only so many places left on earth that have a setting that's absolutely perfect." Jim Engh

"How does a community that has already achieved 'Best of the Best' become even greater? The answer is Jim Engh. Jim is a fabulous, young, energetic golf course designer and we had heard wonderful things about him. He had a lot of energy and a lot of enthusiasm. His name was high on our list of designers that would add to our repertoire of fabulous golf and we thought he would make a terrific addition to Reynolds Plantation because of the uniqueness of his designs and the enthusiasm and amount of effort he puts forth." Mercer Reynolds, Chairman and CEO, Reynolds Plantation

Play Golf in Your Living Room
Box of Golf (MS) - Golf is one of the most popular sports, growing by leaps and bounds among people of all ages. In the United States alone, 26.7 million people-including more than one of every six adults-currently play golf, say statistics. Among total numbers of golfers, an estimated 2.9 million are between the ages of 5 and 17.

While golf is certainly an activity the entire family can enjoy, some do not have the means or the time to make repeated trips to the course and traverse the links. Others are looking to continue the game long after they've sunk their last hole.

There are ways to enjoy the premise of golf at your convenience and under any weather conditions. These ideas can also be used as gifts for the hard-to-buy-for golf fan or entertainment options for theme parties.

· Purchase an instructional video by a favorite coach or player and watch it as a group.

· Look for a computer or video-game system game that simulates golf play. For team play, set up fun competitions for who can beat par.

· Design a few practice holes or a miniature putting green in the yard if there is ample acreage to do so. Host a party around your private golf country club.

· Upgrade to a cable television package that offers sports coverage on demand that can be recorded or watched when a professional golf game is being broadcast.

· Box of Golf® (pictured above) can be played by the whole family, including those who play golf and those who don't. The entire game is housed in a collectible wooden box. It comes complete with eighteen holes and is a combination of luck and strategy, just like the real thing. Just like in real golf, the object is to beat par. The par number for each hole is located in the upper left corner of each board. You begin each hole on the Tee Box and move your playing piece based on matching like colors on your dice. You are trying to beat par on each hole by taking the least number of turns to get to the cup on the putting surface. For more information on Box of Golf® go to http://www.boxofgolf.com

Have fun!

July PGA Tour Events
July 5-8
The INTERNATIONAL: Castle Pines GC, Castle Rock, Colorado
Televised by The Golf Channel/CBS

July 12-15
John Deere Classic: TPC Deere Run, Silvis, Illinois
Televised by The GOLF Channel/CBS

July 19-22
British Open: Carnoustie GC, Angus, UK
Televised by ABC/TNT

July 19-22
U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee: Brown Deer Park GC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Televised by CBS/USA

July 26-29
Canadian Open: Angus Glen Country Club, Markham, Ontario, Canada
Televised by The GOLF Channel/CBS

Looks What's New...
The Library
Visit the new Golf Real Estate OnLine Library today! We've started a list of our favorite golf titles. We've also given you the opportunity to purchase these books from Amazon.com

Check The Library regularly for new additions.

Fun Sites for the Avid Golfer
The Golf Warehouse-tgw.com
Great service, selection and prices. PLUS, you can shop from the comfort of your own home. www.tgw.com

AND be sure to check out...http://www.19thhole.com
Now you can amerce yourself in the game-rain or shine. Enjoy!