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Tee It Up At Cuscowilla

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Just a short drive from Gwinnett is Lake Oconee, one of Georgia#s premier golf and lake resorts. And situated on 600 of its acres, the Golf Club of Cuscowilla was named fourth of the top 40 real estate courses by Golf & Travel Magazine. Also called one of the best new courses in America by Golf Digest and one of the best 100 modern courses in America by GolfWeek, the words are an undeniable invitation to make par while the sun shines.

Well-spoken praise for the acclaimed Coore/Crenshaw designed course at Cuscowilla, centerpiece of the 600-acre resort/residential community. The course plays through rolling hills, pine forests and along the shore of beautiful Lake Oconee. A strategic challenge for any level of player, Cuscowilla features natural contouring and spectacular bunkering with caddie play available. Besides golf, visitors can enjoy breathtaking scenery, tennis, fishing and water sports.

After the 18th hole, look forward to first-class amenities such as the Waterside Restaurant and guest accommodations in award-winning golf cottages as well as the 1999 Southern Living Idea House. But take notice. The web site, www.cuscowilla.com, warns that visits to Cuscowilla may have a lasting effect on your lifestyle. They caution that leisurely walks or long afternoon naps may become a frequent occurrence. Or that water-skiing and fishing might occur with abandon. The symptoms of life at Cuscowilla are just these. Easy. Slow. Fresh. And pleasantly unexpected.

The opportunity is yours for the asking. Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee. 126 Cuscowilla Drive. Eatonton. Call 1-800-458-5351, or visit the web site at www.cuscowilla.com.