What are the differences between golf courses at Reunion Resort?

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Larry Olmsted

Each Reunion Resort golf course is done in a distinct style to offer a completely unique experience. In true Scottish or Irish style, the links-like Watson has little water but bunkers everywhere, from fairways to deep greenside pot bunkers. Greens are huge and easy to hit, but very undulating, making three or even four-putting a real risk. The Nicklaus Course is a flat, target-style layout, with forced carries off several tees, small fairway landing areas and equally small greens, and water is in play on half the holes. You can see all the trouble but avoiding it is a real challenge. In contrast, the Palmer Course features large fairways that are vast green expanses of grass, and even though there is plenty of water, with the course playing around lakes, there is room for errant driving — this is the easiest of the three.

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