Dabo Swinney Hosts the Annual Clemson Football Media Day at The Reserve at Lake Keowee
It was a delight to host the Clemson University Football coaches and local media for the Tigers’ annual Football Media Day golf outing on Tuesday, July 17th.
Media, Clemson Staff and Coaches filled the Orchard Clubhouse and Veranda at The Reserve at Lake Keowee. The event, which included a round of golf on The Reserve’s award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, provided the opportunity for the University to announce its plans and programs for the upcoming football season and allowed for interviews and discussions between the coaches and members of the press.
Clemson University’s Head Football Coach and Member of The Reserve at Lake Keowee, Dabo Swinney, Defensive Coordinator Brent Venables, Co-Offensive Coordinators Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott, Brandon Streeter, Mike Reed, among many others, attended and played alongside members of the media from across the state and ACC region.
Coach Dabo Swinney started out saying “It’s great to be out here, it’s kind of the official GO time for us. There has been a lot of enthusiasm and players have worked hard this summer. This team has been very focused.”
Every year it is such a great opportunity for The Reserve to be able to assist Clemson football as they host Media day and kick off the season with this event.
The Reserve and Clemson University
With The Reserve at Lake Keowee being located close to Clemson University, it makes for the perfect partnership between our community and the staff of Clemson University. One of the joys of this partnership is being able to open up The Reserve golf course to the coaches and staff to the Clemson Football team every year for media day.
Regardless of the sport, if it’s golf, basketball, or football, we are always going to cheer on our Clemson Tigers, either on or off the field. We love being able to welcome our Tigers every year.