Please enter your current email address to receive instructions on resetting your password.
Your password has been reset. Please check your email for further instructions.
You are sending a link to the page. Please completely fill out the form
Add an additional message below.
The URL for the page will automatically be added to your message.
The Old Dominion has some of the country’s best classic designs and modern layouts. It has one of the world’s great mountain courses (the
Cascades Course at The Homestead) and one of the world’s great golf
destinations (Williamsburg, ranked No. 24 in the world by Golf Digest).
Most of the great architects have worked a plot or two of Virginia soil.
You can find the modern wonder of the Pete Dye designed
River Course at Kingsmill Resort or the
classic touch of Robert Trent Jones at the GoldenHorseshoe Golf Club. Golf is played in Virginia’s
great metropolises, its wonderfully quaint small towns
and its scenic rural areas. Wherever you are in the
Old Dominion, it’s a sure bet you’re just a few miles
from a great golf experience. Plus, there is plenty to do beyond the course.
home to the world’s longest resort beach (28 miles of
Virginia Beach shoreline), the world’s largest
shipbuilding city (Newport News), the Clam Capital
of the World (Chincoteague), the Apple Capital
of the World (Winchester), and Virginia is now also known as the Oyster Capital of the East Coast.
All of this lays the framework for the most
diverse menu of golf courses any state on the East
Coast offers. No state can match Virginia for quality
and diversity, and one needs to look no further than
the top of the list of the state’s 220 public courses.* The Highlands Course at Primland Resort and the Cascades Course at
The Homestead are two of the nation’s finest mountain courses. The
Jack Nicklaus Course and Arnold Palmer Course at Bay Creek Resort
are two magnificent sea level courses. The Golden Horseshoe Golf
Club’s classic Gold Course in Williamsburg is one of the nation’s finest
resort courses. Laurel Hill in Lorton is one of the nation’s best
municipal courses. Golf magazines have ranked Williamsburg and the
Virginia mountains among the 50 best golf destinations in the world.
Virginia is definitely for golf lovers.
Order your Free 2013 Virginia Travel Guide.
What's going on around Virginia? Subscribe to the Virginia eNews.
Thank You! For subscribing to the Virginia eNewsletter. You will begin receiving 2 email newsletters each month.
View Our Newsletter Archive
Online Travel Guide
Virginia iPhone Apps