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Leading the way are Virginia’s famous golf resorts such as
The Homestead, Kingsmill, Colonial Williamsburg, Primland, Lansdowne, Wintergreen,
The Tides Inn, Bay Creek, Keswick, Olde Mille and Caverns Country Club. Each
resort presents the best of golf course quality and design as well as service
and amenities for both golfers and families. Virginia 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
Following Virginia’s collection of resorts are high-quality
daily fee courses such as Blue Ridge Shadows in the Blue Ridge Mountains,
Virginia Beach National, Deer Run in Newport News and Raspberry Falls in
Northern Virginia, to name just a few. Virginia’s topography presents golfers
with challenges unlike other states. Virginia offers mountain courses with
dramatic elevation changes, relatively flat coastal or seaside layouts, rolling
farmland designs and courses aligned next to rivers and lakes.
Your Virginia golf tour can include courses that are as
varied as the geography and that carry different prices tags. If you’re looking
for economical play, an overnight package or a deluxe vacation, Virginia has
the variety of courses and amenities to fit any budget.
Order the 2012 Virginia Golf Guide and you’ll find
maps, courses descriptions and directories, fascinating highlights and
photographs of beautiful courses that will make you want to play as many
Virginia courses as you can this year.
Order your Free Virginia Travel Guide.
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