Featured Virginia Golf Courses
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With a masterfully designed course by Tom Fazio, The Virginian has been honored by several national publications. Here, generous lawns are tended with care and gentle smiles are as good as waves. This is where families have rooted themselves and embraced a way of living.
Bryce Resort's 18 hole championship course is one of the Shenandoah Valley's premier destinations for golf. Only 2 hours from Washington, DC, our beautiful course offers stunning mountain views, tree lined fairways, and a tricky little creek which lazily winds its way back and forth across our links.
Located in the midst of American Civil War battlefields, The Crossings Golf Club in Richmond, Virginia is a Joe Lee designed 18 hole championship layout. A "must play" in the central Virginia area, The Crossings is an easy drive from the Washington D.C. area and a great place for travelers to stop along I-95.
Once the northern border of the Chickahominy Swamp during the Civil War, The Crossings was a hiding place for outlaws and staging area for troop movements in the pivotal Richmond Virginia area. Now, it's known as one of the commonwealth's Top 10 public golf courses. The Crossings Golf Club is one of the most playable and scenic championship tests of golf in southern Virginia.
For more than 100 years, generations of families have enjoyed the Lexington Golf & Country Club, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of central Virginia. Lexington features an 18-hole golf course known as the Jewel of the Valley, four tennis courts, a short game facility, a junior Olympic swimming pool, a restaurant and a banquet venue.
Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club Resort has been named one of the finest upscale daily fee public golf courses in Virginia. We are proud to proclaim ourselves the best Virginia public golf club. As our name indicates, we are located in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains near Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah Valley.
Located in Williamsburg, Virginia, Kiskiack's beautiful surroundings will allow you to unwind, the spectacular views will inspire you, and the challenging layout will awaken your spirit. Kiskiack Golf Club is set on land once occupied by the Chickiack, a group of Virginia Algonquian Indians, under the rule of the Great Chief Powhatan.
Everybody loves Brickshire. You will too. The popularity of this four-year-old Curtis Strange signature course is easily explained in two words: "player friendly." Discover wide, inviting fairways, artfully sculpted, true-rolling greens, and dramatic elevation changes. Golf Digest readers recently honored The Golf Club at Brickshire with a four and a half star rating. Golf Styles named Brickshire one of the mid-Atlantic's "Must Play" courses.
Located between Williamsburg and Richmond, Virginia, Royal New Kent is set upon the low hills between Diascund Creek and the Chickahominy River. In 1997, Royal New Kent opened to outstanding reviews and was named "Best New Upscale Public Course in the Nation" by GolfDigest and No. 23 on Golf Magazines's Top 100 you can play.