Virginia Golf Courses
There is plenty of great golf to be found in Virginia. The Commonwealth of Virginia boasts several great golf destinations. Southeastern Virginia features the coastal golf destinations of Virginia Beach and Historic Williamsburg one of the east coast’s top golf destinations. Head west into the foot hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains you will find several great courses in Charlottesville. Scenic mountain golf stretches along interstate 81 from Winchester in the North, through the Roanoke valley and into the Highlands of southwestern Virginia.
View Courses by DestinationWilliamsburg Golf Courses Virginia Beach Golf Courses Blue Ridge Golf Courses Northern Neck Golf Courses Charlottesville Golf Courses
Featured Golf Course
Full Cry Golf Club at Keswick Hall is a Pete Dye masterpiece that opened in late 2014. Full Cry is already assuming it’s place among the best of the best with awards such as Golf Digests’ Best New Course. Any “well-traveled” golfer needs to have Keswick’s Full Cry added to their list.Read More
This great Kingsmill golf vacation package from Kingsmill Resort and Virginia Golf Vacations is one of our most popular trips. Golfers get the best of both worlds they can stay onsite in multi room golf condos, play the famed Pete Dye designed River course plus their other favorite Williamsburg courses nearby including another top 100 course the Golden Horseshoe’s Gold Course, as well as Fords Colony, Royal New Kent and many more.
The LPGA’s Kingsmill Championship is scheduled to take place May 15th through May 21st 2017. Kingsmill will be unavailable between May 10th and May 24th 2017 due to event preparation and the actual event itself.
Visit our Williamsburg Golf Packages page for other great options during this period where you can stay, play and then go watch the best female golf professionals in the worldQuote Now
The Shenandoah Valley located in Northwestern Virginia is home to several great courses located in and around Front Royal And Winchester Virginia. Blue Ridge Shadows, Rock Harbor (Boulder and Rock Course) and Shenandoah Valley Golf Club are the areas most popular courses. The higher elevation allows for cooler late spring and summer temperatures and beautiful fall foliage. You can also enjoy stay and play with accommodations at Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Blue Ridge Shadows.Quote Now