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.
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The Commonwealth of Virginia can boast its own version of the Jones Trail with our Golden Horseshoe golf packages. Golfers can travel to Williamsburg and play the Golden Horseshoe’s Robert Trent Jones designed Gold Course (Golf Digest and GOLF magazine Top 100) and the Rees Jones designed Green Course and his newest course in the region, Viniterra. Enjoy onsite accommodations at Colonial Williamsburg’s Woodland, includes breakfast each morning or the Williamsburg Lodge.
Golden Horseshoe Golf Packages
The “Historic” Robert Trent Jones designed Gold course received a full renovation in 2017 (open late summer 2017). Don’t worry no major changes were made to a layout we all love but all playing surfaces were updated including tees fairways and greens. Putting greens will feature new 007 hybrid bent grass. A heat and traffic tolerant bent grass that will ensure year round high quality putting surfaces. No time better than now to book a Jones Collection Golf Trip through Virginia Golf Vacations.Quote Now
Plan a Virginia Beach Golf Trip during March, April, October or November and receive free replays at several of the region’s most popular courses. Participating courses include: Bay Creek’s Nicklaus and Palmer Courses, two the most well conditioned and scenic courses you will find on the east coast; Signature at Westneck, another well maintained Arnold Palmer design; the Pete Dye Designed Virginia Beach National and Sleepy Hole Golf Course along the Nansemond River. After golf enjoy unlimited fun with oceanfront accommodations in the heart of the famous Virginia Beach Strip where great restaurants and nightlife are just a short stroll down the beach.Quote Now