Virginia Golf Courses
There is plenty of great golf to be found in Virginia. Book a trip through Virginia Golf Vacations and you can play the best Virginia Golf Courses paired with Virginia's best lodging all at a discount. A golf trip to 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 foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains you will find several great golf 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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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.
Nestled along the beautiful waters of the Rappahanock River you will find the perfect mixture of small town charm and championship golf. Kilmarnock,VA is home to The Golden Eagle Golf Club located at the Tides Inn and Piankatank River Golf Club. Stay nearby at the Best Western Kilmarnock, centrally located to courses and several popular restaurants. Make sure you samples some of the local seafood while in town. The great golf will bring you there and the local seafood will bring you back!
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.