Top Virginia Golf Resorts
Lansdowne Resort brings you three spectacular golf courses spanning 45 of the region’s finest fairways. It doesn’t matter if you’re a master golfer or just swing the clubs for fun, you’ll find a course for every skill level at Lansdowne Resort Golf Club.
The Robert Trent Jones, Jr. course will test your skills through 18 holes of long fairways and thick woodlands. The Norman Course was designed by legendary golf titan Greg Norman, and will challenge even the most seasoned veteran. The last four holes are exactly one mile long, and it’s considered the hardest mile in golf. The Shark Bite - a nine-hole course - was designed to mimic the Norman Course, but is substantially shorter. This is the perfect course if you’re looking for a quick warm-up or some family fun out on the links. After a day out on the course pamper yourself at the full-service Spa Minerale or just unwind in your lavish suite. From casual meals to luxurious dining rooms, you’ll find it all in the six onsite restaurants. The Aquatic Complex brings family fun to a new level with five pools, thrilling waterslides and more! Lansdowne Resort is a complete vacation under one roof.
Lansdowne Resort is located in the midst of Virginia’s beautiful wine country.
Lansdowne Resort is located less than an hour from Washington D.C., 20 minutes from Beltway and 15 minutes from the Washington Dulles International Airport. Lansdowne Resort can assist you with all of your transportation needs.
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Salamander Resort & Spa
Though you won't find a full golf course directly onsite, you won't have to travel far to experience one of the best layouts in the Washington D.C. area during your next trip to Salamander Resort & Spa.
Conveniently located just 10 miles (15 minutes) from Salamander Resort & Spa, Creighton Farms is one of the D.C. metro's premier private clubs, and partners with the resort to offer a championship level experience during your next Virginia golf getaway. When this Jack Nicklaus Signature Course opened, it was recognized as one of the premier golf courses on the Eastern Seaboard and honored on "Best New Private Courses" lists by Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, Golfweek, and Travel + Leisure. There are plenty of other courses also located just a short distance from the resort if you're looking for a layout that's a little less intimidating.
500 North Pendleton Street Middleburg, VA 20117
Other area courses you can try during your stay include: Bull Run Golf Club, Evergreen Country Club, Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club, and more!
The PGA of America recognized Creighton Farms championship pedigree when it selected the course to play host to the Senior PGA Professional National Championship in 2011, 2012 and 2013.close
Hot Springs, Virginia
Founded in 1753 The Homestead is one of Virginia’s many historical treasures. The three world-class golf courses also hold historical charm combined with breathtaking scenery - but don’t fall into a trance from the beautiful surroundings. You’ll need to concentrate on these challenging 54 holes.
You have to take a shot at the Old Course. Built in 1892, the first hole is the oldest in the nation. With wavy fairways you’ll have interesting approach shots onto the narrow greens. The Cascade Course is set around the lofty Allegheny Mountains. The narrow fairways force you to shoot the ball straight and the fast greens require accurate putting. At the Lower Cascade Course you’ll have huge wide-open fairways with strategically placed bunkers. The breathtaking scenery and challenging courses make The Homestead a splendid golf resort. Steeped in history and southern charm, The Homestead offers you more than just magnificent golf courses. You can saddle up for mountain horseback riding, fish the trout streams, roll strikes at the bowling alley, hike the Cascade Gorge and more. For a little relaxation you can visit the luxury spa or unwind outside your suite on your private sun porch. If you’re looking for non-stop family recreation, The Homestead is where you should be.
The Homestead offers guests an Olympic-size ice skating rink.
The Homestead was built ten years before the American Revolution as a place to relieve the stress of everyday life.
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Bay Creek Resort and Club
Cape Charles, Virginia
The famed Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer rivalry lives on at Bay Creek Resort and Club. These two golf heavyweights bring you two different, but equally challenging, 18-hole courses in the midst of Cape Charles and Virginia’s eastern shoreline.
Measuring 7,417 yards, the Jack Nicklaus Course has smooth fairways and bent grass greens. The course challenges you with more than 100 bunkers – bring your flip-flops; you could be spending a lot of time in the sand. In the blue corner, measuring in at 7,204 yards, the Arnold Palmer golf course has five strategically placed tee boxes designed for golfers of all skill levels. We’ll let you decide the winner, but you won’t find a golf resort like this anywhere else in Virginia. Back at Bay Creek Resort and Club you’ll experience 19th-century beauty while you’re pampered with 21st-century amenities. The Aqua Restaurant offers casual lunches to world-class culinary delights. The marina guides you right into the Atlantic Ocean for deep sea fishing and ocean relaxation. The Bay Creek Resort and club offers your whole family the finer side of Virginia vacations.
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Bay Creek Resort and Club offers their own boutique village with five stores.
Bay Creek Resort and Club is in Cape Charles 15 minutes from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and less than 45 minutes from Norfolk and Virginia Beach. For those traveling from Washington the Coastal Highway provides a scenic and relaxing drive.
Bay Creek Resort and Club marks the first time both Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer designed courses for the same resort.close
Kiln Creek Golf Club and Resort
Newport News, Virginia
No other course in central Virginia will test your accuracy like Kiln Creek Golf Club. The fairways are surrounded by thick forests and spotted with sand traps – no slicing the ball here! It’s a course that is bound to improve your game.
Designed by the respected architect Tom Clark, the 18-hole course stretches across 6,972 acres. Clark incorporated the dense forests and little creeks into his design – it’s almost like he bent the creeks knowing that you would hit your ball there. But you don’t have to worry about losing your balls with a full-service golf shop onsite. Here you will find everything you need to improve your game, repair your clubs or just splurge on some new equipment. The moment you step off the magnificent course you step into pure luxury at the Kiln Creek Golf Club and Resort. Grab some gourmet grub at the Manchester Grill, challenge a friend at the tennis courts or just take a refreshing dip in the pool. Before you hit the hay grab a night cap at the Manchester Grill – just don’t stay out too late. If you’re a true golfer, you have an early tee time!
Since the opening of Kiln Creek Golf Club and Resort in 1991 they have entertained more than 5,000 group functions and special events.
Kiln Creek is off I-64 in Newport News, VA, just 30 minutes from Virginia Beach and 20 minutes from historic Williamsburg.
Kiln Creek Golf Club and Resort’s eighth hole was ranked one of the best par four holes in the region by Tee Time Magazine.close
Paved with a presidential past, this classic American relic stands as a modest reminder of a simpler time. Return to the once-was at this luxury, all-out Arnold Palmer signature golf course resort.
As the morning mist lifts you can peek into the past at the pastoral but presidential Keswick Hall. Past enchantment lives in the lush greens, fresh-cut fairways, and in the mystical old oak groves that stand as a testament to time. Remember your roots in this American classic golf resort. Where quality is king, luxury is expected, and modern marvels are a promise. Take the unique uphill approach and test your talent on Hole #5’s Gauntlet or #14’s Keswick Corner. Restore your natural balance with raindrop therapy or hot stone massage at the Spa at Keswick Hall. Design a dinner for two above the panoramic postcard of Southwest mountains and marvel at the majesty of this mystical mountain valley mansion.
Step into a welcome respite and into Keswick Hall's kingly courtyard. A professionally-touted golf course comes complete with simply superior suites, spa, mountain top restaurant, and much more!
At Keswick, the Blue Ridge Mountains don't take center stage, they're the backdrop to your next adventure! Try fly fishing with the Albermarle Angler, go beyond the map and see Virginia's countryside from a hot air balloon, or sink into the Horizon, at Keswick Hall's horizon pool, that is.
Keswick Hall has been named "Number 1 Top Small Resorts" in the Mainland USA by Condé Nast Traveler!close
Mariners Landing Resort
Below the towering Blue Ridge Mountains you’ll find Mariners Landing Resort and the championship 18-hole golf course. The course was designed by renowned architect Trent Jones, Sr. who thoughtfully placed five tee boxes at every hole to accommodate all skill levels.
The par 72 course incorporates the beautiful Virginia landscapes into every hole. The Smith Mountain Lake sparkles in the morning sun and the Blue Ridge Mountains stand tall in the background. If you’re looking to shave a few strokes off your game visit the pro shop. Three golf professionals are standing by to help you with lessons, club repair and information on the latest golf gadgets. You can also improve your game at the driving range and practice green. Mariners Landing Resort is the perfect getaway for you and your sweetheart, a business trip or an exciting family vacation. The Pointe Restaurant serves fresh Atlantic oysters and gorgeous mountain views. Keep your daily workout regimen with Mariners Landing Resort’s personal trainers and full-service fitness center. Right down the street you’ll find the Hickory Hill Vineyards and Winery and the Booker T. Washington National Memorial.
Guests have enjoyed Mariners Landing Resort so much they have purchased real estate and become residents.
Mariners Landing Resort has three different recreational pools onsite with waterslides, Jacuzzis and cabanas.
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The golf courses at Kingsmill Resort blew our minds! The four championship courses – covering 63 holes - were designed by golf superstars like Arnold Palmer. They weave around lush forests, tranquil rivers and historic plantations – it’s everything a golf resort should be!
When you enter Kingsmill Country Club you’ll feel like a kid in a candy store – which course are you going to choose first? The renowned River Course takes you along the sparkling blue waters of the James River. The Plantation course has large manicured greens and requires precision putting. The Woods Course combines both short and long holes and forces you to use every weapon in your arsenal – well, every club in your bag. The Bray is the smaller course consisting of nine holes, but brings huge excitement for families, beginners or if you need some practice with your irons. Kingsmill Resort didn’t make it to number one just because of the remarkable onsite golf courses – it’s your complete family getaway! Pry yourself away from the links for some relaxation at the full-service spa or gourmet dining at six restaurants. Your little tykes can find big thrills at Kid’s Kamp with sports activities, playgrounds and more.
Kingsmill Resort covers 2,900 acres along the James River in historic Williamsburg.
The Kingsmill Marina is open March through November
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Some of Virginia’s golf resorts seem to sit next to the mountains and not venture through them. Not at Wintergreen Resort! With the highest golf course in Virginia and a 27-hole course at the foot of the mountains you’ll have an unforgettable golf outing at Wintergreen Resort.
Most people climb mountains, not golf through them. Devils Creek sits in the Blue Ride Mountains 3,850 feet above sea level. Throughout the course you’ll have views that stretch 50 miles in every direction. But we need you to stay focused! The narrow fairways have stolen too many balls and the hilly greens seem to kick you right off. At the bottom of the mountain you’ll find the 27-hole Stoney Creek Golf Course. The course was designed to wind you through the ancient Rock Fish Valley and use nature’s streams and forests against you. If you need more than those 45 reasons to visit Wintergreen Resort you’re in luck; they are also a ski resort. The 26 mountain slopes range in skill level from beginner to expert and you can get a few lessons from the knowledgeable staff. If skiing isn’t your thing then tube down the slopes – this is a perfect family activity!
Wintergreen Resort is known for year-round fun at both the ski slopes and golf courses.
Wintergreen Resort is located next to the Blue Ridge Parkway in beautiful Central Virginia.
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Boar's Head Resort
You don’t need a perfect swing or a low score to appreciate a round of golf at the Birdwood golf course at Boar's Head Resort. Virginia’s rich history shines onto the course and accompanies the unforgettable scenery. You’re sure to find this course challenging, majestic and loads of fun.
Before there were manicured greens, sand traps and tee boxes there were roaming cattle, fluffy sheep and prize-winning show horses. The 500 acres that is now Birdwood used to be the famous farmland that produced Virginia Hereford cattle. The University of Virginia acquired the land in 1974 and hired architect Lindsay Ervin to transform it into a championship golf course. Thanks to Ervin you can swing, chip and putt your way around this once-legendary farmland. The remarkable Birdwood golf course isn’t the only activity at Boar's Head Resort – not even close. You’ll also get to experience scenic hiking trails, paved bike paths, full-service spas and a remarkable fitness center. To top off your vacation you can dine at four world-class restaurants and relax in your luxurious suite.
The Boar’s Head is located two miles west of Charlottesville, Virginia, just off Route 250 West.
The Birdwood Pavilion was constructed in 1819 by the same craftsmen who built the Rotunda at the University of Virginia.
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