The accolades for this truly remarkable VA golf course just keep coming. The Rick Jacobson designed Augustine Golf Club was carved from the gentle rolling hills of Stafford County. Its emerald green fairways provide dramatic contrast to the natural pine, hardwood forest, and wildlife that call Augustine home.
The Shenandoah Valley has unveiled yet another VA golf course, adding to its repertoire with the opening of the highly anticipated Blue Ridge Shadows. Designed by architect Tom Clark of Ault, Clark & Associates, the 18-hole par 72 features bent grass tees, fairways and greens, while multiple tees allow for a challenging, yet pleasurable, golf experience for players at all skill levels.
The Bowling Green Country Club-North course was designed and constructed over 15 years ago by local golf course legend Lynwood Morrison. Built on what was once farmland, Bowling Green-North features smooth bent grass greens and gently rolling fairways. Measuring just under 6100 yards from the tips, the par 71 track is not incredibly long, but requires well-thought-out shots.
The South course at Bowling Green is much younger than its brother to the north and a bit shorter in length. But don't let it con you into thinking it's a pushover . . . especially when you get to the finishing holes.
Beautiful Bryce Resort is home to an Ed Ault designed 18-hole championship VA golf course. Located at the foot of a mountain, which is home to Bryce Resort’s ski slopes, the golf course, though relatively flat, offers spectacular scenery and views. With several tree-lined holes and fairway bunkering, Bryce Resort is an excellent test of a player’s ability to keep the ball in play.
Enjoy outstanding golf in the breathtakingly beautiful Shenandoah Valley at Caverns Country Club Resort. Nestled in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains and overlooking the fabled Shenandoah River, the unique setting of the rivers and mountain creates one of the most scenic golf opportunities in the Mid-Atlantic region. High above the banks of the river, 6,499 yards of gently rolling fairways seem to touch the mountains with beautiful vistas of nearby farmlands.
This 1938 nine-hole layout features dual tee boxes to create a true 18-hole feel. Front Royal is reminiscent of the old Scottish links-style courses that require accuracy, not length. The challenge comes from the small undulating greens and deep bunkering.
Located along the shores on the 90-acre scenic Lake Curtis in Fredericksburg, VA, The Gauntlet offers challenging and picturesque VA golf. Created by architect P.B. Dye, the 6,900-yard par 72 championship course is carved out of rolling, wooded hills along the lake.
The classic Goose Creek Golf Club, conveniently located in historic Leesburg, has been home to Northern Virginia’s golfers for more than half a century. Goose Creek rekindles the spirit of days past, providing today’s golfers a classic golfing experience at a great value.
Heritage Oaks is the new municipal course located in and operated by the city of Harrisonburg, Virginia. The course was designed by architect Bill Love. Public golfers will appreciate the very affordable fees and accessibility found at Heritage Oaks. The design of the course is a mix of links style and parkland style holes that meander along an extremely diverse piece of property.
Ingleside Golf Club in Staunton offers 18 holes of golf in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Our service-friendly atmosphere and well-maintained facility foster enjoyment of the game at any level. We invite you to join us for play.
One of the newest VA golf courses to the Shenandoah Valley is Jackson’s Chase At Pine Hills Golf Club. With panoramic views of Signal Knob and surrounding mountains, Jackson’s Chase is perhaps the area’s most historic course. Enjoy a round of golf on the very ground where General Stonewall Jackson gave chase during the Civil War over 130 years ago.
Outstanding VA golf awaits you at Lakeview Golf Course in Harrisonburg, VA. The Mountain View 18 provides golfers a U.S. Open-like experience. The new Mountain Nine, with its breathtaking, serene views, strategically placed bunkers and demanding water hazards, combines with the Spring Nine, featuring two spring-fed creeks and subtle undulating greens, to be our most challenging course.
Located in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia, approximately 1 hour south of Washington DC, Lee’s Hill Golf Club is one of the pioneers of upscale VA golf in the region. From its celebrated opening in 1994, the course attracted excellent reviews and was immediately listed in the top ten in Northern Virginia.
Meadowcreek Golf Course, home of The First Tee of Charlottesville, is a cut above most municipal VA golf courses. Sporting greens of Penncross bentgrass and Bermuda fairways, this beautiful tract is surrounded by panoramic views of Central Virginia. Meadowcreek Golf Course is adorned with large, stately oak trees flowering dogwood and cherry trees, and proudly hosts many regional tournaments.
From the creators of Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club, Old Hickory Golf Club in Woodbridge offers a “Country Club Experience” with pristine conditions and personal service. The par-72, 7,170-yard championship layout is the work of architect Tim Freeland, who previously worked for the design firm of golf legend Gary Player and also worked on the design of Raspberry Falls.
In the heart of the Shenandoah Valley sets one of America’s most spectacular VA golf courses. Packsaddle Ridge Golf Club in Keezletown, Virginia, is a stunning 18-hole championship golf course featuring incredible views of the valley below. The course was voted #5 Best New Affordable Course by Golf Digest for 2003.
Pleasant Valley Golf Club is a must play in the Washington, DC area. Conveniently located in Chantilly, Virginia, just 25 miles west of our nation’s Capital, it is a beautiful, natural layout in a park-like setting - no homes bordering the golf course, just great golf holes.
Raspberry Falls Golf and Hunt Club is an upscale, daily fee course that holds the distinction of being Virginia’s only Gary Player Signature course. The 7,191 yard layout rambles through “Raspberry Plain,” established in the 18th century as one of the most productive and hospitable plantations in all of Virginia.
Located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley just west of Winchester, VA, Rock Harbor Golf Course is the region’s newest and perhaps most exciting layout. Designer Denny Perry built the course on over 325 acres of apple orchards and woodlands.
The Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, located 8 miles north of Front Royal, is 27 holes of the best VA golf. Its scenic beauty is unparalleled with views of the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge and Massanutten mountain ranges on every hole.
The Shenvalee Resort’s beautiful 27-hole PGA course first opened in 1927 with Bobby Jones performing the honors. You’ll discover enjoyable and relaxing golf at The Shenvalee in the historic Shenandoah Valley. Shenvalee has five sets of tees to adapt to all players. Rye grass fairways, bentgrass greens and rolling countryside terrain make The Shenvalee an area favorite.
Imagine yourself playing South Riding Golf Club – a golfer’s dream come true. Set in the gentle hills of Northern Virginia, amidst the hardwood trees, grassy meadows, and picturesque water features, South Riding boasts a Dan Maples signature championship golf course, which has challenged golfers since 1997.
The Club at Viniterra is Virginia’s most beautiful and exciting new golf course. Located in New Kent between Richmond and Williamsburg, this 18-hole championship course designed by acclaimed architect Rees Jones is adjacent to New Kent Winery and is the centerpiece of the unique and upscale Viniterra residential community.