The Governor’s Land at Two Rivers Country Club lies ten miles west of downtown Williamburg, where the Chickahominy River and James River meet, and its Tom Fazio-designed course has been renovated to feature bentgrass greens and Bermuda fairways.
Two Rivers is a very good course. Conditioning is excellent. A good variety of holes. A nice finish on the river with the last 3 holes. Just a delightful course you could enjoy playing every day. It is one of the better courses in the state of Virginia. Given that it warrants a 4.5 maybe 5 rating. The Williamsburg area has a great group of courses and is a destination worth looking into. Two rivers is private as are several of the best in the area. And unlike courses in the UK, It is a need to be introduced by a member to play.
This is a top-5 course in Virginia. The greens are best in the state and always roll 12-13 or faster on the stimpmeter. Subtle undulation and fast greens make this course a true gem. Tee to green offers challenge requiring precision along with many risk-reward opportunities. It’s a true shotmakers paradise. As the only private country club in the area, they have very little crowds, and I’ve rarely seen more than a few groups during my visits out there. The name of the club comes from the two rivers that converge into one and the course offers a unique coastal feel. Several holes border the river coastline while others play through tidal marshes. Also the Jamestown settlement 1607 is only a few miles down the coast. Tons of character and a true treat if you get invited to play.