Imagine plucking up Royal County Down by its roots and transplanting it, bunkers, dunes and fescue included, to a hilly inland tree-lined landscape, then you’ll have an idea as to what Royal New Kent is like.
Keswick Hall Golf Club is set in the heart of Virginia’s Hunt Country and the club’s new Pete and Alice Dye-designed “Full Cry” course is laid out over a 1990s Arnold Palmer layout. Beware of the hounds!
Golden Horseshoe's Gold course was closed during 2016/17 when an extensive renovation was carried out by Rees Jones and Greg Muirhead. Bunkers were reconstructed, greens resurfaced and the entire course re-grassed.
The James River course is one of three impressive 18-hole layouts used by members of the Country Club of Virginia and it was originally laid out by William Flynn in 1928, five years after he designed the acclaimed Cascades course at The Homestead...
One of the leading campus courses in the country, the Pete Dye River Course of Virginia Tech has been selected to host one of the state’s top events, the Virginia State Amateur, in 2016.
The course at Boonsboro Country Club was intended to be a Willie Park Jnr design but Fred Findlay ended up completing the layout in 1929. Rees Jones has since been credited with a redesign of the course in 1981.
Around 400,000 cubic yards of earth was moved during the construction of Bayville Golf Club to form a number of lakes...
Spring Creek Golf Club was originally intended to be one of a number of new Virginian golf courses that would form a “Sam Snead Golf Trail”...
The Foundry Golf Club was established in 1990, when fairways were routed through the winding wetland areas of Fine Creek. It’s a walking golfer’s course, where a top class caddie program helps to maintain the pace of play.
Laid out on a bluff overlooking the Potomac River, the Arthur Hills-designed River course at Trump National Golf Club, Washington DC. debuted in 1998.