Virginia

Top 100 Golf Courses - Virginia

1757 Golf Club

41st Virginia - Best in Area

Named after Loudon county’s year of foundation, the 1757 Golf Club course is a David Heatwole layout – where water features at fourteen holes – and it concludes with an intimidating par three played over water to a shallow home green.

Lansdowne (Norman)

42nd Virginia - Best in Area

The front nine of the Norman course at the Golf Club of Lansdowne are routed along the Potomac River, then the back nine returns west along the river towards Goose Creek.

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Birdwood

43rd Virginia - Best in Area

Designed by Lindsay Ervin, the Birdwood golf course at the Boar’s Head Resort is home to the University of Virginia's men and women's golf teams and it’s one of the region's finest public layouts.

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Cypress Point Country Club

44th Virginia - Best in Area

The semi-private course at Cypress Point Country Club lies next to Lake Lawson and Lake Smith in Virginia Beach. It’s a Tom Clark design that debuted in 1987, with distinctive Bermuda fairways leading to lush bentgrass greens.

Blue Ridge Shadows

45th Virginia - Best in Area

The course at Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club is laid out as two distinctly different nines. One is undulating and tree-lined while the other is more open and flatter, routed round wetlands and water hazards...

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Wintergreen (Devil's Knob)

46th Virginia - Best in Area

The 45-hole Wintergreen Resort features the 18-hole Devil’s Knob course which Ellis Maples designed in the late 1970s. Sitting at an elevation of more than 3,800 feet above sea level, it’s the highest golfing layout in the state of Virginia.

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Lake Chesdin

47th Virginia - Best in Area

The course at Lake Chesdin Golf Club overlooks the Lake Chesdin Reservoir at Chesdin Landing in Chesterfield County. First opened for play in 1999, this Barton Tuck and Ault Clark and Associates design is set out on rolling terrain around a small residential development.

Bowling Green (North)

48th Virginia - Best in Area

Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, close to the small town of Front Royal in Warren County, the 36-hole golf facility at Bowling Green Country Club offers golfers two Lynwood Morrison 18-hole layouts, the longest and toughest of which is the 6,364-yard North course.

Magnolia Green

49th Virginia - Best in Area

Nicklaus Design laid out the original 9-holer at Westham Golf Club in 2010 and it was re-branded Magnolia Green Golf Club when Tom Clark (with Mark Meijer and Chris Cochran of Nicklaus Design) fashioned a second nine in 2015.

Heron Ridge

50th Virginia - Best in Area

A Fred Couples and Gene Bates creation from 1998, Heron Ridge Golf Club features pleasant elevation changes and plenty of water to contend with during a round here at Virginia Beach.

Virginia Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Cory Lewis Courses Played 46
2 Bob McCoy Courses Played 14
3 Paul Jones Courses Played 10
4 Doug Roberts Courses Played 8
5 Bill Crane Courses Played 6
6 Gary Eason Courses Played 5
7 Hayes Holderness Courses Played 5
8 Fergal O'Leary Courses Played 5
9 Jeff Kissel Courses Played 5
10 Scott Falatach Courses Played 4