Virginia

Top 100 Golf Courses - Virginia

Wintergreen (Devil's Knob)

41st 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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Golden Eagle

42nd Virginia - Best in Area

The Golden Eagle golf course at Tides Inn is a George Cobb design that first opened for play in the mid-1970s. Fairways are laid out around a large lake, with water having a significant impact at holes 5, 9 and 18.

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Farmington (East)

43rd Virginia - Best in Area

The old Main Course at Farmington Country Club is the principal focus of attention at this golf facility but the short 10-hole East course – renovated by Coore & Crenshaw in 2016 – now attracts a lot of outside interest.

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Stonewall Golf Club

44th Virginia - Best in Area

Stonewall Golf Club is set within an aesthetically pleasing plot of land with fairways routed over a wonderful rolling landscape.

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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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Lake Chesdin

46th 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.

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Lakeside Park

47th Virginia - Best in Area

Willie Tucker set out the original 9-hole course at Lakeside Park Club in 1896 but the 18-hole layout in play today is a Donald Ross design that dates back to 1920, with most of the old master’s work still intact.

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Cypress Point Country Club

48th 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.

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Bay Creek (Nicklaus)

49th Virginia - Best in Area

Bay Creek boasts a couple of signature golf course designs from two of the all-time golfing greats. The Nicklaus course opened in 2006 five years after the Palmer.

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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.

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Virginia Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 James VanArsdall Courses Played 48
2 David Harak Courses Played 29
3 Jon Gillman Courses Played 28
4 Patrick Bonds Courses Played 18
= Charlie Funk Courses Played 18
= Joseph Andriole Courses Played 18
7 Patrick S Courses Played 17
= Mark Simpson Courses Played 17
= Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 17
10 BAM Courses Played 16