“The question should not be whether to take your next golf trip in Virginia, but which Virginia golf destination you should choose.” –Virginia is for Lovers
An enduringly popular sport that appeals to individuals in many different demographics is that of golf, and one can certainly appreciate the attraction—lush greenery, a temporary escape from the chaos of everyday life, good, low-impact exercise, socializing with like-minded individuals, and competing against your own abilities.
Whether you’re looking for a classic course, a modern design, mountain scenery, or a seaside view, Virginia displays some top rated golf courses that are certain to suit the needs of any golf aficionado.
Staying at an inn in Northern Virginia? Perhaps you would enjoy visiting the Bowling Green Country Club in Front Royal, VA. (InnVirginia lodging options include Killahevlin B&B Inn, Woodward House on Manor Grade, and Lackawanna B&B.)
If you find yourself in central Virginia, reserve a tee time at the Belmont Golf Course in Richmond. (InnVirginia lodging options include Grace Manor Inn, Maury Place at Monument, and Museum District B&B.)
If you’re looking for a Shenandoah golf getaway, then try out Heritage Oaks Golf Course in Harrisonburg. (InnVirginia lodging options include the Joshua Wilton House Inn and Stonewall Jackson Inn B&B.)
In southwest Virginia, the Blacksburg Municipal Golf Course, also simply called the Hill, makes for an enjoyable day of golf. (InnVirginia lodging in Blacksburg includes Clay Corner Inn and Beliveau Estate.)
Gather up your golf clubs, book a tee time, and enjoy a peaceful day on a Virginia course. For a list of InnVirginia golfing specials and packages, click here.
By Tara Stoll