The month of August is National Golf Month. From the novice to the expert, this is the time of year to get out there on the driving range and give it all you got. There are exceptional courses throughout the United States, but Virginia has some of the world’s best golf resorts.
The Williamsburg Golf Courses are some of the nation’s top golfing destinations. They have been ranked by Golf Magazine as one of the 50 best golfing destinations on the globe. These courses are noted for scenic rolling hills, woodlands, and thrilling holes. There are even a few great campgrounds nearby for you to rest in your Reines RV at the end of the day.
Visit the Kingsmill Resort for amazing golf courses that will blow your mind. This stunning resort covers 2,900 acres along the James River within historic Williamsburg. Try your swing at the renowned River Course, which takes you along the glistening blue water. No matter which course you choose you will feel like a kid in a candy store here. Spend the day playing on championship courses covering 63 holes. Everything you would come to expect from a great golf resort is here at Kingsmill.
Come experience Northern Virginia’s newest golf experience, the Laurel Hill Golf Club. The course designer’s main objective was to let the natural beauty of the land speak for itself and the course. It has been described as a “visually stunning and one of a kind course”. This extraordinary 9-hole course was created on land which formally housed the Department of Corrections facility. Proper golfing attire is required here and no jeans, t-shirts, sandals or cutoffs will be allowed.
The Colonial Heritage Golf Club is an 18-hole Championship course. Course designer, Arthur Hills, created a challenging yet very playable par-72 championship golf course at this location. Practice your golf swing prior to teeing off at the driving range. The landscape features grass, trees, the putting green, two bunkers and an arched chipping green.
The next time you want to get away with your Manassas RV and enjoy some golfing bliss, remember to visit Virginia.