This artfully crafted Arthur Hills masterpiece emulates the classic beauty and refinement of the natural terrain and landscape of its southern Virginia surroundings. Meandering through 175 acres of densely wooded grounds, the 6,889 yard, par 72 championship golf course offers five sets of tees and immaculate playing conditions creating a truly distinctive experience with every round. Strategically placed bunkers, undulating fairways and carefully planned water features create an enjoyable golfing experience for all playing abilities from novice to expert. Make the Colonial Heritage Club your destination for your next Williamsburg golf vacation.
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The Club at Viniterra is an 18-hole championship course designed by Rees Jones, located 20 miles east of downtown Richmond in New Kent. The golf course is adjacent to the award-winning New Kent Winery and is the centerpiece of the unique and upscale Viniterra residential community.
The Club at Viniterra was recognized by Golf Advisor in it’s Best of 2016: Top 20 Golf Courses in Virginia. Using criteria of reviews made by golfers in the last 12 months, Viniterra was rated the #3 Golf Course in Virginia! Winning the sub-category of Best Course Conditions in the State!
The Gem of the Sandhills
Hyland Golf Club is often referred to as the “player’s” course for its playability, affordability and excellent conditions. This unique Tom Jackson design is a North Carolina Sandhills must play golf experience. Enjoy rolling terrain set amidst longleaf pines, and a great test of golf!
2008 4 Stars “OUTSTANDING. Plan your next vacation around it.”
– Golf Digest Places to Play
Our Lake and Creek courses were designed by legendary architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr. During his career he designed or re-designed nearly 500 courses in at least 40 states in the U.S. and 35 countries around the world. At Carolina Trace Country Club, members are fortunate to have two courses designed by such a world renowned architect.
Robert Trent Jones, Sr. worked with golf legend Bobby Jones on the Peachtree course in Atlanta and again on the Augusta National course, the home of the annual Masters Tournament. Jones, Sr. became a national celebrity with his complete re-design of the Oakland Hills South course for the U.S. Open Tournament in 1951. He immediately became the “Open Doctor” and in quick succession re-designed such major venues as Baltusrol-Lower course, Olympic-Lake course, Southern Hills, Oak Hill and Congressional Country Club. Among the many courses Jones, Sr. designed are: Dorado Beach in Puerto Rico, Bellerive in Missouri, Hazeltine in Minnesota, Shady Oaks in Texas, Upper Montclair in New Jersey and Spyglass in California
Steeped in the history and beauty of the South Carolina lowcountry, Dunes West Golf & River Club is Charleston’s premier golf destination. Located in Mt. Pleasant, less than 20 minutes from historic downtown Charleston, Dunes West combines a masterful Arthur Hills designed course, a charming clubhouse overlooking Wagner Creek and some of the area’s most spectacular scenery into a truly world-class and one of a kind experience.
Nationally acclaimed by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as a “Top 10 Resort Course”, Dunes West’s championship golf course designed by Arthur Hills takes full advantage of its spectacular lowcountry setting. The par 72 course plays 6871 yards, beckoning players of all handicaps, and combines with Dunes West’s first class club facilities to provide a world-class golf experience.
The opening holes have generous landing areas and beautiful green settings complete with the undulation and bunkering that are the Arthur Hills signature. The back nine features some beautiful marsh and water views culminating in the 18th hole’s challenging finish on a dual green split by the marshes of Wagner Creek.
Welcome to Wedgefield Country Club, situated along the winding banks of the Black River in Georgetown, S.C.. Wedgefield CC is a breathtaking example of South Carolina low country scenery and charm with amazing live Oaks, rolling fairways, and beautiful ponds. This 18-hole championship golf course was founded in 1972 and designed by the renowned Porter Gibson and Bob Toski. The par 72 course stretches to 7057 yards from the tips, featuring 17 water hazards to present a challenging layout.