Best Public Golf Courses in Virginia

Northern Virginia typifies any large metropolitan area and features Bristow Manor, Raspberry Falls, Landsdowne Golf Resort, Westfields, and Potomac Shores. The lowlands reign from the D.C. down the Chesapeake Bay along the Northern Neck and to the Atlantic at the Eastern Shore where Bay Creek is located. It finishes in the Tidewater area around Norfolk with its coastal inlets, bays, and wetlands dominating the landscape. Williamsburg is the star of this region with a bounty of the best public golf courses and golf resorts including Golden Horseshoe, Kingsmill, and Ford's Colony.

I-81 follows the spine of Virginia from Tennessee to Pennsylvania. This sparsely populated region features the Appalachian's Blue Ridge Range rising up from the Piedmont providing a series of mountains, plateaus, valleys, and deep. The best public golf courses in the Blue Ridge area of Virginia include The Homestead and the Cascades Golf Club, Primland, and Full Cry at Keswick Hall. Other notable layouts in the region include the Pete Dye River Course at Virginia Tech, Spring Creek near Charlottesville, and the somewhat hidden gem Poplar Grove amongst a host of others.

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