West Virginia Golf

West Virginia has been dubbed as the “Mountain State” for entirely lying on the vast mountain range of the Appalachians. The state is perfectly nestled between the Ohio River and Blue Ridge Mountains to its east and west. Guests from all over the globe often flock the state not just to explore its rich natural resources but also experience the unique charm that its traditional culture and physical beauty offers. This “off the beaten path” state serves as the haven for the array of great outdoor adventures like mountain climbing, biking, kayaking, water rafting, off-roading, and famous championship golfing. Among the many other spots that have been attracting visitors are the prestigious courses that were designed by top golf professionals and have been providing guests with one of the world’s best golf vacation destinations. Guests can also avail of the numerous golf vacation packages in order to experience West Virginia’s best greens without spending much.

White Sulphur Springs

White Sulphur Springs is a Greenbrier County city popularly knownWhite Sulphur Springs Golf as a luxurious resort town. Home to the Greenbrier Resort, the city now holds one of the country’s most exclusive and luxurious facilities with a historic setting. Golfers of all handicap levels will have the chance to experience how the first golf players hit on the greens since the resort started its operations in the late 1800s. The city also takes pride of its state forest that offers more than 5,100 acres of heavily forested mountainous terrains with campgrounds and cabins for the guests who want to further explore the great outdoors.

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