The Club at Viniterra

Rees Jones has done magic again as he designed another magnificent golf vacation destination known as The Club at Viniterra. The vineyards along rolling fairways with an innovative water-conservational system serves as the hallmark for the Viniterra community. The 18-hole championship course showcases environmentally conservational practices saving as many as 80% of the water, usually consumed by the conventional golf courses in the world. Using the glass hybrid “Celebration”, the course needs less water to maintain because of its draught-resistant mechanism.

Historically driven architecture is at its bets as this area is where golfers can witness the exhibit of winemaking that dates back to the early 1600s, when the British law required each adult male colonist to plant 20 grapevines. More than 12,000 square feet with 70 percent reclaimed materials, the layout also shows 40-foot heart pine trusses and pre-Civil War brick that beautify the area and attract more guests in. Aside from the striking on-site winery, The Club at Viniterra is a spectacular land area painted by interstate highways and state roads. From the airport, the golf trip course is just an easy reach that offers contemporary amenities, Colonial Williamsburg, downtown Richmond and countless attractions unique to Virginia.

Traditional Vinterra wine is never too many at The Club at Viniterra clubhouse with a golf vacation package that also features complete amenities, amazing restaurants, separate men’s and ladies’ locker rooms, and the famous golf instructing studio. More facilities include a jogging trail where guests can also take the luxury to walk around the winery or bike around for quicker view of the magnificent landscape. 

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