Traditions at Brickshire

There is a kind of familiarity and nostalgia in a course that replicates most of the famous courses in the world, which are Augusta National, Pinehurst #2, St. Andrews, and Riviera. However, it is only the U. S. Open Champion, Curtis Strange, who can create such with utter uniqueness that turns the replication into a successful simulation of the best golf vacation experiences. In fact, Golf Digest honored this Strange signature course, the Traditions at Brickshire, with a 4 1/2 star rating in 2004, given its bewildering displays.

Guests just love the wide fairways, striking elevation changes, and smooth greens that allow a playable scenery perfect for the fast paced golf that contemporary culture adds. The Traditions at Brickshire calls for a fairly demanding game that forces golfers into the best of their skills as they overcome the 5 tees, ranging from an easy 5151 to an arduous 7291. Adding to the challenge is the need to outmatch the uphill and downhill shots, rippled lies and forced carries, with wetlands and water hazards to think of. This golf vacation destination is considered the first choice to start a golf adventure in Williamsburg.

Making Traditions at Brickshire attractive to foreign guests is its accessibility to the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport. The regional airport has Delta, US Air, AirTran, among others, and also serves car rentals. Best accommodations are also round the corner. In fact, at the heart of Williamsburg’s Historic Triangle is where Holiday Inn Patriot is. With the strangely impressive golf landscape, the skilfully demanding layout, and the convenient travel and accommodations plan, golf vacations here are never a regretful experience. It is wonders at its best!

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