Williamsburg National Golf Club – Jamestown Course remains as a “land paradise”, which its earlier settlers calls it, despite redesigns from the renowned golf vacation architect, Jack Nicklaus, who also renamed it as Williamsburg National. Playing for 6,953 yards, where an old saw mill used to stand, the magnificent new landscape leads through dense hardwood forests, a stretch of impressive wetlands, abyssal ravines with lakes and ponds to adorn the scenery. Generous landing areas and large and fast greens define the fairways of this 18-hole course where water comes as basic play.
Several holes demand a strategically placed tee shot especially the number 16 with 201 yards playing for par 3, where golfers need to take a long carry outmatching heavy wetlands on the sizable dark greens. That characteristic adds to Williamsburg National Golf Club – Jamestown Course‘ rating which is an impressive 72.9 and a slope of 126. Providing for more playability are four sets of tees and bent grass greens on the Bermuda fairways. Forty-five bunkers allow players to decide if they consider it a problem in this golf vacation destination, especially with the ample amount of water surrounding it is an element to grapple on.
Putting a label to the illustriousness of Williamsburg National Golf Club – Jamestown Course are many recognitions including a vote on one of the “Ten Best Courses You Can Play in Virginia” by Golf Digest magazine and a top 10 course in Virginia. Golf Digest subscribers also threw 3 1/2 Star rating for this one of a kind golf trip destination.