Ford’s Colony – Blackheath Course

The Ford’s Colony – Blackheath Course, seated 5 minutes away from Williamsburg, Virginia, offers a relaxing ambiance ideal for family gatherings, weekend getaways, or holiday trips. Either as members or guests, everyone can enjoy the 54 holes championship golf courses designed by Dan Maples. This semi-private golf resort was opened in 1985 and since then, local and international visitors have been coming back to experience this excellent golf vacation destination whenever they wanted to relax and unwind. In addition, club members have the opportunity to enhance their skills with the help of PGA certified teaching professionals as well as the private driving range.

A golf trip is never fulfilling without the presence of various course challenges. Blackheath has a total of 9 doglegs and bunkers to guard every green making it more difficult and challenging for the players. Elevation changes also add to the Ford’s Colony – Blackheath Course advantage together with the prevailing winds making it an ideal playing field. The course is longer than 6,621 yards which is stated on the scorecards. Furthermore, the academy features 6 indoor practice tees to help beginners learn golf while protected from the elements aside from their short game practice area. Dynamic club fitting as well as video swing analysis are provided by the PGA golf instructor.

The Ford’s Colony – Blackheath Course offers various benefits and pricing for their golf academy membership. For members, the academy membership is $ 350 for individual, and $ 400 for family. For outsiders or guests, the fee will be $ 400 for individual, and $ 500 for family. The golf academy weekly membership is also available for only $ 125 with 2 private PGA lessons, 1 week unlimited range balls, full club evaluations, and discounts. All in all, Blackheath provides the most competitive golf vacation package in Virginia.

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