Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course

Designed by Rees Jones, the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course sits beside Horseshoe’s Gold Course (designed by Rees Jones’ father – Jones Sr). These two golf courses are created basically on the same terrain but Green Course is far longer and more forgiving. With 18 holes, 7,120 yardage, 72 par, and 134 slope rating, spending seasonal golf vacations is perfect for this destination. Green Course was opened in 1991 with a resort course for Williamsburg which is laid across ravines and along ridges in a mature forest. This golf course continuously amazes visitors for its convenient location, scenic fairways, and historic neighborhoods.

The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course operates 7 days a week and 365 days in a year. Administrators make it sure to provide a playing field to their clients at their most convenient time and date. Tee time starts at 7:00 am up to 6:00 pm. Aside from the excellent field, Green Course also offers savory dishes through Golf Course Grills which are open seasonally. Furthermore, this golf course is perfect for beginners since walking caddies and forecaddies are always ready to assist players. Information about the accurate yardage, dramatic angles, and other valuable strategic insights can be given by these caddies for the players’ convenience making it the best golf vacation destination in Virginia.

Membership fees are divided into 4 types namely: resident (primary residents within 75-mile radius), nonresident (outside 75-mile radius), sportswood (unlimited play), and corporate (for two or more designees & includes). The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course offers various membership types ideal for every golf trip needs.


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