Fast becoming one of the nation’s top golf destinations, Williamsburg, Virginia, boasts more than a dozen courses designed by some of the most notable architects, including Pete Dye, Rees Jones, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Arnold Palmer, Curtis Strange, John LeFoy and Nicklaus Design Associates. Noted for their scenic woodlands, rolling hills and challenging holes, these courses are recognized as some of the most playable in the country. We invite you to test your skill on courses that have challenged the champions of the PGA TOUR, LPGA and USGA.
Choose from Colonial Williamsburg’s Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, Kingsmill Resort, Kiskiack Golf Club and Tradition Golf Club at Stonehouse. Wherever you play, you’ll find that birds fill the galleries, and it’s often quiet enough to hear your putt drop. In fact, several of the courses are Audubon-certified sanctuaries. Scroll down to see all of your golf options, and read this trip idea for some of our favorites.
Located 5 minutes’ drive from historic Colonial Williamsburg, this resort boasts apartment-style accommodations with a clothes washer and dryer, as well as an indoor swimming pool. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
Governor’s Green includes suites with a kitchenette or kitchen, as well as a living room with sofa. Cable TV and an en suite bathroom are included. Some rooms have a balcony and a spa bath.
An outdoor pool as well as a playground area for children are on site at the Williamsburg Governor’s Green. A mini-golf course and a tennis court are also available.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg amusement park is 10 miles away. Water Country USA is 8 miles away.