The Greenbrier Golf Resort
 

The Greenbrier Resort Golf Courses

 
Designed by industry icons like Charles Blair Macdonald and Seth Raynor with renovations by Jack Nicklaus and Robert Cupp, the Greenbrier Resort has stood the test of time since opening in the early 1900s, and for good reason. Each course at the Greenbrier Resort is boldly routed through the dense forestry and undulated topography of White Sulphur Springs. And with exciting course features like dramatic elevation changes and bunkers so deep they could act as fallout shelters for the president (as the Greenbrier once did during the Cold War), the golf courses at Greenbrier Resort are must visits for any golfer.
 
The Old White TPC
 
  • White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
  • Designed by Charles Blair Macdonald
  • Former Host of the PGA TOUR’s Greenbrier Classic
  • One of the Best Classic Parkland Designs in the Country
  • Several Holes are Modeled After Famous Holes at St. Andrews, North Berwick and Prestwick
The Greenbrier Course
 
  • White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
  • Designed by Seth Raynor & Redesigned by Jack Nicklaus
  • Former Host of the Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup
  • Home to Sam Snead’s Famous Final Round of 59 at the 1959 Spring Festival
  • Fairways Lined with Dense Wooded Areas
The Meadows
 
  • White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
  • Designed by Dick Wilson & Redesigned by Robert Cupp
  • Originally Designed as a Nine-Hole Course by Alexander Findlay and Seth Raynor
  • Underwent a Full Renovation in 2017
  • Features Signature Stacked-Sod Bunkers and Brilliant Green Complexes