Williamsburg Golf Courses

Williamsburg Golf

Williamsburg, Virginia is sandwiched in between the York and James Rivers, so golfers should be wary of hitting a golf ball into one of the many creeks and other water hazards flowing through the golf courses. With incredible designs from the likes of famous golf architects Pete Dye, Rees Jones, Arnold Palmer and Curtis Strange, Williamsburg's golf courses will leave golfers wanting to make golf history after booking a discounted tee time. Williamsburg is home to many colonial historic sites like The Revolutionary City, The Governor's Palace and the College of William and Mary, all of which golfers can witness after playing a round on one of the local world-class golf courses.


Golf Courses Near Williamsburg, VA

Colonial Heritage Golf Club

6500 Arthur Hills Drive,
Williamsburg, VA 23188 United States

Colonial Heritage Golf Club is an 18-hole daily fee course located in Williamsburg, VA. Designed by Arthur Hills, ASGCA, the course opened in 2006, and offers pristine playing conditions on an exceptional layout that winds through rolling hills, streams and pine forests.
Ford's Colony Country Club - Blackheath

240 Fords Colony Dr,
Williamsburg, VA 23188 United States

Widely considered as one of the best golf resorts in Virginia, Ford’s Colony Country Club in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a 54-hole resort with three championship courses: Blackheath, Marsh Hawk and Blue Heron. Designed by renowned golf architect Dan Maples, Ford’s Colony Country Club is masterfully routed through dense Virginian forests and natural water hazards. The Blackheath Course is the only par 71 at Ford’s Colony and packs plenty of punch. With water coming into play on 13 holes and bunkers protecting all 18 greens, Blackheath forces golfers to be precise with their shots in order to shoot low. Blackheath is an exciting test of accuracy and creativity that presents players with opportunities to cut corners around numerous dogleg holes. The combination of an enticing layout and beautiful scenery is why Ford’s Colony Country Club - Blackheath is a true must play for Virginian golfers.
Ford's Colony Country Club - Blue Heron

240 Fords Colony Dr,
Williamsburg, VA 23188 United States

Conveniently located less than an hour east of Richmond, Ford’s Colony Country Club in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a favorite spot for Virginian golfers to enjoy a day on the course. Ford’s Colony is a 54-hole golf facility with three distinct courses designed by Dan Maples: Blue Heron, Blackheath and Marsh Hawk. Blue Heron measures 6,928 yards and is the longest course at Ford’s Colony. Although it stretches 300 yards longer than the other two courses, Blue Heron provides golfers with large landing areas off the tee. Blue Heron also boasts some of the finest putting surfaces in the state with smooth Champion Bermuda grass throughout. Golfers who play Blue Heron or the other two courses will understand why Ford’s Colony Country Club is considered one of the best golf resorts in all of Virginia.
Ford's Colony Country Club - Marsh Hawk

240 Fords Colony Dr,
Williamsburg, VA 23188 United States

One of the finest golf resorts in all Virginia, Ford’s Colony Country Club in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a 54-hole golf resort with three signature Dan Maples designs: Marsh Hawk, Blackheath and Blue Heron. Marsh Hawk, the original course at Ford’s Colony, opened in 1985 with qualities of a more traditional layout - narrow, tree-lined fairways and small undulating greens protected by bunkers. Former host of the Virginia State Open and Monday Qualifier for the PGA TOUR, March Hawk has a championship pedigree for players trying to challenge their game. For golfers looking to play the best golf Virginia has to offer, Ford’s Colony Country Club - Marsh Hawk is the place to go.
Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Gold Course

401 S England St,
Williamsburg, VA 23185 United States

Named One of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses, Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Gold Course in Williamsburg, Virginia, is an 18-hole track that recently reopened in July 2017 after extensive renovation. Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones in 1963, the Gold Course now features new grasses in the fairways, greens and surrounding roughs after Rees Jones completed renovations. The island green on the signature 16th hole is one of golf’s earliest island greens and creates a distinct challenge with an elevated tee box. A little shorter and tighter than the Green Course on property, the Gold Course is the perfect place for golfers looking for a challenging yet exciting round of golf.
Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Green Course

651 S England St,
Williamsburg, VA 23185 United States

Considered One of America’s Best Modern Courses, Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Green Course in Williamsburg, Virginia, is an 18-hole course that opened in 1991, almost 30 years after the Gold Course. Designer Rees Jones drew inspiration from his father Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s iconic Gold Course design to create the masterful Green Course in Colonial Williamsburg. The Green Course is deemed the more forgiving track of the two 18-hole courses for a friendlier round for intermediate golfers, but the lengthy test from the back tees still makes for a challenging round for the seasoned golfer.
Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Spotwood Course

401 S England St,
Williamsburg, VA 23185 United States

Consistently ranked as one of the best nine-hole short courses in the country, Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Spotswood Course in Williamsburg, Virginia, is Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s updated version of the original 1947 Williamsburg Inn course. The Spotswood Course is a par 31 that includes six par 3s, two par 4s and one par 5, ensuring that golfers still use every club in their bag. The Spotswood Course is family-friendly and perfect for beginners, but Jones still presents a challenge for low-handicap golfers with two sets of tees to create different angles and distances on the same hole.
Hobbs Hole Golf Course

1267 Hobbs Hole Drive,
Tappahannock, VA 22560 United States

Hobbs Hole Golf Course is a par 71 daily fee course located in Tappahannock, VA. Designed by Jeff Timmons, the 18 hole course opened in 1996.
Quinton Oaks Golf Course

262 Quinton Oaks Ln,
Callao, VA 22435 United States

The perfect getaway spot for golfers looking to escape the bustle of Washington, D.C., Quinton Oaks Golf Course in Callao, Virginia, is an 18-hole golf course situated in the rolling farmland and lush forests of Virginia’s Northern Neck. Playing 6,132 yards from the rearmost of three tee options, Quinton Oaks provides the perfect test all types of players. Quinton Oaks challenges golfers by requiring all different types of shots with its variety nice variety of holes. The back nine is especially fun with two lakes coming into play on several holes. The 16th hole at Quinton Oaks is sure to be a highlight of any round. This 515-yard, par 5 at Quinton Oaks requires players to hit a precise approach over water up to a well-protected green. With beautiful scenery and an engaging layout, Quinton Oaks Golf Course is a spot golfers will want to visit again and again.
The Club At Viniterra

8647 Angel's Share Drive,
New Kent, VA 23124 United States

Consistently cracking the top 20 of Virginia’s best golf courses, The Club at Viniterra in New Kent, Virginia, is an exceptional 18-hole championship course located just 20 minutes east of Richmond. Designed by Rees Jones, Viniterra was brilliantly crafted through a naturally undulating landscape that proved perfect for the creation of exciting holes with dramatic elevation changes. Viniterra boasts many memorable holes, but the double-dogleg, par 5 18th hole is one of the best finishing holes in the state.Players of all abilities will love Viniterra with its eight different tee box options that range from 4,529 yards all the way up to 7,725 yards. Add in award-winning course conditions and its clear why The Club at Viniterra is a premier golf destination on the East Coast.
The Golf Club At Brickshire

5520 Virginia Park Drive,
Providence Forge, VA 23140 United States

The Golf Club At Brickshire is a par 72 daily fee course located in Providence Forge, VA. Designed by Thomas E. Clark, ASGCA, the 18 hole course opened in 2001.
Williamsburg National Golf Club-Jamestown Course

3700 Centerville Rd,
Williamsburg, VA 23188 United States

Consistently ranked as one of the best golf facilities in the state, Williamsburg National Golf Club in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a 36-hole facility with two elite golf courses—Jamestown Course and Yorktown Course. Former host of the PGA TOUR Michelob Open Qualifier, the Jamestown Course has been synonymous with championship golf since opening in 1995. Created by Nicklaus Design Group, the Jamestown Course boasts a magnificent layout that is rolls out over Williamsburg’s natural undulated terrain to create stimulating elevation changes from tee to green. The Jamestown Course isn’t the longest course measuring just shy of 7,000 yards from the tips, but it challenges golfers in other ways with tight, tree-lined fairways and strategically placed bunkers. And with its greens newly renovated and resurfaced with Champion Bermuda grass, Williamsburg National Golf Club - Jamestown Course is a the perfect track for area golfers to tee it up.
Williamsburg National Golf Club-Yorktown Course

3700 Centerville Rd,
Williamsburg, VA 23188 United States

Annually voted as one of the best golf facilities in the state, Williamsburg National Golf Club in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a 36-hole facility with two distinct 18-hole courses— the Yorktown Course and Jamestown Course. Built 12 years after the Jamestown Course, the Yorktown Course was constructed in 2007 under the guidance of world-renowned golf designer Tom Clark and is a great addition to Williamsburg National. Stretching over 7,000 yards from the tips, the Yorktown Course is the longer of the two courses at Williamsburg National and provides a great test for golfers. The back nine at the Yorktown Course is a brilliant mix of hole designs with three par 3s, three par 4s and three par 5s. And with newly renovated Champion Bermuda greens, Williamsburg National Golf Club - Yorktown Course boasts some of the finest course conditions in the state and is a must visit for any golfer in the Williamsburg area.