White Sulphur Springs Golf Courses

White Sulphur Springs Golf

It doesn't take much to encourage a person to check out a place known as "Spa City", but White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, has more to offer golfers than just warm bubbles, tranquility and tee times; it is also an area rich in golf history. Claiming the oldest hole of golf in America as well as the historic Greenbrier Resort, home to the first Ryder Cup, White Sulphur Springs is a great place for golfers to get in a few rounds. With many Sugar Maple lined fairways hidden among the foothills along the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, golf buddies are sure to find a picturesque golf course, and a discount tee time to go along, in White Sulphur Springs.



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Golf Courses Near White Sulphur Springs, WV

The Greenbrier Resort - Greenbrier Course

300 W Main St,
White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 United States

The Greenbrier Course is currently closed for renovation, and it is scheduled to reopen in 2019
The Greenbrier Resort - Meadows Course

300 W Main St,
White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 United States

The Meadows Course at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, has underwent a series of changes from its original, 1911 concept, and yet it remains a very cohesive test of golf despite being the collective work of five different design teams. As authentic of a parkland layout as you’ll find, The Meadows features perfect, tree line fairways, strategic bunkers and a series of water hazards that are best admired from afar. The 4th hole at The Meadows is a particularly good test, and while it only measures just over 500 yards from the Tournament Tees, trouble looms large on this “gettable” Par 5 with O.B. right and Howard’s Creek left.
The Old White TPC® at the Greenbrier

300 W Main St,
White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 United States

The Greenbrier’s first 18-hole golf course was The Old White TPC, which opened in 1914. In 2006, the four-year restoration of the course was completed. This Charles Blair Macdonald design features several holes that are modeled after some of the most famous golf holes in Scotland and Ireland. The Old White TPC’s number 8 hole was styled after the “Redan” at North Berwick; number 13 after the “Alps” at Prestwick; and number 15 after the “Eden” at St. Andrews. One of the first golfers to play the course was President Woodrow Wilson in April 1914. Part of the PGA TOUR's acclaimed TPC Network, which includes sister golf courses such as TPC Sawgrass, Home of THE PLAYERS, TPC River Highlands, host of the Travelers Championship and TPC Boston, host of the Deutsche Bank Championship, The Old White TPC's championship course was featured as one of America's 100 Greatest Public Courses by Golf Digest, as well as ranked #1 in the state of West Virgina by GolfWeek Magazine.
Valley View Country Club

2640 Big Draft Rd.,
White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 United States

Located near the border of Virginia and West Virginia, Valley View Country Club in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, is a nine-hole track designed by Ray Vaughn. While only nine holes, Valley View features multiple sets of tee boxes which creates different angles and distances and adds variety to an 18-hole round. And with magnificent views of mountains and the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest in the backdrop, Valley View Country Club is the perfect golf destination on the eastern border of West Virginia.