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Kiskiack Golf Club(757) 566-2200

8104 Club Drive  Williamsburg, Virginia  23188  

A golf trip to Colonial country, however, would not be complete without a visit to the beautiful Virginia countryside as well - and a great place to start is Kiskiack Golf Club. Designed by John LaFoy and opened in 1997, Kiskiack is a very pretty layout that measures 6,778 yards from the back tees (three others are available). Ron Whitten, the highly respected architecture editor for Golf Digest, once described Kiskiack as "the sort of course you wish you had in your hometown." By that he probably meant fun, fair and challenging, because Kiskiack is all of those. Mr. Whitten also used "pleasant" and "quiet" to describe Kiskiack. "Friendly" works as well. The fairways here are wide; some are even banked on both sides to help escort errant tee shots away from trouble. The greens are pretty big, too, which helps make them easier to hit. Don't be misled, however. The one word that doesn't describe this golf course is "simple." Those large putting surfaces, for example, have more than a little bit of undulation on them. And if their speed is up, well, three-putting could be as common a sight as a colonial hat in Williamsburg. Plus, there are woodlands, wetlands and water hazards to contend with. "Enjoyable" is another good word for Kiskiack, but "easy" isn't. Sounds like a "must play." 

Designed By:  John Lafoy Year Built:  1997

Golf Course Information:

Putting Green:  Yes Restaurant:   No Club Rental:  No     
Driving Range:   Yes Snack Bar:   Yes Soft Spike Facility:  Yes
Chipping Area:   Yes Stocked Pro Shop:  Yes Golf GPS:  No
Fairway Grass:  Bermuda         Aeration Date: March 7-9, 2016  
Grass on Greens:  Bent Grass        Aeration Date:  September 6-8, 2016  

Golf Course Yardage:

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Tee Box Course Par Course Yardage Course Slope Course Rating
Championship 72 6775 134 72.5
Back 72 6405 131 70.8
Middle 72 5595 123 67.1
Forward 72 4902 112 67.8