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Virginia is for Golf Lovers

Why do we love Virginia Golf? There are so many options to choose from!  From the Atlantic Coast to the Blue Ridge Mountains and many points in between you can find gorgeous courses to play.  Virginia offers a shorter drive for golfers visiting from the north and the Midwest.  And with its rich history The Commonwealth is a great place to stay and play.  With 6 distinctive areas in Virginia to choose from, we can create a memorable golf excursion.

Bay Creek Arnold Palmer

Bay Creek Palmer Course


Blacksburg Golf Packages offers great golf packages throughout an area which includes Wytheville and Floyd, as well as Blacksburg itself. The area sits among the beautiful and majestic Blue Ridge Mountains which makes for a very scenic and enjoyable Virginia golf package. Blacksburg is the home of Virginia Tech which is Virginia's largest University. The Blacksburg area is a great location and golf getaway destination for the Midwest and Northeast with easy access to the area off of both Interstate 77 and 81. With the interstate access and the relatively short distance is from Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Northern Virginia it makes for a great Virginia golf vacation destination.

Hampton Roads

Located less than 90 minutes east of Richmond off I-64, Hampton Roads offers some absolutely amazing Golf Courses. Most of the courses have been nominated by the Golf Digest to be some of the best courses to play on for any type of skill golfer. The green and fairways are very well kept. You will enjoy a challenging but yet very fun and enjoyable courses to play on.  The Hampton Roads area is between Williamsburg and Virginia Beach on I-64 allowing easy visits to the Historical Triangle or a trip to see the Atlantic Ocean from Virginia Beach.


Richmond golf area provides a wide range of golf courses and range in price. Whether you are just looking for budget friendly trip that provides good golf and easy travel from the North or if you are looking to explore a new and upcoming golf destination and play some great golf courses, this just may be the area for you!

Richmond, two hours south of Washington DC on I-95 and 50 minutes west of Williamsburg on I-64, is the capital of Virginia. Some of the nation's most significant moments in history happened here including Patrick Henry famously declaring “Give me liberty or give me death” at the St. John’s Church in 1775.  Richmond was also the capital of the Confederacy.  The White House of the Confederacy is part of the larger American Civil War Museum. 

Today Richmond is also known for its 18 Craft Breweries, noted restaurants, and street art.  Enjoy some of the local attractions such as NASCAR, whitewater rafting and canoeing on the James River, and even geocaching while on your custom golf trip to Richmond.

Virginia Beach

Located just a couple of hours Southeast of Richmond on I-64 and a little over 3 hours from Washington DC, the Virginia Beach area provides a Southern Beach feel with less than a day's drive from most Northeastern areas. Virginia Beach provides a great coastal golf feeling and excellent golf courses; why drive any further South? To go along with great golf the area also gives you incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean, a 3-mile boardwalk stretching along the oceanfront, beautiful, wide beaches and a hopping nightlife! Spend your morning on the links, afternoons on the beach, and evenings living it up on the strip.


Williamsburg, Virginia, located on I-64 between Richmond and Virginia Beach is less than a day's drive from most of the Northeast and features unbelievable golf resulting in Williamsburg rated as one of the top 25 golf destinations in the world. Williamsburg courses have a wealth of world-renown course designers that have put their touch on the design and make of these world class golf courses. Williamsburg boasts some of the best golf courses in the United States, and we hope to provide you with a golf package that will not only be memorable but provide a value with our customers. Williamsburg is part of the Historic Triangle that also includes Jamestown and Yorktown.  Play golf, explore living history at Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown and enjoy the rides and shows at Busch Gardens.

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