Featured West Virginia Golf Courses
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Situated on the banks of one of the state's largest lakes and rising into the surrounding hills, the Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course at Stonewall Resort offers undisturbed views, a tranquil, natural atmosphere and a challenge worthy of Mr. Palmer himself. The 7,149-yard course incorporates Stonewall Jackson Lake and the native rolling terrain of North Central West Virginia. The Palmer Course offers six separate tee boxes, allowing golfers of all abilities to choose their desired level of challenge. Golfers, however, will want to play here as much for the scenery as for the challenge.
The Cobb Course offers a staggering range of variety with features including 51 sand bunkers, more than 200 feet of elevation change, 8 lakes, and ever-shifting sun angles. Even the fairways have subtle slopes that will catch you by surprise! The course was designed by George Cobb and it's the only one which bears his name. Stretching over 7,121 yards from the black tees, the Cobb Course has strategically placed fairway bunkers that will surely put your golfing skills to test. The 16th hole of the course is considered to be one of the most outstanding holes. The 420-yard par 4 is the first of three remarkable finishing holes, and golfers are forced to carry water three different times.
The Gary Player Signature Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Mountain Resort provides an impeccable course with gorgeous scenery every step of the way. Long fairways take advantage of the rolling terrain, some dropping as much as 200 feet from tee to landing area. Tees are framed by beautiful vistas, and each hole is unique to itself. We invite you to see for yourself why GolfWeek magazine has ranked us the #2 public course in West Virginia and the #30 public course in the U.S.
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.