Best Golf Resorts In The Mid-Atlantic
Not just a destination but an experience in history with lodging interwoven in the Revolutionary City. The 45 holes of golf include Golden Horseshoe Gold and Spotswood, both by Robert Trent Jones. His son Rees did the Green 18.
White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Robert E. Lee's wife stayed here for medicinal treatments before the Civil War. Golf arrived 50 years later, and there has been a ton of history since. The Greenbrier 18 hosted the 1977 Ryder Cup, and the Old White TPC is a tour mainstay.
KESWICK (VA.) HALL AND G.C.
The 1912 hotel has been updated and expanded, and the 75-year-old course has been totally redesigned.
Rolling Greens Photo/Ken E. May (Keswick Hall Resort)
NEMACOLIN WOODLANDS RESORT
A full-service 2,000-acre resort features lodging at Chateau Lafayette and 36 holes of golf on the 15-year old Mystic Rock 18, formerly site of a PGA Tour event, and the recently opened Shepherd's Rock course, both designed by the legendary Pete Dye and his longtime associate Tim Liddy.
OMNI BEDFORD SPRINGS RESORT
The resort's Old course, built in 1895, had separate remodels done by A.W. Tillinghast and Donald Ross. Ron Forse, who specializes in renovations, restored many Ross features in a redesign about 10 years ago. Located about two to two-and-a-half hours from Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. in a valley of the Allegheny Mountains, the 225-year-old resort was purchased by the Omni group and redesigned 10 years ago.
THE OMNI HOMESTEAD RESORT
Hot Springs, Va.
One of golf's oldest and grandest hotels overlooks the Old Course, which dates back to the 19th century and has been remodeled by Donald Ross, William Flynn and, most recently, Rees Jones. But the jewel of The Homestead is its Flynn-designed Cascades Course, ranked No. 27 among Golf Digest's list of America's 100 Greatest Public Courses.
Courtesy of Omni Homestead Resort
Meadows of Dan, Va.
Besides the spectacular setting over the Kibler Valley gorge and the intriguing Donald Steel-designed course, the resort offers three "tree houses" on the cliff's edge, plus tree-climbing lessons.
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