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Virginia has more than 300 golf courses spread across its distinct terrain.
- The top six courses in Virginia are Kinloch Golf Club, The Omni Homestead Resort's Cascades Course, The Olde Farm, Full Cry at Keswick Hall and Golf Club, Highland Course at Primland, and the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club's Gold Course. They are ranked by Golf Digest based on various factors like design variety, conditioning, and scenic beauty. Each offer unique challenges and beautiful vistas that are characteristic of Virginia's landscape.
- The temperate climate of Virginia makes it suitable for golfing year-round, but the best times are usually during the spring and fall. Summers can be hot and humid, while winters are generally mild but can occasionally see some snowfall.
- Virginia's diverse terrain provides a unique backdrop for many of its golf courses. There are beachfront courses along the Eastern Shore, rugged mountain courses in the Appalachians, and parkland courses in suburban areas.
- Virginia's golf courses often find themselves intertwined with the state's rich history and stunning landscapes. From courses built on historic plantations to those offering views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, golfing in Virginia is a very unique experience.
- The top five golf cities in Virginia would be Richmond, Williamsburg, Alexandria, Roanoke, and Charlottesville. These cities are known for their premium golf facilities, scenic landscapes, and strong golf cultures.
- Most of Virginia's major golf courses are easily accessible from large cities or major airports. For instance, from Richmond International Airport, it's a mere 30-minute drive to get to one of Virginia's top-rank golf courses, the Kinloch Golf Club. More remote courses like The Olde Farm are a two-hour drive from major cities like Richmond.