Bay Creek Resort Nicklaus
Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus have designed two 18-hole courses worthy of the extraordinary views and natural features on Virignia’s beautiful Eastern Shore. If Jack Nicklaus’ mark on the 20th Century was his golf game, his legacy in the 21st Century will be his golf course design. Breathtaking views of the Chesapeake Bay and Old Plantation Creek and acres of natural dunes highlight Jack’s latest design. Measuring 7,417 yards with Tifsport Bermuda fairways and smooth A-4 bent grass greens, the Nicklaus Course is characterized by large waste bunkers and more than 100 formal bunkers.
Bay Creek Resort Palmer
Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus have designed two 18-hole courses worthy of the extraordinary views and natural features on Virignia’s beautiful Eastern Shore. The Arnold Palmer Signature Course at Bay Creek may be the most spectacular golf course on the East Coast! With four holes on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, eight holes on Old Plantation Creek and several holes framed by sand-dunes and large beach bunkers, the Palmer Course is a nature lover’s delight. The 7,250 yard championship course pampers its golfers with smooth A-4 greens and perfectly manicured Tifway Bermuda fairways. Five strategically placed sets of tees are guaranteed to make golf fun and challenging for players of all skill levels.
Hell’s Point Golf Club
If you’re ready to heat up your game, Hell’s Point Golf Club is hard to resist. Renowned golf course architect Rees Jones had a devilish inspiration when he designed this 6,776-yard, par 72, 18-hole course with its lakes, interesting fairway angles, challenging greens and 61 sculptured bunkers. The course has received many awards including Golf Digest’s “One of the Best New Courses” rating when it opened in 1982, as well as “Best of the Beach” by the Virginian Pilot Reader’s Poll 14 years running. Hell’s Point lures you to the first tee with the promise of adventure and holds you through the last hole with its masterful challenges. Come visit Hell’s Point located near the Virginia Beach Oceanfront and discover for yourself why many golfers visit, but few want to leave
Heron Ridge Golf Club
Heron Ridge Golf Club designed by Fred Couples is perfect for the traveling golfer. Challenging, but not overly difficult. Easy to see where your going but Plenty of Character. This Fred Couples design opened in the mid-90’s and has delighted both local and traveling golfers for two decades.
Honey Bee Golf CLub
Honey Bee Golf Club is another Rees Jones Virginia Beach design. This uniquely balanced layout has six par 3’s, six par 4’s and six par 5’s giving golfers plenty opportunities to score. Short on length (6,300 yards from the back tees) but long on fun you should give “The Bee” a look on your next golf trip.
Red Wing Lake Golf Course
This classic golf course designed by George W. Cobb is even better than before. The course has opened after a five million dollar renovation and is now available for your enjoyment. All greens were rebuilt, shaped and seeded with A1/A4 Bent Grass. Each fairway was reworked to improve drainage and enhance character, while remaining within the corridors of mature loblloly pines. New wetland areas and lakes provide beauty and additional challenges. Multiple tees provide golfers of all skill levels an opportunity to match their ability and ego to a teeing area. The course measures longer from the tips with improved playability from the forward tee locations. The Kevin Tucker Design Group put together a plan that highlights the best attributes of the old course while providing up to date amenities. Red Wing Lake will provide you a great golf experience in a beautiful environment.
Riverfront Golf Club
Located on the banks of the Nansemond River, near the mouth of the James River, this 6,735 yard Tom Doak design takes full advantage of the local terrain. Tees are at ground level, the fairways are wide, and chipping areas are plentiful. Large deep bunkers defend undulating greens, and make shot-making crucial. All but three of the 18 holes are bordered by natural features, from tidal marshes skirting along its fairways or undulating greens at waters edge with beach bunkers on three sides. Mature pines, oaks and sycamores overhang the marsh, creating a picturesque design.
The Signature at Westneck
The Signature at West Neck Golf Club in beautiful Virginia Beach is destined to become a timeless classic. Equal parts beauty and challenge this 7010 yard, par 72 Championship course features thirteen lakes and several picturesque natural wetlands. It’s all accented by wooded and dramatically landscaped terrain and highlighted by yawning bunkers. Smooth A-4 Bent Grass greens roll fast and true and several holes feature Arnold’s dramatic signature beach bunkers. Five sets of tees make the course fun and challenging for players of all skill levels.
Virginia Beach National Golf Club
Welcome to the Virginia Beach National, formerly known as the Tournament Players Club of Virginia Beach. The Virginia Beach National is a 7,200-yard course designed by Pete Dye for both tournament and public play — and was the host to the Virginia Beach Open on the Nationwide Tour. Native hardwoods give the course a sense of maturity, and the variety of grasses used in the out-of-play areas offer a unique look as they wave in the ever-present winds.