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Golf Courses in the Shenandoah Valley

Golfers in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia have a wide variety of courses on which to test their skills. These golf courses are located in some of the most scenic surroundings in Virginia with breath taking views of the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains and the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.

HARRISONBURG:

Heritage Oaks Golf Course
9 holes public
680 Garbers Church Road
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
540-442-6502
Heritage Oaks Golf Course is a challenging and scenic course for golfers of all abilities. Owned by the City of Harrisonburg and designed by William Love, Heritage Oaks offers a wide variety of holes including links-style holes as well as traditional, tree-lined holes. Golfers of all abilities will enjoy playing this par 70 course as it offers four sets of tees on each hole with overall distances ranging from 4500 yards to 6325 yards.

Spotswood Country Club
18 holes private
1980 Country Club Rd
Harrisonburg, VA 22802
Phone: (540)434-4886Fax: (540)433-2619
This somewhat easy course for the average player features tree-lined fairways. There are a few sand bunkers on the course, and water hazards come into play on a number of holes. Alex McKay designed nine new holes, which were added in 1965.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY:

Lakeview Golf Course
36 holes public
4101 Shen Lake Dr.
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
540-434-8937
The Mountain View 18 provides golfers a U.S. Open-like experience. The new Mountain Nine, with its breathtaking, serene views, strategically placed bunkers and demanding water hazards, combines with the Spring Nine, featuring two spring-fed creeks and subtle undulating greens, to be our most challenging course. The Lake View 18 is easier to walk and the most golfer-friendly. The Lake Nine, featuring large landing areas on wide rolling fairways and beautiful water hazards, bomines with the Peak Nine, with shady, tree-lined fairways and scenic views, to provide a fun, playable course for all skill levels. Recognized as 36 of "The Best Holes" in the Shenandoah Valley.

Massanutten Resort Golf Course
18 hole and 9 hole courses public
1822 Resort Drive
Massanutten, VA 22840
Woodstone Meadows Golf
540-289-4919
woodstone@massresort.com
Mountain Greens Golf
540-289-4941
mtngreens@massresort.com
While there is still snow on the mountain, golfers are testing their skills on our 36 holes of golf. Open year round with two full-service, fully stocked pro shops, the Mountain Greens course is an 18-hole Championship course located near the top of the mountain, while the Woodstone Meadows course is an eighteen-hole executive course located at the bottom of the mountain. Our PGA-trained, friendly staff offers private lessons and daily clinics at our new and improved, lighted Driving Range.

Packsaddle Ridge
18 holes public
Keezletown, VA
540-269-8188
LB & J Limited has completed a new 18 hole golf course in the Keezletown area of Rockingham County, Virginia. This golf course was designed by Russell Breeden who has many courses to his credit. A truly unique golfing experience. Voted one of the “Top 100 must play courses of the Middle Atlantic” by Washington Golf Monthly, 2004.
 

SHENANDOAH COUNTY:

Bryce Golf Resort
18 holes
1982 Fairway Drive
Basye, VA  22810
1-800-821-1444
Bryce golf offers challenging play for more seasoned golfers, Bryce also welcomes those individuals who are new to the sport.  A PGA Family Golf Course tee system is installed, allowing the less experienced golfer to begin play closer to the green and still enjoy the challenges and rewards of full course play.

The Shenvalee Golf Resort
27 PGA holes
9660 Fairway Drive
New Market, VA  22844
1-888-339-3181
The Shenvalee Golf Resort of New Market, VA features 27 PGA holes of golf on 3 separate 9 hole courses.  The Shenvalee is a mature course with spectacular mountain views, manicured greens and fairways, and hole designs that provide an enjoyable round for even the seasoned professional.


STAUNTON:

Gypsy Hill Park
18 holes private
Churchville Avenue (Rt. 250 West)
Staunton, VA
(540) 332-3949
An 18-hole, par 71, public golf course located in Gypsy Hill Park, just off Churchville Avenue (Route 250 West). The Course is open to the public year-round. Over 20,000 rounds a year are played over its well-manicured, gently-rolling hills. Facilities include a new golf pavilion, a fully-stocked pro shop, cart rentals, professional lessons and clinics, and a full tournament schedule.

Ingleside Resort
18 holes public
1410 Commerce Road
Staunton, VA 24401
(540) 248-1201
This 18-hole championship course offers many trees lining its fairways. There are no water hazards, but numerous sand bunkers have been incorporated into the course design.

LEXINGTON:

Lexington Golf and Country Club
18 holes private
141 Country Club Rd
Lexington, VA 24450
Phone: (540)463-3542Fax: (540)464-3780
This course features hilly fairways and fast greens. Water hazards come into play on eleven holes, and a few well-positioned sand bunkers may affect your shots. The green fees indicated are good for an entire day of golf.

BATH COUNTY:

The Homestead
Three 18 hole courses public
U.S. Route 220 Main Street
P.O. Box 2000
Hot Springs, VA 24445
(800) 838-1766
The Homestead. Resort boasts three challenging courses, each with its own distinctive merits.
The Cascades Course - designed in 1923 by cavalier gentleman William S. Flynn - touts a nearly incomparable tradition of championship golf, and is the jewel in the trio of Homestead courses. But Flynn keeps good company among the designers of The Homestead's two additional courses. The Old Course - boasting the oldest first tee in continuous use in the U.S. - dates back to 1892 and is an original Donald Ross design, while the Lower Cascades Course features the work of Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Each course presents golfers with unique challenges, characteristics and breathtaking scenery.

HIGHLAND COUNTY:

Needles Eye
9 holes private
Monetrey, VA
Play 9 holes in the beautiful setting of rural Highland County, Virginia. Privately owned, but open to the public.