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Golden Horseshoe Golf Club

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401 S England St, Williamsburg, VA 23185


Map of Golden Horseshoe Golf Club and recommended places nearby
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Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Reviews from across the web

Exceeded Expectations - user review
The last time I said a golf course exceeded expectations was after carding a career low for my first round on the Black course at Bethpage. The gold course at the Golden Horseshoe was s...

A 'Have to play at least once' course - user review
Number 16 on the gold course was the first island green par 3 in the USA and really fun. Number 17 is a beast of a par 4 especially if the ground is wet-uphill and lloonngg! A ...

No title - user review
I had the chance to play the Gold Course on a damp, cold day in late February, 2004. I can't recall ever having enjoyed a golf course more. It was just me and another Colonial William...

Two great courses - user review
Played both Gold and Green courses as part of 40th Anniv. golf package. What a great deal (esp. compared w/ typical daily greens fees)! Staff at both courses extremely friendly. Gold co...

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - Williamsburg - Reviews of Golden Horseshoe Golf Club - TripAdvisor
The last time I said a golf course exceeded expectations was after carding a career low for my first round on the Black course at Bethpage. The gold course at the Golden Horseshoe was simply spectacular in its conditioning, design and staffing. Every single person I interacted with, from the bag dro...

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Review of Golden Horseshoe, Williamsburg
The Green Course was designed Robert Trent Jones’s son, Rees Jones. At 7,120 yards, it plays a little tougher that its sibling course. The par is 72, the course is rated an intimidating 75.1 with a slope of 134. Many will tell you that Rees is a better designer than his father, but that’s ...

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club in Williamsburg, VA
The nine hole Spotswood course has a par 31, and can be played as a front nine and back nine. Those looking for a quick game of variety will definitely like Spotswood. It consists of one par five, two par fours and six par threes. Whether you're looking to squeeze a quick round of nine into your...

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club
The Gold Course opened in 1963. The work of Robert Trent Jones Sr., who called it his finest design, this is one of the best examples of traditional golf course architec...

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club | Course Finder Course Profile | Courses & Travel | Golf.com
Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed the Gold Course, a tight layout with rolling fairways and is designed to play around a five-acre lake, across ravines and through woodland glens. The greens are large and undulating. This course features dramatic changes in elevation, so expect some interesting lies i...

VisitWilliamsburg.com :: Golden Horseshoe Golf Club
Who better to create the Golden Horseshoe’s Green Course than Robert Trent Jones’s son Rees, a brilliant designer heralded by many as the “Open Doctor” for his seven U.S. Open designs? Rees took his father’s lead in designing the Green Course to the landscape, giving it...

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