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Nestled among mature forests and deep, beautiful ravines sits the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club. The club is comprised of three distinct courses: the Gold course, the Green course, and the executive nine-hole Spotswood course. The club has been given many accolades, including Golf Magazine's Gold Medal Award.
The Williamsburg National Golf Club paid homage to the settlers of Jamestown and Yorktown by naming its golf courses after these two historic sites. Like the land that the men and women who played part in founding these two historical cities faced, the courses offer both natural beauty and exceptional challenges. Unlike the settlers, you can stop by the delicious on-site restaurant after you are finished on the green.
Colonial Heritage is a collection of beautifully designed homes centered around a golf community. It is designed for over-55s and has a host of specially-designed and chosen facilities, including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, lots of walking and biking trails and a multi-facility clubhouse. Situated conveniently close to Williamsburg and the rest of the Historic Triangle, Colonial Heritage has a lot to offer active individuals.
Golfers from the world over can never agree what their favorite hole is at the beautiful Kiskiack Golf Club. The front nine holes are more relaxing than the back nine, though they are by no means easy. The course cuts through mature forests and winds by two sparkling lakes. The course's signature hole is the 11th - here golfers must be as accurate as possible because the hole is flanked by a lake on three sides.