Kiskiack Golf Club

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Course: Kiskiack Golf Club
Address: 8104 Club Drive
  Williamsburg, VA 23188
County: James City
Phone: 757-566-2200
Toll Free: 800-989-4728
Website: www.kiskiackgc.com
Rates 2012 Season
Mon - TH5818 Holes w/Cart
Fri - Sun & Hol6818 Holes w/Cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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TeesYardageParSlopeRating
Green67757213472.5
Gold64057213170.8
Black55957212367.1
Silver49027111267.8
Reviews
6/23/2008The Traditions Golf Club at Kiskiack is one of four courses that comprise the Traditions Trail near Williamsburg. The other three are The Crossings, Royal New Kent, and Stonehouse. Each course is very different. Kiskiack is perhaps the most beautiful and playable. The designer remarks that each golfer who plays the course has a different favorite hole. That assertion seemed to be true for our group as we recounted our round at the 19th hole. Rolling terrain, lakes, and contoured greens provide enough challenge from any tee box. Ample landing areas exist, provided you locate and hit them off the tees. A thinking golfer can post a low number here. The eleventh hole may be my favorite since it appeared I would ace it with my tee shot landing a foot from the hole. Unfortunately the slope in the green took my shot some twenty feet right of the cup (and unfortunately outside closest to the pin status for our group). Ayce
6/19/2004We had a midafternoon tee time but it really rained hard in the morning. We stopped at Kiskiack around noon to see if the course was open. They actually had a tournament going on that was in a rain delay but the pro - Brian Tarrant - assured us our tee time would be good. And it was. We went out on the back nine. In spite of the heavy downpour, the course drained well and there were only a few places where casual water came into play. It was amazing.

The course is much different than we're used to here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The rolling fairways had many elevation changes and the undulating greens looked a little menacing but the putts held the line beautifully. The course was very picturesque and well maintained.

Unfortunately, the thunder claps seemed to be getting pretty close as we approached the 18th tee and we decided "discretion was the better part of valor", so we quit after playing nine holes. The pro shop was very understanding and gave us rain checks for 9 holes. We're really looking forward to going back to play the front nine and enjoy the nice club house, pro shop and staff. Steve - Year of Golf Winner

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