Golf Resorts

Looking for a quick Mid-Atlantic golf getaway? Try one of these golf resorts.

Bryce Resort Golf Course
Bryce Resort’s 18-hole par 71 championship golf course is as convenient as it is challenging. Just 11 miles off I-81 in Virginia’s scenic Shenandoah Valley, you’ll find lush mountain views — and a tricky little stream — at nearly every turn.

Canaan Valley Resort
The 18 hole, par 72, Geoffrey Cornish design features evenly clipped greens, narrow winding fairways and challenging hazards set against spectacular vistas. The resort also features a health club, indoor pool, hot tub, saunas, and a game room.

Carroll Valley Golf Resort
Carroll Valley Golf Resort offers 36 holes of Pennsylvania’s best golf. Golfers of all levels will revel in the beauty and exciting challenges offered by each of two 18-hole Championship courses.

Caverns Country Club Resort
In VA’s Shenandoah Valley at Luray Caverns, nestled in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains. These 6,499 yards of gently rolling fairways overlooking the fabled Shenandoah River create one of the most scenic golf opportunities in the Mid-Atlantic.

Harbourtowne Resort
Harbourtowne located on the shores of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay and Miles River is insulated by the peaceful surroundings of the historic town of St. Michaels. Harbourtowne Golf Course was designed and built by the legendary Pete Dye.

Heritage Hills Golf Resort
Heritage Hills, in York PA, offers productive meeting space, comfortable accomodations, luxurious banquet facilities and challenging golf in a distinctive resort environment.

Hidden Valley
Nestled in the Laurel Highlands of southwestern Pennsylvania, situated atop the 3,000 foot summit, The Golf Club at Hidden Valley is open to the public and is designed to capture the natural beauty of its mountain setting.

Kingsmill Golf Club & Resort
Kingsmill resort offers three 18-hole championship golf courses, a 9-hole par three course, and is home of the Michelob Championship at Kingsmill on the PGA Tour.

Lakeview Resort
Two courses Lakeview and Mountainview Course. Lakeview has a total yardage of 6,760. Mountain view was 6,447 yards.

Lancaster Host Resort
Surrounded by three working Amish farms, Lancaster Host Golf course features breath-taking vistas of farmlands, fields, and meadows. Several picturesque lakes come into play, and the terrain is flat and easy to walk.

Lansdowne Resort
Only 45 minutes from the bustling avenues of our nations capital, you can enjoy the acclaimed Robert Trent Jones, Jr. golf course, relaxing recreation, superb cuisine and accommodating personal service.

Massanutten Resort & Country Club
Open year round with 2 full-service, fully stocked pro shops, the Mountain Greens course is an 18-hole Championship course near the top of the mountain, while the Woodstone Meadows course is an eighteen-hole executive course at the bottom of the mountain.

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
Play Mystic Rock which sprawls majestically throughout Nemacolin’s wooded acreage or try the resort’s original golf course, The Links, which is sculpted through the Laurel Highlands mountains.

Primland Golf Course
You’ll be reminded of the highlands in Scotland as you play the HighLands Golf Course at Primland Resort.

Rocky Gap Resort
A brand new Nicklaus signature course requires you to think your way through all 18 holes using every club in your bag. You will marvel at the lushness of the bent grass fairways and how the natural features have been preserved. Only 2 hours from DC.

Seaview Golf Resort
Two 18 hole championship courses and an exquisite country club atmosphere just minutes away form Atlantic City.

Seven Springs Mountain Resort
This mountain resort is not just for skiing.

The Greenbrier
The Greenbrier offers three 18 hole courses exclusively for guests of the resort. Each course offers unique challenges and breathtaking views of the surrounding Allegheny Mountains. Stay and play packages can be obtained, some offering unlimited golf.

The Homestead Resort
The Cascades Course at the Homestead has been ranked #39 in Golf Digest’s 2003-2004 list of America’s Greatest Golf Courses. Two other fine courses, The Old Course and The Lower Cascades make the Homestead one of Virginia’s premier resorts.

The Resort at Glade Springs
The Cobb Course at The Resort at Glade Springs has earned awards as one of West Virginia’s top ranked courses.

The Shenvalee Golf Resort
Set in the midst of the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, the Shenvalee offers everything you need for a relaxing, enjoyable golf vacation.

The Tides Inn Resort
The Tides Inn is a AAA Four-Diamond resort. Golf is just one of many pleasant ways to relax and enjoy yourself while staying here. This is an ideal destination for people who are looking for a variety of entertainment possibilities.

The Woods
The Woods 18 hole Mountain course and NOW 18 hole Stoney Lick Course are a golfers delight. Only 90 miles from DC between Martinsburg and Berkely Springs this resort also features historical sights, natural attractions, and cultural events.

Turf Valley Resort
Turf Valley quotes “No other resort in the Northeast can compare to Turf Valley for golf. Our 36 championship holes nestled in the heart of Maryland’s prestigious and beautiful hunt country are sure to beat the competition.”

Wintergreen Resort
Wintergreen in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia offers 45 holes of golf spaced over two challenging Nationally ranked golf courses, Stoney Creek and Devils Knob. Approximately a 3 hour drive from the Wash/Balt area.
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