Plan to play one of The Greenbrier’s three championship courses and experience golf at its finest. Reservations required.
One of the world’s most famous and elegant resorts, dating to 1778. This AAA Five Diamond resort continually receives national and international accolades. Advanced reservations are available for non-registered guests for golf, spa, Bunker tours, other activities or dinner in any of the resort’s dining venues.
A nine-hole, par 70 course located on the western end of Greenbrier County on Rt 60. Tennis courts also available. Open to the public. Located on Rt. 60 W in Rainelle.
Play a round of disc golf at the Greenbrier State Forest. Not sure how to play? Follow the rules below:
Borrowing its architecture from the famous clubhouse at Augusta, this country club offers an 18-hole golf course, seasonal pool and fine dining at Blackwell’s Restaurant. Open to the public. Located on Rt. 219 N and Brush Rd.
Rt. 219 N at Brush Rd.
Oakhurst Links was the first established golf club in the United States (1884). Players use hickory clubs and gutta-percha balls.
Step back in time and experience the history of golf. Rates start at $75 and include the use of equipment, a tour of the museum and light refreshments.
For tee times or information about hosting your next special event, please call the Clubhouse at 304-536-1884.
1 Montague Lane
White Sulphur Springs, WV
The premier driving range in Greenbrier County. Offering over 300 yards, target greens, grass tees, synthetic tees and putting green.
Rt. 60 at Stonehouse Rd.