Whether your visit to The Greenbrier is for business or pleasure, the resort offers a distinctive golf experience for all levels of play. Each course, with its rolling fairways, water features, bunkers and greens is set amongst the colorful hardwood forests of the Greenbrier Valley. All the courses have been recently updated including The Old White.
If the weather becomes uncooperative, don't let that stop you from honing your golf swing. With a state-of-the-art TruGolf® Simulator, you'll be in the swing when you're ready to head out on the course.
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Business Travelers. For many business travelers, a round of golf is a must-do when spending time away from home. At The Greenbrier, golf is by far the most popular business-related activity. "Unlike many places, three of their courses start and end at the main Club House, making it easy to organize smaller parties within a larger group.
Be sure to ask about group tournament packages and private clinics with one of West Virginia’s top instructors, Billy Winters.
Fun Fact. Did you know the history of golf in the United States and The Greenbrier go hand in hand? It’s true. From historic Oakhurst Links to The Old White, The Greenbrier’s rich golf history includes being a second home to “Slammin” Sam Snead, and hosting the international competitions of a Ryder Cup (1979), a Solheim Cup (1994) and the PGA TOUR FedEx Cup event A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier from 2009 to 2019.