Virginia Golf Courses
Public and Private

Virginia has 427 golf courses to choose from. This directory lists the courses by city. The cities with the most golf courses like Virginia Beach, Richmond, and Williamsburg are listed first under the Top 10. We list all other Virginia cities alphabetically, below.

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Meadowcreek Golf Course Meadowcreek Golf Course
The 18-hole "Meadowcreek" course at the Meadowcreek Golf Course facility in Charlottesville, VA features 6,030 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 68.5 and it has a slope rating of 118 on Bermuda grass.  Designed by Raymond F. Loving, Jr., ASGCA, the Meadowcreek golf course opened in 1974. Rion Summers, PGA manages the course as the Golf Professional.

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Slice Cure: Forearms To promote clubface rotation make sure your left hand grip is turned back enough and then take half swing concentrating on the rotation of your forearms
One Plane or Two Planes? A two plane swing manipulates the shaft on plane by rotating the club. The one plane swing is more athletic and naturally places the club on the correct swing and shoulder path, which is better for women and requires less maintenance.
One-Plane vs. Two-Plane Swing Recap In the one plane swing you bend more from the hips, your arms are hanging down and swinging around your chest and your finish is more rounded. It is easier to maintain because there are fewer moving parts than the two plane swing.