Golf in Lynchburg

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Caswell Pines Golf Club

Yanceyville

$64 $32

Gene Hamm–designed course lined with mature pine trees features bent-grass greens and bermuda-grass fairways

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Plantation Golf Club

Reidsville

$54 $27

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18-hole course opened in 1986 stretches for 6,194 yards from the back tees

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Windy Hill Sports

Midlothian

$53 $25

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Nine-hole lake course with water hazards and two par-5 holes, or nine-hole, par-3 walking course perfect for practicing your short game

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Bobby Lopez Quick Fix Golf

Multiple Locations

$79 $39

Bobby Lopez, a Class A member of the PGA, leads 45-minute small-group golf lessons and provides constructive feedback

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Transformer Golf

On Location

$70 $35

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Quarry Hills Country Club

Graham

$70 $35

Designed by Ellis Maples in 1969, 18-hole course sprawls across 155 acres of pinewood forest

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North Carolina Golf Academy

Multiple Locations

$95 $47

PGA member and Golf Digest instructor helps golfers perfect their swings and other aspects of their game during one-hour lessons

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Hillandale Golf Course

$200 $99

Golf medical professional, physical therapist, and strength and conditioning specialist works with golfers to help them reach top form

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World-renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. dreamed up the challenging layout of Mariners Landing Golf’s 18-hole, par 72 course, where players putt on bermuda grass under the watchful eye of verdant mountains. Golfers shake their Magic 8 balls to decide among five sets of tee boxes before they play through the sand trap- and pond-studded fairways, which wind through residential areas. Players can also practice swings at the driving range’s 12 hitting stations or rehearse chipping and putting on the practice green. The course’s golf professional and an assistant golf professional instruct students in the proper way to thrust and parry during a golf-club duel, and the Dew-Sweepers pro shop outfits swingers with Titleist and Nike equipment. After facing down the fairways, golfers can relax in the clubhouse restaurant with a burger and fries.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-72 course

  • Length of 7,155 yards from the farthest set of tees

  • Course rating of 74.2 from the farthest set of tees

  • Slope rating of 130 from the farthest set of tees

  • Five tee options

2052 Lake Retreat Rd
Huddleston,
VA
US

The course at Botetourt Golf & Swim Club skims through the densely forested terrain of the Roanoke Valley, revealing dramatic glimpses of the Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains as players contend with its string of pristine trials. Opened in 1962 with just nine holes, the course celebrates half a century of expansions and improvements that have culminated in its current status as an 18-hole championship track. Golfers today send drives hurling through hilly terrain carpeted with lush sod and roll their putts over undulating greens in pursuit of a par of 71, all while the freshly shorn flags of conquered pins dangle from their belts.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 71 course
  • Total length of 6,111 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 70.8 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 136 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole
2414 Country Club Rd
Troutville,
VA
US

Both the Lynchburg and Roanoke locations have year round batting cages, 36 holes of championship miniature golf, the best gameroom around with the largest prize center in the area. The Lynchburg facility has go-karts and bumper boats.

6801 Peters Creek Rd
Roanoke,
VA
US

Like narrow, perfectly coiffed clearings, the fairways at Hunting Hills Country Club slide through the dense forest that covers the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The 18-hole layout was unveiled in 1971, realizing the visions of tight, tree-lined shots and hilly traverses first pictured by architect Raymond F. Loving, Jr. The course's commitment to upkeep and aesthetics has never wavered over the ensuing four decades, and golfers today continue to contend with daunting drives and unsettling elevation swings.

These concerns leave foursomes thoroughly tuckered out by the 18th hole, at which point they might ask a caddy for a piggyback ride to the clubhouse for drinks and lunch.

When they're not swinging away on the golf course, members test their sports skills at the tennis facility's four lighted hard courts and four Har-Tru clay courts. They can then cool off in the swimming pool, which features an adjoining wading pool perfect for kids or pet turtles.

5220 Hunting Hills Dr.
Roanoke,
VA
US

Perched on hilltops that overlook the scenic Roanoke Valley, Hanging Rock Golf Club's 18-hole course surfs the mountainside for 6,602 yards of challenging course conditions. Rising peaks cast shadows across the course's emerald fairways as undulating terrain places a high premium on club selection, confident swings, and 9-irons impervious to motion sickness. The course's signature hole, the par-4 fifth, showcases the inventive designs of architect Russell Breeden as golfers can pen their own pin-hunting tale by playing to a two-tiered green stationed boldly uphill, a tricky layout that emphasizes accurate approach shots and putters that don't sweat under pressure. To help prepare players for upcoming rounds, resident ace Chip Sullivan conducts private lessons and runs golf academies for birdie seekers of all stripes.

Course at a Glance:

  • Designed by Russell Breeden
  • 18-hole, par-72 course
  • Length of 6,602 yards from farthest tees
  • Course rating of 72.0 from farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 137 from farthest tees
  • Four tee options
  • See the scorecard
1500 Red Lane Ext
Salem,
VA
US

Ranked 12th in Travel + Leisure's World's Best Family Hotels and Cruises, The Homestead has been pampering guests—including 22 U.S. presidents—with an assortment of leisurely activities since its pre-Revolutionary War construction in 1766. This Groupon includes one night of well-appointed slumber for up to two guests in one of the historic resort's luxurious classic rooms, featuring down pillows, featherbeds, and midnight golf tips from the ghosts of former boarders. The sun porches and authentic fireplaces in some rooms reflect influences of quieter times, whereas WiFi and flat-screen TVs keep guests technologically apprised of happenings in the outside world. Honk your golf cart's horn in triumph after launching a dimply ball off the nation's oldest first tee in continuous use at the Old Course (an extra round of golf may be purchased for $35). The hilly, par 72 course was originally completed in 1892 but has received fairway contouring and silicone calf implants to keep golfers on their toes. Patrons allergic to grass or 9 irons can partake in a slew of indoor excursions, such as complimentary afternoon tea in the Great Hall, free film showings in the historic theater, and spirited rounds of sphere hurling at the on-site bowling center.

7696 Sam Snead Hwy
Hot Springs,
VA
US