Golf in South Suffolk

$55 for 3 Rounds of Golf, Range Balls, and Cart at Virginia Beach National Golf Club (Up to $210 Value)

Virginia Beach National Golf Club

Virginia Beach

Sandy waste areas and frequent water hazards confront golfers across 7,197 yards of bermuda-grass fairways and bentgrass greens

$210 $55

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Three Green Fees, One Cart Fee, and Three Buckets of Range Balls at Heron Ridge Golf Club

Heron Ridge Golf Club

Virginia Beach

Challenging Fred Couples Signature Course with smooth greens and water hazards meander through wetlands, bearing good conditions year round

$189 $55

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18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental (Up to 51% Off)

Hell's Point Golf Course

Virginia Beach

Set in Back Bay Wildlife Refuge, par 72 course showcases famed architect Rees Jones’s trademark use of multiple ponds and sculpted bunkers

$80 $45

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One, Three, or Five One-Hour Private Golf Lessons from North Carolina Golf Academy (Up to 69% Off)

North Carolina Golf Academy

Multiple Locations

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

$95 $32

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$35 for $70 Worth of Services at Transformer Golf

Transformer Golf

On Location

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$70 $35

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Nine-Hole Round of Golf with Cart or One-Year Unlimited Membership for Two at Windy Hill Sports (Up to 58% Off)

Windy Hill Sports

Midlothian

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

$53 $25

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First sculpted into Virginia's rolling terrain in 1952, Suffolk Golf Course remains true to the original vision of course architect Dick Wilson. Though not an especially lengthy course, it plays longer due to the elevation changes, tree-lined fairways, and dog-legs that can complicate play throughout the layout. Once golfers reach the green, they face a slick, newly-renovated, Bermuda grass putting surface that?after overseeding in early 2014?provides a particularly true roll. The back nine winds around Lake Kilby, which provides sweeping vistas while threatening to ensnare any wayward shots. A bald eagle is known to dwell around the 12th hole, so golfers should wear their most patriotic wig on the course as a gesture of respect.

1227 Holland Rd
Suffolk,
VA
US

When fitting clubs, the skilled staff at Golf Etc follows a seven-step process led by customer interview to analyze shots and swings and determine optimal shaft weight and launch angle. In creating a custom fit and build, the shop aims to cut shot dispersion in half and boost overall distance.

3575 Bridge Rd
Suffolk,
VA
US

Famed course architect Tom Doak may be the mastermind behind Riverfront Golf Club's 18-hole layout, but Mother Nature should be credited with an assist. Tom took full advantage of the existing topography when shaping each meticulously crafted fairway and green, sculpting a layout that utilizes natural features, including tidal marshes, knee-high native grasses, and ancient pines, oaks, and sycamores. The Nansemond and James Rivers come into play on 14 holes, forcing golfers to face the omnipresent threat of a lost ball and an extra stroke or a ship full of club-stealing pirates. Though the landscape showcases a daunting supply of treacherous hazards, the course offers relatively wide fairways, offering large landing zones for tee shots and aerial caddies flying in mid-round to help read putts on large, undulating greens.

5200 River Club Dr.
Suffolk,
VA
US

Sleepy Hole Golf Course challenges golfers in an emerald labyrinth defined by tree-lined fairways, wispy aquatic grasses, and views of the mile-wide Nansemond River. Golfers can start off by loosening up drivers on the range and giving short irons a pep talk in the chipping and putting practice areas. After teeing off, players wind through a verdant course inhabited by doglegs, troublesome bunkers, and water hazards that come into play on five holes. The 18th hole tests golfers' mettle with difficult shot selections throughout, as tee shots land in view of the river and prompt players to either lay up for a safe approach or send shots sailing over marshy fescues onto a green sandwiched between a bunker, a drop-off into water, and a patch of carnivorous plants that subsist on divot tools and plaid knickers.

4700 Sleepy Hole Rd
Suffolk,
VA
US

As the annual host of the Eastern Amateur Golf Championship since 1957, Elizabeth Manor Golf & Country Club's championship course has attracted some of the country's greatest players on their journey to the PGA Tour. As golfers traverse each hole from tee to green, they can imagine themselves tracing the footsteps of Ben Crenshaw and Curtis Strange, both of whom played in the Eastern Amateur before illustrious PGA careers, during which they won a combined four major victories without ever corking a driver. Today, the 6,642-yard, par-70 course still hugs the Elizabeth River, utilizing the natural landscape with a challenging layout originally envisioned by course designer Dick Wilson in 1948. The course also benefits from more recent refurbishments that made the greens and bermuda-grass fairways more resilient.

A private establishment, Elizabeth Manor Golf & Country Club complements its golf course with a six-court tennis complex and an Olympic-size, outdoor swimming pool. The club also boasts two restaurants with two patios, where guests can enjoy views of the Elizabeth River and attempt to count the leaves on every tree in the vicinity.

1 Ace Parker Rd
Portsmouth,
VA
US

Running alongside the Chickamauga Battlefield and National Park, Battlefield Golf Club's scenic fairways meander through forests and ponds for a fun, relaxing day of driving. The third hole tests golfers with an early challenge, skirting a pond that consumes misaimed balls and provides a convenient spying spot for FBI-employed swamp things. Hole seven's sunken green amps up putting difficulty while the 14th hole delves into shady woodland. After rounds, a newly renovated clubhouse ensconces guests in postgame comfort, with lounges, a restaurant, and fully stocked pro shop. Guests are asked to wear golf attire when on the course, maintaining decorum and preventing awkward encounters between golfers dressed as golf carts.

1001 Centerville Tpke S
Chesapeake,
VA
US