Play golf the way it was meant to be played – amid the extraordinary settings of the Mountain State on courses that follow challenging terrain. Discover pro golf courses designed by legends like Arnold Palmer, Pete Dye, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. Highly rated by Golf Digest, Travel+Leisure and Golf Week, these golf courses will test your skills and strategy.
The Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort is ranked 23rd among the nation's top 100 resort courses and West Virginia's Best Public Access Golf Course by Golfweek magazine.
Jack Nicklaus, Bob Cupp and Charles Blair McDonald’s handiwork can be seen at The Greenbrier's three 18-hole championship courses: The Old White, The Greenbrier and The Meadows. The Greenbrier Course was named one of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” by Golf Digest.
The Raven, designed by Gary Player, at Snowshoe Mountain, a rugged mountain course, is named one of the 100 "must-play" courses in the Mid-Atlantic Region by Washington Golf Monthly.
Oglebay Resort, near Wheeling, is truly a golfer’s paradise. The resort features 36 holes of championship golf at the Speidel Golf Club with a modern links layout designed by Arnold Palmer. The classic Robert Trent Jones Sr. course is one of West Virginia’s premier courses.
If you haven’t played a round of golf at The Resort at Glade Springs, you owe yourself a trip. Glade Springs boasts two of the top five courses in the state. The Cobb Course and Stonehaven Course use the mature forests and extraordinary mountains to create challenging courses.
The Twisted Gun Golf Course in southern West Virginia is built on a reclaimed coal mine and provides an open landscape.
West Virginia State Park golf courses offer the state’s golfers challenging courses with scenic views.
Canaan Valley Resort was recently named one of “America’s Best Parks” by Arthur Frommer’s Magazine and among the “50 Great Places to Stay” by Washingtonian Magazine, and the golf course is no exception. Where better to spend a few days than on the resort’s meticulously groomed par 72 championship golf course?
Cacapon Resort State Park, near Berkeley Springs, features a challenging course designed by Robert Trent Jones. This course takes advantage of the rolling foothills at the base of Cacapon Mountain.
Hawks Nest State Park is home to a nine-hole executive course offering beautiful vistas of the New and Gauley rivers. Perfect for a short game, the course is challenging with tight mountainside fairways.
Pipestem Resort State Park features two challenging and beautifully manicured courses, a Geoffrey Cornish 18-hole course with views of the Bluestone River canyon and a challenging nine-hole par three course.
Twin Falls Resort State Park features an 18-hole championship course with the original nine holes designed by Geoffrey Cornish in the late 1960s and a nine-hole addition designed by George Cobb Sr.