Tee It Up in Almost Heaven
With fresh-cut grass, warm weather and world-renown courses, it’s time to gather up your clubs for a golf adventure in Almost Heaven. West Virginia is home to an array of premier courses designed by the greats, like Arnold Palmer, Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent Jones Sr. Quality golf clubs complement these courses to create the perfect golfing getaway.
Get ready to tee it up because unlike your scores, a golfing adventure in Almost Heaven will be above par.
The Greenbrier Resort
A golfer’s dream comes to life at The Greenbrier Resort with its extensive golf history, famous courses and first-rate amenities. History envelops most of The Greenbrier’s courses, yet they offer all of the modern amenities that you’ll need. Immerse yourself in the history of golf by playing on The Greenbrier, The Old White or The Meadows. After a full day of golfing adventure, head on over to the resort’s golfer spa to unwind.
Home to courses designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Arnold Palmer, a golfing adventure at Oglebay Resort will prove to be an unforgettable experience. Oglebay boasts four quality courses, dining options and overnight packages for its golfers. The excitement of golfing with Oglebay will feel a lot like a hole-in-one.
Snowshoe Mountain Resort
Although the winter season is coming to an end, Snowshoe Mountain Resort boasts year-round adventures. Sculpted into the mountain, the beauty of nature and an intense game of golf meet at The Raven Golf Club. Test your skills within the mountain terrain and experience quite the view, for The Raven is the perfect way to satisfy your need for a golf adventure in Almost Heaven.
Amid West Virginia’s natural beauty lies Mountain View and Stony Lick, both of The Woods‘ golf courses. Known for “fun and fair” golf, The Woods provides a riveting game for everyone. Grab your clubs and gloves, both beginners and experts will experience a West Virginia golfing adventure at The Woods.
Will you swing into an epic golf adventure in Almost Heaven? Check out our travel guide for more ways to tee up this spring.
Travelers are encouraged to check the status of individual businesses before taking a trip. A statewide indoor face-covering requirement is in effect, and visitors are encouraged to maintain a safe social distance when traveling the state.
This post was last updated on April 1, 2021