Golf Courses

  1. Colonial Heritage Golf Club

    Set amid the historical backdrop of Williamsburg, Virginia, Colonial Heritage Club offers visitors, locals and residents the perfect location for award winning golf, fine dining and entertainment as well as an unparalleled site for hosting weddings and special events.

  2. Ford's Colony Country Club

    Ford’s Colony Country Club is a semi-private club located just minutes from historic Williamsburg, Virginia. Enjoy 54 holes on three championship courses, exceptional dining and more.

  3. Kingsmill Resort

    With two renowned 18-hole golf courses, a celebrated golf academy, and year-round golf schools, Kingsmill Resort offers the exciting variety and challenge you want to take your game to the next level. And with four eclectic dining venues, an all-new spa, fitness center, first-class amenities and activities, and a range of AAA Four Diamond Condominium Resort accommodations that far exceed a typical hotel, we’ll elevate your entire vacation experience, too.

  4. Kiskiack Golf Club

    Set along the ridge of a natural bluff, Kiskiack offers a day of golf for players of all levels. As our award winning architect John LaFoy said “after playing Kiskiack, 18 golfers may each have a different favorite hole.” Many of the picturesque holes demand accurate shot making from tee to green, while others are more forgiving – with ample landing areas and gentle sloping greens.

  5. The Tradition Golf Club at Stonehouse

    Located just outside Williamsburg, Virginia, Stonehouse is laid over wild, tumbling hills near the York River in the Tidewater Region. When it opened in 1996, The Tradition Golf Club at Stonehouse was named "Best New Upscale Public Course in the Nation" and one of the "Top New Ten You Can Play" by golf Magazine. The tradition of accolades and awards continues. In 2001, Gold Digest ranked Stonehouse among the top 6 courses in Virginia.

  6. Williamsburg National

    The settlers of Williamsburg’s Historic Triangle found great beauty and faced noble challenges in nearby Jamestown and Yorktown. At Williamsburg National, we honor those two nearby historic sites with our existing Nicklaus-designed Jamestown Course and our new Yorktown Course, designed by Tom Clark. Both courses offer their own “great beauty” and “noble challenges” as today’s visitors enjoy the Williamsburg golf courses at the award-winning Williamsburg National Golf Club.

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With nearly a dozen local courses to choose from, James City County could easily be a golfer’s paradise. Area courses present demanding yet rewarding challenges to golfers of all skill levels.

Each year, the LPGA Tour makes a stop at Kingsmill’s River Course for the Kingsmill Championship.