Playing Golf In The West Virginia Mountains
Sam Snead knew a thing or two about golf in the mountains of West Virginia. Hit it straight, or you might wind up looking for your ball in the next county.
You don’t have to be a pro to play here, though. Challenging courses of an unexpected beauty are what you’ll find, and they’re open to everyone.
Here are some choices if you want to play 18 holes in the Appalachian Mountains here in the Three Rivers Region…
Legendary, championship golfer Sam Snead's favorite home practice course is a challenging 9-hole course along the beautiful Greenbrier River. Open year-round. Featuring a full-service bar and grill. The modern country styled clubhouse is perfect to host small to medium size events. There is a full service kitchen to serve your needs. For a tee-time or to schedule and event call 304-466-3220.
Pipestem Resort offers two golf courses. An 18-hole Geoffrey Cornish/George Cobb Sr Championship Course and a 9-hole Par 3 Executive Course. Each course offers pro shops, golf carts, club rentals and driving range. Golf Pro on staff. During winter months, the 18-hole pro shop rents cross country ski equipment.