Best of 2017: Top 25 courses in Virginia according to reviews

Golf Advisor is looking back on the top-rated courses in each state for 2017 according to your ratings and reviews. Golf courses needed to receive at least one review from an active and trusted member in the calendar year to be considered eligible for our state lists. To view more details on how we compile our best-of lists, visit our Top 50 U.S. Courses list.

Virginia golf courses reviewed in 2017: 165
Total reviews of Virginia golf courses in 2017: 2,135

Top 25 courses in Virginia in 2017

25. The Club at Viniterra

New Kent

24. Green Course at Golden Horseshoe Golf Club


23. Ford's Colony Country Club


22. Cahoon Plantation Golf Club


21. Kiln Creek Golf and Country Club

Newport News

20. Colonial Heritage


19. Meadows Farms Golf Course

Locust Grove

18. Pendleton Golf Club

Ruther Glen

17. Lake Chesdin Golfers Club


16. Kiskiack Golf Club


15. The Highland Course at Primland Resort

Meadows of Dan

14. River at Kingsmill Golf Club & Resort


13. North Course at Bowling Green Country Club

Front Royal

12. Shenvalee Golf Club

New Market

11. Lake of the Woods Country Club

Locust Grove

10. Hobbs Hole Golf Course


9. Cypress Point Country Club

Virginia Beach

8. Full Cry at Keswick Hall and Golf Club


7. Ballyhack Golf Club


6. Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club


5. The Tradition Golf Club At Royal New Kent

Providence Forge

4. Gold Course at Golden Horseshoe Golf Club


3. Spring Creek Golf Club


2. Independence Golf Club


1. Westfields Golf Club


Feb 06, 2018

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Chip Sullivan's avatar
Chip Sullivan wrote at 2018-02-21 15:37:27+00:00:

Is this list a joke? Must be only courses that are with GolfNow but they don’t say that. No Homestead, RTJ, Kinlock, Bayville, The Farm, Primland, or The Virginian to name a few. No one should take this list serious.

Zach's avatar
Zach wrote at 2018-04-09 16:25:20+00:00:

People who go on golfadvisor are looking for courses that are reasonably priced and accessible to the public on a regular basis, not private or cost $225 to play. I agree the courses you say are of better quality, but also cannot easily be played by the regular folk.

Herve's avatar
Herve wrote at 2018-02-12 03:17:35+00:00:

Too bad the # 5 listed course is closed. RNK was one of my favorites. Hopefully some investor will reopen that awesome course!

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