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Cahoon Plantation Golf Club in Chesapeake, Va. remains among the top golf courses in the Tidewater area
On the south side of I-64 in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, Cahoon Plantation Golf Club has brought upscale golf to an area that previously had none. It ranks among the top plays in the Tidewater area, and is certainly one of the most unique. With extensive mounding and intricate bunkering, faux elevation change, plateaued greens, Scottish accents, and fine bentgrass conditions rarely found this far south, Cahoon Plantation G.C. makes a rare impression in an area full of low-lying courses.
Few golf courses have undergone as many changes in as little time as Cahoon Plantation Golf Club in Chesapeake, Va. It once had an 18-hole, par-3 course and 27 regulation holes. But while the changes aren't what Cahoon had in mind when it opened in 1999, what remains is a stellar and unique 18 holes. From a flat, treeless, windswept canvas, designer Tom Clark fashioned a course with Scottish accents, setting it apart from the low-lying courses of the Hampton Roads region.