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Mar 7, 2013 - Golfing in Virginia

Williamsburg is a lot more than just one of the most historic destinations in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  This southeastern Virginia city is home to numerous public golf courses, some of which are celebrity-designed and winners of awards from major golfing-oriented publications.  Aside from the glamor courses, Williamsburg also offers charter bus golfers a choice of public courses, and a great way of traveling to Virginia and having a game of golf is with a bus, charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Bus Charter Virginia.

Williamsburg National Golf Club features two 18-hole championship golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Tom Clark.  Golf Digest magazine awarded the Nicklaus-designed Jamestown course with four stars; the par-72 course has also hosted the Michelob Championship on the PGA Tour on three occasions.  Golf Digest also once named the Jamestown course, which is playable along 7,000 yards of greenery, as one of the 10 best places to play in Virginia.  Williamsburg National Golf Club offers its charter bus visitors a selection of private lessons and golf clinics as well as services like golf club rental, fitting and repair.

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club is public club that is part of the major tourist attractions at Colonial Williamsburg. The club offers charter bus golfers two 18-hole courses as well as a separate nine-hole course.  The Gold Course is one of the oldest spots for tee time in Williamsburg and this 18-hole, par-71 course first opened in 1963.  The course has a slope rating of 138, along nearly 6,815 yards of greens.  If you only have time for a nine-hole game, the Spotswood Course offers a par-31 challenge along 3,745 yards.  The course is named in honor of former Governor Alexander Spotswood.  The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club offers two bar-and-grill style eateries for charter bus  visitors and Conde Nast Traveler honored the entire club in 2007 as one of the top 100 golf resorts in North America.

Kingsmill Resort and Spa offers charter bus golfers admission to three championship golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Curtis Strange, Pete Dye and Tom Clark.  The club and its courses are situated among rolling hills designed to provide challenges to even the most seasoned charter bus golfers.  Golf Digest lauded Kingsmill as one of the 75 best golf resorts in North America. V Charter bus visitors selecting accommodations at Kingsmill would be able to enjoy additional amenities, such as tennis and a full-service marina.  The Palmer-designed Plantation Course, ranked by Golf Digest as one of the 10 best courses for women, offers nearly 6,430 yards of play at par-72.  Charter bus golfers should visit one of Kingsmill’s restaurants or lounges before or after their game.

An 18-hole course located just four miles by charter bus outside of downtown Williamsburg, the Colonial Heritage Golf Club is a public course that was designed by Arthur Hills and built in 2006. It is a par 72 course that winds through 175 acres of wooded grounds. The Golf Club also offers charter bus golfers a fine dining restaurant and club house built in the British Colonial style that invites after-game drinks and relaxation.
For a golfing good time in Virginia, give Bus Charter Virginia a call and allow them to help you arrange your golfing getaway with a selection from their fleet of charter buses and friendly, personalized service.