Take a Swing at Gloucester Golf Courses

There are some wonderful Gloucester golf opportunities in the area around town. Among all the golf clubs and courses, these are some of the places BBOnline thinks you should seriously consider visiting.

Gloucester Country Club
6731 Golf Club Road
Gloucester, Virginia 23061
(804) 693-2662‎

The most obvious place to play golf around Gloucester is at the Gloucester Country Club. It offers a small 9-hole golf course with public accessibility. The course is flat, so it is easy to walk around and you don't really need to hire a cart. This is a great place for unpretentious golfers or for beginners who want to learn and practice. However, professional golfers won't probably like it here, mainly because of the fact that the course needs little improvements; the greens are a bit bumpy and the fairways are not perfectly mowed.

Piankatank River Golf Club
6198 Stormont Road
Hartfield, Virginia 23071
(804) 776-6516

The Piankatank River Golf Club is located about 12 miles north of town and is easily accessible from your Gloucester Bed and Breakfast. It offers a splendid 18-hole golf course, situated right next to the beautiful Piankatank River, with 3 of the holes having a direct view of the water. The green fee is reasonable and includes a cart, although you may prefer to walk, enjoying the lovely scenery. The golf club gives its guests ideal opportunities for golf skills improvement, as it offers lessons led by a highly-qualified instructor.

Newport News Golf Club
901 Clubhouse Way
Newport News, Virginia 23608
(757) 886-7925‎

Visiting the Newport News Golf Club gives you a nice Gloucester golf opportunity. The club is located less than 16 miles south of Gloucester. It offers two separate 18-hole courses. The Deer Run Championship course is a spectacular course, designed only for experienced golfers, while the Deer Run Cardinal course is much more suitable for beginners, although advanced golfers will find it enjoyable as well. The golf club organizes various clinics that are really worth attending and useful to golfers of all ages and skills.

Kingsmill Resort
1010 Kingsmill Road
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
(800) 832-5665

Taking another short trip from your Gloucester inn and traveling about 18 miles southwest of town, you will reach the Kingsmill Resort. You can take advantage of three award-winning golf courses and a wonderful par-3 course for real professionals. The green fees are high, but they worth every dollar, as this is without a doubt the best golf course in the area. A splendid Golf Academy is part of the course and the professionals involved with it will be able to help you improve your swing.

The Pines Golf Course
Building 3501, Mulberry Drive
Fort Eustis, Virginia  23604
(757) 878-2965

The Pines Golf Course is subdivided into two golf courses. Pines-1 is the 18-hole one, which is more suitable for advanced golfers, while Pines-2 has 9 holes and is ideal for beginners. Both courses are located on the beautiful Fort Eustis. The Pines Golf Course is also equipped with an extensive practice range, so all Gloucester golf enthusiasts can improve their skills.