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The Top 8 Best Golf Courses in West Virginia

West Virginia boasts over 100 golf courses, including championship courses designed by legends like Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. The state's scenic beauty, mild climate, and affordable green fees make it a top destination for golfers of all skill levels. #golf #WestVirginia

  1. Locust Hill Golf Course, Golf Shop, and Driving Range

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    Locust Hill has a golf shop and driving range, and is known for its challenging course with rolling hills and scenic views.
  2. Mountaineers Woodview Golf Course

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    Located in the Appalachian Mountains, this golf course offers scenic views and challenging holes for players of all skill levels.
  3. Pete Dye Golf Club

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    18-hole course designed by Pete Dye. Opened in 1993. Par 72. Hosted 2019 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship.
  4. Pikewood National Golf Club

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    Pikewood National Golf Club has a 5-star rating, 18 holes, and was designed by architect, Bob Cupp.
  5. Stonehaven Golf Course (Glade Springs Village POA)

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    18-hole course with 6,679 yards of play, designed by Tom Clark. Features include a driving range, putting green, and pro shop.
  6. The Greenbrier

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    The Greenbrier has hosted the PGA Tour's Greenbrier Classic since 2010 and has five championship courses, including the Old White TPC.
  7. The Old White TPC Course

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    Hosted the first PGA Tour event in 1914. Designed by Charles Blair Macdonald. Renovated by Lester George in 2006.
  8. Woodhaven Golf Course

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    18-hole course, par 72, designed by William F. Gordon. Opened in 1965.