USA Mid-Atlantic Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts


Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts in Mid-Atlantic

USA Mid Atlantic Golf Map   To make the most out of your golf trip, look up the location of the Stay & Play resorts and nearby courses on the Mid-Atlantic golf map. It will help you with your planning to play the best courses during your vacation.

Where2Golf has applied a rating to each golf course visited. The rating scale, 5 (highest) to 1 (lowest), attempts to provide an indication of the golfing experience you can expect at each rated course. On the maps we have indicated golf hotels and Stay & Play resorts with the following symbol Stay & Play Golf Resorts

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click on the green arrow in the toolbar OF the table below to sortStay & Play Golf Resort.Private course – for members and their invited guests only.Unrated course – not yet visited by the Where2Golf team.2-star: reasonable standard. Good value, especially if better courses not available.3-star: a good course with many fine features.3+ (3-gold): a good course with many fine features. One of our top-rated 3’s.4-star: a must play course - excellent standard.4+ (4-gold): a must play course - excellent standard. One of our top-rated 4’s !5-star: simply the best - golf courses don’t get much better than this.5+ (5-gold): simply the best - golf courses don’t get better than this. One of our top-rated 5’s!
Bay Creek (Nicklaus) 5a.gifNorfolk / Virginia BeachUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Bay Creek (Palmer) 4b.gifNorfolk / Virginia BeachUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Birdwood at Boar's Head 4a.gifAAA 4-DiamondCharlottesvilleUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Cacapon 4a.gifWashington, DCUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Canaan Valley 4a.gifMorgantownUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Ford's Colony 4a.gifRichmond, VAUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Glade Springs (Cobb) 4a.gifRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Glade Springs (Stonehaven) 4a.gifRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Golden Horseshoe (Gold) 5a.gifNorfolk / Virginia BeachUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Golden Horseshoe (Green) 4b.gifNorfolk / Virginia BeachUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Greenbrier (Greenbrier) 4b.gifAAA 4-DiamondRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Greenbrier (Meadows) 4a.gifAAA 4-DiamondRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Greenbrier (Old White TPC) 5a.gifAAA 4-DiamondRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Homestead (Old) 3b.gifAAA 4-DiamondRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Independence 4b.gifRichmond, VAUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Keswick, VA 5a.gif5-starCharlottesvilleUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Kingsmill (Plantation) 4a.gifAAA 4-DiamondNorfolk / Virginia BeachUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Kingsmill (River) 4b.gifAAA 4-DiamondNorfolk / Virginia BeachUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Lansdowne, VA (Jones) 4a.gifAAA 4-DiamondWashington, DCUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Lansdowne, VA (Norman) 4b.gifAAA 4-DiamondWashington, DCUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Oglebay (Speidel GC) 4b.gifPittsburghUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Olde Mill 4a.gifRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Primland (Highland) 5a.gifRoanokeUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Queenstown Harbor 4b.gifBaltimoreUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Raven at Snowshoe 4a.gifEconomyMorgantownUSA: Mid-Atlantic
River Marsh 4a.gifBaltimoreUSA: Mid-Atlantic
River Run, MD 4a.gifOcean CityUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Rocky Gap 4a.gifAAA 4-DiamondMorgantownUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Stonewall Resort, WV 4a.gifAAA 4-DiamondMorgantownUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Wintergreen (Devils Knob) 4a.gifCharlottesvilleUSA: Mid-Atlantic
Wintergreen (Stoney Creek) 4a.gifCharlottesvilleUSA: Mid-Atlantic

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