Bordered by the calm azure waters of the James River, this famed championship course has tested the mettle of the game’s most famous names, as for more than three decades, The River Course has hosted the world’s best players on both PGA and LPGA tours.
This Pete Dye course has been tinkered with over the years to bring it up to become one of the best courses in the state, and is a place that will truly test your mettle as a golfer. At 6831 yards and Par 71 from the back tees, it is a good test of golf and about good course management with some tricky lies and elevation changes. The Par 3 17th is regarded as the signature hole with water all along the right hand side and a deep green, so club selection is vital when coming to this hole.
A slightly shorter course at 6,432 yards and Par 72, this Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay design is more about accurate iron play and good putting. With landmarks of from the Richard Kingsmill plantation 1736 this a truly historic course and with undulating greens with many slopes, the challenge will be as much on the green as off it!
From guest rooms to private vacation homes, there are more than plenty options to be able to suit everyone's accommodation needs. The guest rooms are either located by the River, near the sports clubs and restaurants, or alongside the golf course and woods. For those looking for the finest experience, the Cottages are located just feet from the river’s edge, and are adjacent to the River Pool complex.
The exclusive Kingsmill community of homes each features professionally designed luxurious interiors with cottage-inspired exteriors, three-to-four bedrooms each with its own ensuite. The homes are perfect for family vacations, private group meetings, or weddings. Guests of the cottages have full access to all resort amenities, including two championship golf courses, numerous on-site dining choices, spa, tennis club, marina activities, complimentary shuttle service and more.