Golf Courses at The Greenbrier
The Old White TPC
The oldest of courses at Greenbrier, the Old White TPC had the first golfers tread these famous fairways in 1914 and was name after the original White Hotel that graced the grounds in the late 1800's into the early 1900s. Designed by Charles Blair Macdonald with many holes resembling many famous links holes at St Andrews, Prestwick and North Berwick, it has hosted the Greenbrier Class PGA Tour event since 2010 and a regular favourite with all tour professionals. The signature 18th hole Par 3 has witnessed some great victories and with the course measuring 7,287 yards in total, it is one of the toughest Par 70's around.
The Greenbrier Course
An original Seth Raynor design, this course was re-modelled by Jack Nicklaus in 1977 and is the only resort course to host both the Ryder Cup (1979) and the Solheim Cup (1994). It requires a lot of course management with solid iron play and a steady putter and at 6,675 yards and Par 72, it can be possible to play to your handicap if you give this track the respect it deserves.
The Meadows Course at The Greenbrier
Described as one of the most enjoyable courses at Greenbrier, the Meadows course has some of the most scenic holes, so be sure to take your camera. It has been upgraded to make it a more sturdier test of your golfing skills and still a challenging length at 6,660 yards Par 70. With the finishing hole sharing a green with the Old White, it is an annual host to many regional and state championships.