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Located midway between Richmond and Williamsburg, you’ll find a one-of-a-kind golf experience in New Kent County.

Brickshire Golf Club

Brickshire’s popularity is easily tied to this “player friendly” Curtis Strange signature course. These inviting fairways are wide and artfully sculpted with dramatic elevation changes and true-rolling greens. Honored by Golf Digest Readers, Brickshire Golf Club is one of the mid-Atlantic’s “Must Play” courses.

The history of the course begins with U. S. Open Champion Curtis Strange and renowned architect Tom Clark working to replicate some of his favorite holes from around the world. Places like St. Andrews, Augusta National, Pinehurst #2, and Riviera CC create a unique golfing experience.

The Club at Viniterra

Designed by Rees Jones, The Club at Viniterra is an 18-hole championship course, located adjacent to the award-winning New Kent Winery.

With a variety of diverse, natural features, Viniterra is designed with infinite flexibility by combining thoughtful and strategic location of a variety of grass, sand, and water hazards, to assure an enjoyable experience for all skill levels.

Brookwoods Golf Club

Brookwoods Golf Club is well maintained and popular daily play course in the county’s west end near I-64 Exit 205. Brookwoods real strength is its green complexes. Players will find tight, tree lined fairways with some water to avoid. Don’t expect this to be a power course. Golfers have to use every club in their bags to play this placement course.

Royal New Kent Golf Club

Opened in 1997, Royal New Kent was named “Best New Course in the Nation” by Golf Digest. Now fully renovated, it’s celebrated as “the most authentic Irish links in the U.S.,” reminiscent of renowned Irish courses like Royal County Down and Ballybunion. The landscape boasts rolling moorland, grassy knolls, stone walls, and rugged terrain akin to Scotland.

Wide fairways contrast with doglegs and dunes, often requiring blind shots to large, speedy greens protected by deep bunkers. Spanning 282 acres, it offers open spaces and unique east coast views. Its new tagline is “Golf Ireland in Virginia.”