The Greenbrier Course

THE GREENBRIER COURSE AT THE GREENBRIER

 

Golf Course Architect - Seth Raynor / Jack Nicklaus
Par 72

6,675 yards/slope 135 to 5,095 yards/slope 120

Course Record - 59 (Sam Snead - 1959)


SCORECARD & COURSE MAP (opens in new window)


Front Nine Holes of The Greenbrier Course       Back Nine Holes of The Greenbrier Course


The Greenbrier course was designed by Seth Raynor, a close associate of Charles Blair Macdonald who became one of the great architects of early American golf, and opened for play in 1924. The golf course was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 1977 in preparation for the 1979 Ryder Cup.  It would later host the 1994 Solheim Cup making it the only resort course in the world to have hosted both events.  The course was also home to The Greenbrier American Express Championship, a PGA TOUR Champions event, from 1985 through 1987. 

This 6,675-yard, par 72 course is heavily wooded, encouraging shot shaping off the tee and precise approach shots onto the greens. The well-bunkered and terraced greens require talent and creativity on and around the putting surface. 

Sam Snead famously shot 59 in the final round of the 1959 Spring Festival Pro-Am making him the first known to accomplish the rare feat.  Sports Illustrated later called the round “the greatest competitive round in the history of the game.” 

For more information about golf at The Greenbrier, please contact a member of our Golf Professional Staff.


 

THE GREENBRIER COURSE FEES

Registered Guest Non-Registered
Through September 28, 2016 $175 $225
     Twilight Golf after 3:00pm $105 $135
September 29 - October 23, 2016 $95* $125*
October 24 - November 30, 2016 $50* $75*
December 1 - 31, 2016 closed closed

 

*On September 29th The Greenbrier Course will be reduced to a 12-hole course to allow for our ongoing reconstruction efforts to continue in key areas.  Beginning on this date all fees allow for unlimited daily play (based on availability).  We apologize for any inconvenience this adjustment may cause and we certainly appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we work to repair and improve our golf operation from the recent flood.  We look forward to presenting new and improved golf courses to you in 2017 (opening dates TBD).

The Greenbrier will be providing a complimentary forecaddie for all groups on The Greenbrier Course.  We ask that you provide a gratuity to your forecaddie based on the level of service you receive. learn more

 

DRESS CODE

Collared sport shirts, golf sweaters, shirts or blouses, slacks, walking shorts, Bermuda shorts and knickers. No denim.
 

TO SCHEDULE YOUR TEE TIME

Please call 304-536-4941 or email teetimes@greenbrier.com