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    The Greenbrier

This challenging, heavily-wooded course holds the distinction of being the only resort course to have welcomed both the Ryder Cup and the Solheim Cup. Here, your personal best feels right at your fingertips, much like when Sam Snead etched his name in history with a historic 59-shot round during the 1959 Spring Festival — a rare feat in competitive play.

Greenbrier Course

Crafting Golfing Excellence

The Greenbrier course was designed by Seth Raynor, a close associate of Charles Blair Macdonald and one of the great architects of early American golf. It first opened for play in 1924 and underwent a remarkable transformation in 1977 under the masterful guidance of golf legend Jack Nicklaus. His redesign not only breathed new life into the course but heightened its difficulty and strategic nuances. During the 2017 golf season, following a weather event that greatly impacted the course, The Greenbrier was played as a 12-hole routing utilizing holes 1-8 and 15-18. Currently, 10 holes are open for play, and guests can play either 9 or 18 with a bonus hole.

Course Insights

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Hole-by-Hole Descriptions

Our detailed hole-by-hole descriptions provide an insider’s glimpse into the strategy, nuances, and moments of glory that define The Greenbrier’s legacy,

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The Greenbrier Scorecard

Navigate the storied fairways of The Greenbrier and record all the details of your game with the key to golfing excellence – the scorecard.

More Courses to Explore

Whether it’s your pastime or your passion, tee off at our four resort courses — each with its storied history in the sport — and discover opportunities to elevate your game with world-class Greenbrier golf amenities.

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    The Old White

    A legend of golf history at The Greenbrier, our resort’s first 18-hole course has played host to countless legends among its tight, tree-lined fairways and undulating greens.

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    The Meadows

    After undergoing dramatic remodeling in 2017, The Meadows features dynamic green complexes, breathtaking mountain vistas, and stacked sod bunkers throughout.

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    The Ashford Short Course

    Perfect your short game at this nine-hole walking course and the Greenbrier’s newest golf offering, featuring designs from some of the most famous holes in the sport.