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.