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    The Meadows

After the force of nature left its mark on this course in a 2016 flood, The Meadows underwent a complete restoration. In the summer of 2017, it emerged anew with dynamic green complexes, breathtaking mountain vistas, and our signature stacked sod bunkers throughout the course. It’s one of many stories of resilience that define The Greenbrier.

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Meadows Course

A Tale of Transformation

The Meadows has seen plenty of transformations before 2017. Designed by Alexander H. Findlay, The Meadows course began as a 9-hole course called Lakeside and opened for play in 1911. In 1923, Seth Raynor redesigned the course while on the property to update The Old White and build the original Greenbrier course. In 1962, it was expanded to an 18-hole routing by architect Dick Wilson. In 1999, Bob Cupp once again redesigned the course, and it officially became known as The Meadows.

Course Details

Meadows Course

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 Meadows’ legacy.

Meadows Course

The Meadows Scorecard

Navigate the storied fairways of The Meadows 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 Greenbrier

    This challenging, heavily-wooded course — redesigned in 1977 by Jack Nicklaus — is the only resort course in the world to host both the Ryder Cup and the Solheim Cup.

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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.