Golf, golf & more golf!
irst tee jitters. Hacking at a little white ball,cursing after you shank it in the pond and then you
hole it from 35 feet for par. It’s 7 a.m. and you
drove all night. All for this? You betcha!Highlighted by the River Course at Kingsmill,
Marsh Hawk at Ford’s Colony and the Gold
Course at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club(Colonial Williamsburg), Williamsburg offerssome of the finest golf inthe Southeast with 14championship courses.Hosting numerous PGAand LPGA events, theRiver Course at
Kingsmill’s redesign was
overseen by world-renowned coursearchitect Pete Dye in2004. Adjacent to the James River, the coursemeasures nearly 6,900yards from the gold teesproviding a remarkable golf experience.Narrow fairways and unforgiving bunkers are coupled with tree-lined fairways to
make Marsh Hawk at Ford’s Colony one of the best “true golf tests” in Williamsburg.
The par-72 course includes some of the easiest par-
3’s in Williamsburg and the
elevation changes provide visual illusions that will challenge the best.The Gold Course at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club (Colonial Williamsburg) isarguably the most beautiful golf display in the region. Voted by Golf Magazine as
among the “Top 100 places you can play,” the par
71 layout also received “4 1/2stars” by Golf Digest. Tucked away in rolling
woodlands, the Gold Course invites its visitorsto experience dramatic scenery that willenhance any golf outing.***
Other Great Places to Play
Plantation Course at Kingsmill
Blackheath at Ford’s Colony
The Tradition at StonehouseWilliamsburg National - Jamestown CourseThe Golf Club at Brickshire
1st AnnualCCW Fall Festival
InflatablesCostume ContestPumpkin Patchand More
October 12-14, 20125-8 p.m. Nightly
n June 11, 2012, more than 150 golfersteed it up for the 10th Annual RCI ChristelHouse Open at the Green Course at theGolden Horsehoe Golf Club inWilliamsburg, VA. The event was hosted byGoodmanagement, Inc.
“The golf tournament brings together some
of the top area industry professionals in acombined effort to continue the growth of
IN OUR COMMUNITY
the Christel House,” said Michael Voss,Colonial Crossings Business Manager. “We
are proud to have sponsored a hole for this
year’s event and ‘pay it forward’.”
Opening its doors in 1998, the ChristelHouse is dedicated to transforming the livesof impoverished children worldwide.Founded by Christel DeHaan, a recognizedleader in the timeshare and travel andtourism industries, the Christel House hasprograms based in six countries includingIndia, Mexico, South Africa, the UnitedStates and Serbia.