The Virginian Golf Club

The Virginian Golf Club

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The Virginian Golf Club

For those who love championship golf, a family oriented atmosphere and quiet, country living, The Virginian Golf Club offers the perfect place to put down roots. With nearly 600 acres in the highlands of southwest Virginia, this is family living at its finest. The Virginian offers exquisitely designed estate homes, a well-appointed clubhouse, tennis, junior Olympic-sized pool, fitness center, an active social calendar and the pleasures of a Tom Fazio-designed course.

Built across green, flowing hills, the golf course is exceptional. Long-range views of the Blue Ridge Mountains combine with true Tom-Fazio style to make every hole one of a kind.

“We made no compromises at The Virginian,” says Fazio, who has more courses in the top 100 in the U.S. than any other designer. “Each hole is unique, with its own special challenge for the golfer. The Virginian’s land is one of those areas of great natural beauty, with a high knoll as the course’s obvious starting point.”

Golf is just the beginning. Members can engage in a game of cards with friends or fine dining with relatives at our 44,000-square-foot clubhouse for hosting a band or cultural event. When in-season, our on-site farm produces fresh tomatoes, butternut squash, okra, carrots, beets and more. All available for purchase via our produce market. And if you’re drawn to the outdoors, there’s definitely no shortage of activities. Fly fishing, boating, water skiing, bicycling and more keep our members active. While The Virginian is a self-contained community, nearby towns offer abundant pleasures as well. It’s just a short drive to Abingdon, which was founded in 1778 and is distinguished by nearly 200 lovingly tended examples of National and Federal-style architecture. Abingdon is also home to the acclaimed Barter Theater. Best known for NASCAR’s Bristol Motor Speedway, “The World’s Fastest Half-Mile Track,” Bristol also has its roots in Colonial America, but is better known for a later era, which brought about what is now recognized as the birthplace of country music.

And now, with a new selection of real estate and membership options, prospective club members have the chance to become a part of this legendary community.

Honors

Golfweek’s Best Residential Courses (Course of Distinction) Golfweek
Best Golf Communities in America (No. 3) Robb Report
Most BeautifulPlanned Community Pinnacle Magazine
One of Best 50 Golf Communities in America Golf Magazine
Host of 2003 USGA Senior Amateur Championship

Bristol, Virginia • 276.645.7050 or 276.645.6950 • TheVirginian.com

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