For nature-loving golfers, few states compare to Virginia, with its beautiful mountain terrain. Virginia also offers excellent leaf peeping in the fall, when the weather is perfect for golf.
The Homestead Resort & Spa in Hot Springs is Virginia's premier mountain golf destination, one that's steeped in history. Its Old Course, a Donald Ross design, has the oldest first tee in continuous use in the U.S, and Sam Sneed began his magical career on the spectacular Cascades Course. There's also a third course at The Homestead, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr.
If you're still energized after your round, there's plenty at the Homestead Resort & Spa to keep you busy: horseback and carriage rides, target shooting, tennis, hiking, swimming and a fitness center.
The Homestead's spa has been serving guests for decades, yet it has by no means fallen behind the times. The spa is up on all the modern treatments, and it's a perfect place for a bit of relaxation, revitalization and rejuvenation.
Indeed, from Williamsburg to Virginia Beach, Virginia is the spot for golfers looking to get away from it all.