Fall Golf in Southern West Virginia

Here in Southern West Virginia, fall is in the air. The humidity is lower, sunshine is plentiful, and the crisp morning air is a pleasant respite for summer-heat-weary golfers.

Twin Falls State Park

While it is certainly the links which bring golfers to the area, it’s the breathtaking scenery that leave them wanting more. And the views…well, we’ve got them.

If you’re considering a fall golf vacation, here are some great options for matching challenging play with amazing autumn scenery:

  • You can’t talk about West Virginia golf and not mention of The Greenbrier. All three courses of this golf resort have views of the Allegheny Mountains affording front-row seating for fall’s annual display of color. Also, the long narrow fairways of the Old White, the resort’s signature course, recently hosted the PGA TOUR. Old White will be closed at the end of September, however the Greenbrier and Meadows courses will remain open.
  • If you know West Virginia golf, you know of Glade Springs. This resort also boasts three courses with scenic mountain backdrops. The fall color will explode in mid October – a perfect time for a quick getaway.
  • Completing the trifecta of fall golf, two of Southern West Virginia’s State Parks. Pipestem Resort and Twin Fall State Park offer quality golf, unbelievable scenery and great rates. West Virginia State Parks are in a league of their own with quality lodges, golf, indoor pools, and more. After a visit to either of these parks and you will agree.

Southern West Virginia offers some of the best fall golfing you can find. Anywhere. But honestly, don’t take our word for it, plan a visit for this fall and find out for yourself. No matter if you visit one of the courses mentioned, or any of the other great golf courses in Southern West Virginia, we are certain you will agree. Fall golf in West Virginia is a must.

What is your favorite West Virginia golf course?

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