Wild and wonderful

West Virginia state slogan

West Virginia is a rugged, all-outdoors paradise, framed by the picturesque Appalachian mountains. 

Also called the Mountain State, it is America’s most rugged region with its vast range of rocky mountains, hills, and valleys. The rivers that run through its lush landscapes balance its jagged facets with serene, flowing waters – all making for a truly picturesque golfing destination.

It also offers a myriad of activities like hiking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, camping, skiing, fishing, and boating. It has some of the most breathtaking waterfalls, caverns, snow peaks, and state parks along with historic landmarks like The Greenbrier and Harpers Ferry, living museums, and top-tier golf courses.

Take your pick from among its 130 golf courses dotting its verdant, tree-framed grasslands across the state.

Top 10 West Virginia Courses

  1. Pikewood National – Morgantown
  2. Pete Dye Golf Club – Bridgeport
  3. The Greenbrier (The Old White) – White Sulphur Springs
  4. The Greenbrier (The Snead) – White Sulphur Springs
  5. The Resort at Glade Springs (Woodhaven) – Daniels
  6. The Resort at Glade Springs (Woodhaven) – Daniels
  7. The Resort at Glade Springs (Stonehaven) – Daniels
  8. The Palmer at Stonewall Resort – Roanoke
  9. Williams Golf & Country Club – Weirton
  10. The Greenbrier (Meadows) – White Sulphur Springs