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The Club at Viniterra

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The Club at Viniterra

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Steve R wrote a review Jan 2020
Virginia Beach, Virginia231 contributions2 helpful votes
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Wow!!!! What a fantastic course for a great price! Really wish we had more courses like this in the VB area as it took game play to a whole different level. Playing LONG, it challenges any level of golfer for sure! The course was in great shape with really nice greens, especially in January. The view was gorgeous and so peaceful! Now I am not the greatest golfer but with my experience and 15 handicap, I would definitely say you need to at least be able to make solid contact with the ball as the distance could be challenging to reach in par. If you are new, playing from anything beyond the whites should really be considered for better ball strikers because it truly is long and challenging and suited for the lower handicap or scratch players. Slow play will come into play if trying to play out of your element. It is quite forgiving but if you get into the woods, it is difficult to find the ball under the leaves which slows it even more. Definitely not a walking course and loads of hills/undulations all over the place. It is a very fun/challenging course and was worth the hour and 10 minute drive. I will definitely consider making my way at least once a year to experience the courses in the Williamsburg to Richmond area. Definitely a different ball game versus where I live.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Chris K wrote a review Oct 2019
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I purchased tee times for two through the club's website. Little did I know that the weather would be horrible on the day we were to play the course. So bad that the fairways and greens were flooded. Bad enough that the final round of the PGA Champions Tour event down the road was postponed to Monday. When we arrived at the course we were told under no circumstance would we get a rain check. Jeff (the general manager) was incredibly rude. His claim that I purchased the round from "Golf Now" was news to me since I purchased it through Viniterra's website. End result...NO GOLF, LOST $120 & HAD TO DEAL WITH THE RUDEST PERSON I'VE EVER MET.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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C P wrote a review Aug 2019
Midlothian, Virginia8 contributions6 helpful votes
We recently moved to Richmond area and have been in search of Golf courses to play. I have three tiers I want on our list, the inexpensive Muni which is ideal for Fridays (skipping out early for), the regular course that is fun, interesting, well maintained and close and the Weekend destination courses. This tier is usually more than a 30 minute drive, tends to be a little more expensive and has what I refer to as “grandeur” which means it’s as nice to look at as it is to play, one that has you standing in the Tee box taking in the scenery long before you hit. This course is squarely in the third tier. We live in the south western Richmond suburbs which makes this a 40 minute drive, we booked through golf now and were happy to pay to $60 or so for a 9 am Sunday tee time. As a note to some of the reviews we read concerning the club house, at some point this course only had a trailer, that is no longer the case. There is a brand new building next to the driving range. Although not as nice a club house as some in the area it’s adequate, well-staffed and serves up decent pub grub. Heading to the first tee is an experience, your pointed towards a gravel road which you head down wondering why it isn’t paved and if this is how your day is going to go but after a few minutes you hit the classic paved cart path at the first tee. I was impressed with the view, manicured fairways and meticulously managed greens. The bunkers are raked every day and where in great condition considering the amount of rain we had the previous week. So as of now, this is on my short list of weekend courses. We intend to play this one quite a bit.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Christine M wrote a review Nov 2018
80 contributions20 helpful votes
Decent but sand trap issues. They currently (as of October 2018) own and manage Royal New Kent as well as manage Brickshire. We are hopeful they gain momentum soon.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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bfmcfade wrote a review Aug 2018
Lynchburg, Virginia46 contributions19 helpful votes
Have played TCaV multiple times without much of a crowd. Half way between Williamsburg and Richmond the TCaV may sometimes get forgotten. Can be long and difficult from the Tips, but a good challenge from the forward tees. Worth the drive and the effort
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Date of experience: August 2018
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