An Arnold Palmer Signature Course

Belmont Country Club is home to an 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature golf course, which was nominated for the Best New Private Golf Course Award by Golf Digest in it's inaugural year. Measuring 7.212 yards from the back tees, the natural elevation changes, the tree-lined fairways and the vast amount of wetland hazards, challenge all levels of golfers. As a result, Belmont was rated the third most challenging golf course in Virginia by the USGA.

Hole #1

PAR: 4 | MEN's HANDICAP: 15 | LADIES HANDICAP: 13 View Scorecard
  • 410
  • 386
  • 360
  • 360
  • 339
  • 306

It is very appropriate that this magnificent course starts off with the stunning par 4. It sits at one of the higher elevations on the property and looks down the steep hill leading from the Manor House with the Shenandoah Mountains in the background. The golfer faces a hole dropping nearly 100 feet in elevation from tee to green, so it will play a lot shorter than its measured length. The tee shot is straight down hill to a generous landing area, with trees lining both sides. Players will likely face a down hill lie to a generous green that slopes left to right with trouble right in the form of two large bunkers, and a steep drop off the back of the green, into the trees. This hole will be spectacular in the spring with hundreds of dogwoods, redbuds and serviceberry trees on every side, giving it the look of Augusta National.

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