Virginia Golf Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This
Experience a top-rated private golf course in Williamsburg, Virginia that is unlike any other. Located on The Governor’s Land at Two Rivers’ waterfront community, our prestigious 18-hole Tom Fazio-designed championship golf course features perfectly manicured fairways, interspersed by tranquil ponds which lead to a spectacular finish of 1,000 yards of river frontage along the James and Chickahominy Rivers. From one round to the next, golfers of all skill levels enjoy the amount of awe-inspiring acreage and challenge on every hole.
As a Full Golf Member, Associate Golf Member, Non-Resident Golf Member, and Invitational Golf Member, you have the freedom to polish your game on our well-maintained practice facilities and Tom Fazio golf course year-round, while also enjoying additional amenities that the club offers.
Two Rivers Country Club golf course includes new heat- and salt-tolerant 007 Bentgrass greens, as well as Bermuda grass tees, fairways, and rough. Our practice facility has seven gorgeous target greens, a practice bunker, and putting green for you to sharpen your swing whenever your heart desires.
Most recently, Golf Digest voted Two Rivers Country Club in the Top Courses in Virginia, making us the only private golf course in Coastal Virginia. We rank 15th best in the state out of 427 total golf courses in Virginia.
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In addition to a strong Junior Golf program, Two Rivers Country Club offers a 3-Tee program for women which is perfect for those just beginning this lifelong sport or for those getting back into it after a “golf sabbatical.” We have both ladies’ and men’s golf associations, which serve as an integral part of our Club experience. These associations allow our members to take part in social and competitive endeavors as well as participate in various tournaments throughout the year.
Having nationally ranked Members and hosting many prestigious state and regional golf tournaments both attest to the caliber of the Two Rivers Country Club. We have recently hosted several annual golf tournaments, including:
Senior State Open of Virginia (2017 and 2018)
U.S. Amateur Qualifier
U.S. Senior Amateur Qualifier
Virginia State Golf Association Women’s Stroke Play Championship
Two Rivers National Senior Invitational (2014-2018)
Middle Atlantic PGA Junior Pro-Senior Pro Championship
“In my 20 years with the Society of Seniors, I have never received more compliments about a host club. Two Rivers Country Club was nothing short of spectacular.”
James Popa – Executive Director of Society for Seniors, July 2020
“Two Rivers has some of the best greens I have played in Virginia.”
Keith Decker – Holder of 26 Virginia State Golf Association titles, August 2016
“Tireless work from Brent Graham and his staff paid in September when players at the Senior Open of Virginia raved about the terrific conditions at Two Rivers.”
Virginia Golfer, 2018
Elegant Course Design
Our private golf course in Williamsburg, Virginia offers enjoyment to last a lifetime and is consistently ranked in the Top 25 in the state. Teeing off for a round at the Two Rivers Country Club is an unparalleled delight for golfers of all ages and skill levels, ranging from beginners to the State Senior Golfer of the Year (2019 & 2017) and nationally ranked players. We take pride in a meticulously maintained golf course and constantly enhance it whether rebuilding the greens, updating the irrigation system, or making improvements to the bunkers. Even challenged with extreme weather conditions, our team dedicates the resources to keep the course in superb condition.
Award-winning architect Tom Fazio uniquely incorporated “risk/reward” design elements that come into play for experienced golfers, yet still offer an enjoyable golf experience for higher handicaps. With spectacular finishing holes along the James and Chickahominy Rivers, our picturesque par 72 course can be played from a very manageable 4,562 yards to a very challenging 6,911 yards and has ten sets of tee combinations.
When you reserve your tee time at the Two Rivers Country Club golf course, you’ll find a variety of the most spectacular and strategically challenging holes, including:
Long par 4s that require position over distance and short par 4s with birdie opportunities
Par 5s that can be birdied or played conservatively with a lay-up
Par 3s — some long, some short, all challenging
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Meet the Pros
Two Rivers Country Club prides itself on experienced golf professionals who provide superior management of our golf programs and the condition of our award-winning course. Our pros are dedicated to teaching the game, whether to a beginner or a golfer with a low handicap.
Head Golf Professional
Chris developed an early interest in the sport and management of golf. At 13, he was working at the Wintergreen Resort in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
He attended the University of Virginia on a golf scholarship, returned to Wintergreen and ultimately become the Head Golf Professional. His career then took him to Bald Head Island Club.
A PGA class-A golf professional since 1991, Chris has been the head golf professional at Two Rivers Country Club since April 2001.
Director of Golf Maintenance
Brent Graham earned his designation as a Certified Golf Course Superintendent (CGCS) by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) in 2010.
Graham, a 13-year GCSAA member, has been the superintendent at our private golf course since 2010. He led initiatives that helped save the club considerable money when the course was renovated in 2013.
Assistant Golf Pro
Steve began playing golf at age 2 and has worked as a caddie and outside staff employee at Kenwood Country Club, a PGA intern at Cincinnati Country Club, as Second Assistant Golf Professional at Oasis Golf Club and as 1st Assistant Golf Professional at Losantiville Country Club prior to joining Two Rivers Golf Professional Staff. Steve played golf at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio before transferring to The Ohio State University to focus on a career in the golf industry.