Located in the midst of American Civil War battlefields, The Crossings Golf Club in Richmond, Virginia is a Joe Lee designed 18 hole championship layout. A "must play" in the central Virginia area, The Crossings is an easy drive from the Washington D.C. area and a great place for travelers to stop along I-95.
Once the northern border of the Chickahominy Swamp during the Civil War, The Crossings was a hiding place for outlaws and staging area for troop movements in the pivotal Richmond Virginia area. Now, it's known as one of the commonwealth's Top 10 public golf courses. The Crossings Golf Club is one of the most playable and scenic championship tests of golf in southern Virginia.
This Joe Lee designed layout makes optimal use of the natural landscape in what was once known as the Halfe Sink area. The Crossings features rolling fairways that are bordered by dense forest and strategically placed bunkers. The front nine offers several holes that begin with an elevated tee shot to the landing area below. The Crossings has held various events such as qualifying for the U.S. Publinks Championship, Nike Tour qualifying, and is the first choice to over 100 corporate outings each year.
$16 (cart not included), played on Wednesday, March 2009 at 2pm
This was early in the season and the only reason the fairways have not sprung up yet. Love the lay-out, very fair, nice sight lines and a very good walk.
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