If you love golf and you’re also looking for downtown Historic Williamsburg homes, you’ll find one golf range that suits most buyers. The Golden Horseshoe — with its Gold, Green and Spotswood Courses — is a great fit for people looking for downtown Historic Williamsburg homes without being part of an actual golf community.
Some people think if you buy downtown Historic Williamsburg homes then you have to give up golfing or engage in a long commute in order to play. The truth is the Golden Horseshoe Golf Course is conveniently close and open to anyone. As for the pass prices, they vary based on the course you play (Gold, Spotswood or Green Course) as well as on the time of year.
When it comes to the history of the course, it really began with a Scot – John Murray, who was the Earl of Dunmore. He was one of the first people reported to bring golf to the Williamsburg area in the late 1700s. As for the Golden Horseshoe’s arrival, that came a bit later in 1940s with the present courses beginning in the 1960s and 1990s. Naturally, since that time the courses have gone through restoration and renovation to keep them well maintained. So it’s safe to say that for over 75 years the Golden Horseshoe has been entertaining golfers and owners of downtown Colonial Williamsburg homes.
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