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Private Golf Courses

Membership has its privileges, and nowhere is that more obvious than at these country-club golf courses.

Halifax Country Club

Like most courses in the Lake Region, this course has water hazards on several holes. The fairways tend to be hilly and the greens small. One of the most notable features of this club is that a member doesn’t have to be present for a guest to play! All that is needed is for a member to call ahead and make arrangements for the guest.

5136 Halifax Rd
Halifax, VA 24558

(434) 476-2940


Mecklenburg Country Club

Located north of Clarksville in Chase City, this course is moderately hilly. The greens have subtle breaks, and some of the fairways are tree-lined. The course features grass mounds instead of sand bunkers; whether that’s an improvement will be up to you. The VSGA VIP card is accepted here, and will entitle you to a round at the club.

45 Country Club Dr
Chase City, VA 23924

(434) 372-4075


South Hill Country Club

Situated on rolling terrain, this course has open fairways but lots of sand bunkers. To make 18 holes more interesting, number 8 and number 17 are different shots (8 breaks slightly to the right, while 17 breaks significantly to the right). Number 2 is the signature hole: a right-angle break, just after a water hazard, with a sand bunker just before the putting green. Good luck!

3061 Country Club Road
LaCrosse, VA 23950

(434) 757-7558


Tanglewood Shores Country Club

If you’d like to try fresh turf, give Tanglewood Shores a call. In 2013, they replaced their bentgrass greens with MiniVerde Ultra Dwarf Bermuda grass. The nine-hole course features narrow fairways with quite a few doglegs, and a pond that comes into play on two holes.

74 Tanglewood Dr
Bracey, VA 23919

(434) 636-2254

Open 8 – 6 daily