Golf at Greenbrier

The centerpiece of Greenbrier's golf experience is our 18-hole championship Rees Jones-designed course, which offers an exhilarating challenge for golfers of all skill levels.

Chesapeake's Premier Golf Experience

The spectacular course has been host of the LPGA Crestar Classic and is widely known as one of the premier golf course designs in the Hampton Roads area. Our golf facility features a driving range and complete practice facilities as well as lessons from our experienced pro staff, no matter your level of experience.

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For information on any of our groups or to find out how to join one or more of our fun associations, please stop in or call the pro shop.

  • MGA | Men's Golf Association

    The Greenbrier Men’s Golf Association is open to all male golf Members. With approximately 240 Members, the GMGA season starts with a spring meeting in March and finishes with a wrap-up meeting in November. The GMGA hosts all men’s golf events at the Club, including Tuesday Night League, Club Championships, Member Member Tournament, Member Guest Tournament and the entire TMMG schedule of events. All events are flight and handicap outside of the Club championships, with season-long points races based on events played to qualify for the year-end Cup style event.

Our leagues provide some of the most exciting golf tournaments around. Here, you’ll play challenging rounds, meet fellow Members, and, with any luck, win some great prizes.

GLF. Connect.

Your convenient solution to schedule one-on-one lessons and even clinics with your golf professional. All at the click of a button, right at your fingertips.

Ready to schedule? Let’s go GLF.!

Crush It! Juniors Program

Based on principles of the American Development Model (ADM), Greenbrier Country Club’s Crush It! Juniors Program is a game-changing golf development program designed to help your junior golfers develop a deep love for the game and the abilities needed to perform on the course.

Whether new or familiar with the game and for fun or friendly competition, the program provides kids with the tools to engage proactively in life and learn valuable lessons they can use in all areas of their lives, while at the same time enabling them to engage in developmentally appropriate experiences and learning opportunities that connect child and family at every step through a progression pathway.

At the core of Greenbrier Country Club’s Crush It! Program is the development of a “golfer for life” through the motto, “Skills for golf, skills for life” by through:

Hard work

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Game On! Program

Whether you’re picking up a club for the first time or if you’re coming back to the sport after some time off, Greenbrier Country Club’s Game On! Program provides the ideal way for golfers to experience learning the game in an environment and structure that will enable them to build the skills, knowledge and social connections to actively play the game and maximize your Greenbrier Country Club membership.

Where Game On! differs from other traditional programs is that it does not measure success based on completing a set number of classes. Instead, success is defined when you have achieved the criteria set out within a 3-Level Progression Pathway that ensures you have harnessed the knowledge, experiences and appropriate level of skill to play the golf course. The length of time spent on the program varies between golfer but it’s why golf is a journey, not a marathon.

No matter where your golf journey is taking you, Greenbrier Country Club is excited to welcome you to the sport! From socializing in a friendly and fun environment to focusing on health and wellness, golf has something for everyone and for every family through:

Making New Social Connections
Spending more time with loved ones
Learning a new skill
Healthier lifestyle
An activity great for the entire family


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Greenbrier hosts at least 12 competitive events throughout the year, ranging from fun themes to serious competition. The Men’s Golf Association holds a Tuesday night league and many other events throughout the year, allowing its members to earn points for playing. At the end of the year, the individuals who made the most points compete in a Ryder Cup-style golf tournament. In addition to the Men's Golf Association, we also have a Women's Golf Association. The women's events are similar to the men's, with play days on Wednesday afternoons (9-hole league) and Thursday mornings (18-hole league).