8056 Clubhouse Drive
A private membership, 18-hole course off Route 17 on the Nansemond River in northern Suffolk. To inquire about membership, logo onto Cedar Pointe Golf Course’s website.
Cedar Point Country Club is located at the confluence of the Nansemond and James Rivers in Suffolk. The Civil War ironclads, Monitor and Merrimac, battled in the waters of Hampton Roads just outside the clubhouse windows. Since its founding in 1964, Cedar Point has evolved into one of the premier country club environments in Southeast Virginia.
The crown jewel of the club is the recently renovated 18 hole championship golf course. The course is immaculately maintained with greens that are fast and true. Well groomed bunkers and attractive landscaping reflect the conscientiousness of the caretakers. The golf course is challenging and presents plenty of temptations to the more polished golfer.
A first class 9 hole par 3 course presents some of the most spectacular vistas in the entire Tidewater area. Other diversions at the club include a driving range, putting and chipping greens, swimming pool (seasonal), croquet court, and a complete tennis center with both indoor and outdoor courts. Both the golfing and tennis centers are staffed with certified professionals and include well stocked pro shops. The Cedar Point clubhouse offers a formal dining room and casual grille room; both with panoramic views of the water. Additionally, the facility contains a private meeting room, art gallery, locker rooms, and the golfing center. An outdoor terrace is a nice area to relax and mingle with friends after any activity. Weekly events keep the clubhouse alive with members and their guests.
1000 Hill Point Road
A public 18-hole course in the Hillpoint area on the Nansemond River with 14 holes on the waterfront.
Scenery plus water plus golf - it doesn't get any better than that for playing excitement and that's what you'll find at Nansemond River Golf Club, the region's premier waterfront golf course. Situated on the Nansemond River, the club offers more than three miles of riverfront scenery, including a natural island green on the 17th hole that reminds many players of that famous island hole at the TPC Sawgrass. But that's just the beginning, there are 14 holes in all built along the river at Nansemond River Golf Club. Plenty of water adventures for you and the rest of your foursome.
Beautiful Bermuda fairways and bent-grass greens line the course against a background of marshland, ponds, and riverfront views that provide a memorable golfing experience. In fact so many area golfers enjoy the scenery as well as the challenge of playing this waterfront palace, they've made it their home course
Visitors are welcome - Nansemond River Golf Club would love to have you make their course a part of your golfing trip or vacation in Virginia. Close to Hampton, Norfolk and Virginia Beach. The Nansemond River Golf Club offers a full service lunch counter, bar, and banquet facilities.
5200 River Club Drive
A semi-private 18-hole course designed my Tom Doak on the banks of the Nansemond River near the mouth of the James River.
A truly breathtaking experience, Riverfront was designed by renowned golf course architect, Tom Doak. It is situated on the banks of the Nansemond River, near the mouth of the James River. The spectacular layout takes full advantage of it's dramatic and unique riverside location. World Class Golf In Southeast Virginia!
Riverfront is an old-style course that winds its way through riverfront acreage, tidal marshes, huge oaks and pines and vast rolling farmland. It offers a truly amazing setting for a great round of golf.
Designer Tom Doak sculpted the beautiful layout to take full advantage of the natural beauty surrounding it. It is a magnificent waterfront golf design. Tees are typically at ground level, the fairways are generally wide and friendly and chipping areas are plentiful. Large deep bunkers, combined with undulating greens make shot-making crucial. All but three of the 18 holes are bordered on one side by natural features, whether tidal marshes skirting along its fairways or undulating greens at water's edge – with beach bunkers on three sides. Mature pines, oaks and sycamores overhang the marsh, adding beauty and majesty to the design.
Riverfront was voted 4-1/2 stars by Golf Digest and included in "40 best Daily fee courses" by 'Golf and Travel Magazine'. This course is a "must play" in the Hampton Roads area for golfers of all abilities.
4700 Sleepy Hole Road
This newly polished gem on the shore of the mile-wide Nansemond River has hosted eight LPGA Tour events and served as a venue for many prestigious amateur tournaments. Picturesque Sleepy Hole Golf Course was designed by renowned architect Russell Breeden and built in 1972. In June of 2003, we gave our venerable course a well-earned rest and renovation under the direction of golf course architect Tom Clark, of Ault, Clark and Associations, Ltd.
Meet Sleepy Hole all over again. It's better than ever. You'll love the experience of golfing on the Nansemond River, presenting water hazards on five holes. Enjoy the wide, playable tree-lined fairways, beautiful landscaping, immaculate greens, and well-placed bunkers. The legendary 18th hole, rated "most challenging in Hampton Roads," is tougher than ever, and ready to test you.
Designed for novice and pros. Sleepy Hole Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 72, 7,000-yard championship course, yet no one will find themselves uncomfortable on the new course. With five sets of tees to match every skill level, and a 300-yard golf range, everyone can play like a pro.
1227 Holland Road
Suffolk Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation length public golf course bordering Lake Kilby near downtown Suffolk. The short layout has three sets of tee boxes for fun, but a challenging golf experience. This course has numerous greenside and fairway sand bunkers incorporated into its design. Additionally, water hazards come into play on approximately nice holes. The greens are fast, and the fairways are tree-lined.
From the longest tees it presents 6,305 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course was designed by Dick Wilson/Russell F. Breeden and opened in 1951. Suffolk Golf Course offers a Driving Green, Practice Green, Pull Carts, Club Rental, Lessons, Snack bar and four sets of tees.
The course rating is a70.3 with a slope rating of 121. Suffolk Golf Course is a municipal golf course, open to the public.