Virginia Beach National Golf Club
2500 Tournament Dr
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-2525, United States

Formerly known as TPC Virginia Beach, this is one of five courses owned by the City of Virginia Beach, although each is separately leased and operated. VB National was designed by Pete Dye with Curtis Strange consulting and opened in 1999.

Peak season rates are shown below; off-season, VA resident, military, junior, senior, and guests-of-members rates are all lower.

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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$75 - $99
   Weekend:$75 - $99
General Manager:Glen Pierce, PGA, Dir of Golf
Superintendent:Mark Ross, GCSAA
Guest Policy:open
Season Start:Year round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Online
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Heavy

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/28/20 Carl Godwin 81
10/23/20 Thomas Wilson 45*
10/18/20 NSU1985 102
10/10/20 Bob Philipps 81
10/10/20 Patrick Dellen 87
9/26/20 Betty Lewis 95
9/14/20 robert davis 106
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Recent Reviews

  KNIGHTCRASH - 8/7/14
Great golf course to play while you are on a vacation.
  ripple6 - 8/14/13
The course was in great shape. The greens rolled a little quick but true. This was my first visit and to be honest I was expecting a bit more. Lots of heavy rain of late so I will say the course does a fantastic job of draining. The rough is deceptively deep and will yank your club right out of your hands if you take a mental break. I would play again for a social outing but I wouldn't go out of my way to book a tee time here.
  mrkrh - 8/12/11
I was expecting to see alot more. To much wasted course with unnecessary waste bunkers. Make sure you do your homework before you play this course.
  taz23324 - 5/8/11
Very few memorable holes. It is the same theme from hole to hole. Dog-legs, long waste bunkers and water running along side of the fairway. There are few elevated greens and most greens are deep. Not in bad shape, but still not grown in in places. Don't waste your money on this one at peak rates. If you want to play it do it at the twilight rate. Played from the middle tees. Plays about 6,500 yards. Fairways undulating and narrow in places. A lot of burned out places all over the fairways where weeds were being killed. It is also difficult even with the Sky Caddie to know where the fairway ends (yardage) because your view is obstructed in places and the rough is only slightly taller than the FW grass. The 150 yd markers are often difficult to see from the middle tee box. Overall, I was quite disappointed with the course and its price and there being nothing memorable about the holes. It is definitely not on my top course list!
  dshaw22 - 6/1/20
  efiggs - 11/6/19
  mustang9806 - 1/6/14
  waltermac - 9/26/13
  fredonia - 8/2/13
  Dave Boulis - 6/30/13
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