The Greenbrier has been welcoming golfers since 1914, when President Woodrow Wilson first played here. Since then, a who’s who of golf royalty has played Greenbrier’s courses, including Hogan, Palmer, Nicklaus, Trevino, Faldo, Watson, Ballesteros, Woods, and Mickelson, with the legendary Sam Snead as the resort’s golf pro. Home to three 18-hole championship golf courses—The Old White TPC, The Greenbrier and The Meadows—The Greenbrier’s rich history and hospitality is unsurpassed.
The Old White TPC
Opened in 1914, and designed by renowned architect Charles Blair Macdonald, The Old White TPC was added in 2011 to the most prestigious golf courses in the nation within our PGA TOUR’s The Tournament Player’s Club Network. Featuring generous fairways and challenging, undulated greens, it is now the host of the PGA TOUR FedExCup Event, The Greenbrier Classic. At The Old White TPC, every hole is memorable and has a well-defined strategy for success. Whether you prefer a challenging approach or one with less risk, and a higher chance of success, you’ll find it on this historic course.
Originally constructed in 1924 by Seth Raynor, The Greenbrier course was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 1977, and is the only resort course in the world to have hosted The Ryder Cup (1979) and The Solheim Cup (1994). This 6,675-yard, par 72 course is heavily wooded and demands forced carries onto the greens. The well-bunkered and terraced greens require accurate iron play and talent with the putter.
The Meadows joins its rival sister courses in becoming a serious test of skill and precision. Offering the best photographic opportunities of the three courses with its panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, it shares a massive double green on the 18th hole with The Greenbrier course. Many regional and state championships are contested on it annually. The Meadows, along with The Old White TPC and The Greenbrier, all begin and end at the centrally located The Golf Club, featuring fine dining, a sports bar and an award-winning pro shop.