VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Princess Anne Country Club in Virginia Beach has been ranked one of GOLF Magazine’s Top 25 Exemplary Sub-6,000-Yard Courses in the world. With detailed input from GOLF’s 88-member Top 100 Courses panel, it’s editors, architects from around the world and select other shortcourse aficionados, GOLF Magazine compiled their first long look at “short courses,” in the September 2020 publication, and Princess Anne Country Club made the list.
The GOLF Magazine ‘Expert’s take’ described the (5,995 Yards/Par 70) course as, “A stunning golf course in a fittingly stunning area, Princess Anne is a narrow, tricky and well-appointed test.” Read the full article here.
Princess Anne’s classic course layout was redesigned in 2007 by Pete Dye protégé Tim Liddy. It hosted last year’s Virginia State Women’s Amateur and recently underwent bunker renovations. The full service private club has been a haven for families since 1916 and in addition to the course and practice facilities features indoor and outdoor tennis, pickle ball, Lifestyles fitness and wellness center, youth center; and clubhouse that features locker rooms, bars and casual to fine dining restaurants. The campus is currently undergoing an aquatics complex renovation project which will feature a new resort-style swimming pool and cabana bar.