"A Round Of Golf Should Be Eighteen Inspirations." - A. W. Tillinghast
Roanoke Country Club is recognized as the premiere, private golfing facility in Western Virginia. The Club's golf course was originally designed by legendary golf architect A.W. Tillinghast, who designed or remodeled 15 U.S. Open and PGA Championship golf courses including Baltusrol, Bethpage Black, Winged Foot, and Quaker Ridge as well as the course at Ridgewood for the 1935 Ryder Cup. Over the years Roanoke Country Club has hosted three State Open Championships, three State Amateur Championships, and since 1984, the Scott Robertson Memorial tournament, ranked among the nation’s top junior tournaments. The course layout features three nine-hole courses that can be played in three eighteen-hole combinations. With 27 holes of exceptional golf Roanoke Country Club Members enjoy variety as well as unfettered access to the best golf in the region.
Roanoke Country Club offers a complete practice area including a main driving range, a second short iron range, an indoor hitting area, a short game practice green and a practice putting green adjacent to the tournament staging area. The Roanoke Country Club golf program is led by a highly experienced professional staff whose focus lies in helping members of all ages and abilities improve their golf games. The club offers individual lessons as well as the acclaimed Steve Prater Golf Academy. Roanoke Country Club men's and women's golf associations offer an active calendar of golf events throughout the year and provide an opportunity to make and build lifelong friendships. Go inside Roanoke Country Club and you will enjoy a newly renovated yet traditional clubhouse richly appointed with a spacious golf shop, ladies and gentlemen’s locker rooms, a ladies lounge which may be used for card playing, entertaining guests or just relaxing before or after a round of golf. Roanoke Country Club and its 27 hole golf course represent the finest golfing experience in the area.