Best Richmond Golf Courses, Stores, Driving Ranges & More

Best public golf courses Richmond driving range near you

Today we will be breaking down the Richmond golf scene. Courses, stores, driving ranges, Topgolf, and miniature golf in your area will all be discussed in full detail as this post goes along.

With that said we can’t come up with a better way to get this going than by listing the best public and private golf courses near you. They are the star of the show and deserve the top billing.


After they have been covered we will move on to the best local golf stores to buy new clubs, bags, balls, tees, apparel, and whatever other gear you might need. Then we will get into Richmond golf driving ranges and putting greens for when you want to get some practice in.

Our final two things to mention will be about Topgolf and miniature golf courses in the area. We suggest that you stick around for the map towards the end so that you can figure out where all these courses and other spots are located.

This is a region we have written quite a few other posts on in the past if you are interested.

Best Golf Courses In Richmond

The best public and private golf courses in Richmond would be:

Belmont is a public club that has recently been renovated as you can see from that video and has hosted some huge tournaments dating back all the way to the 1949 PGA Championship. Providence and The Crossings are public and have 18-hole golf courses near you with lengths of 6,529 and 6,619 yards respectively for pars of 71 and 72.

Meadowbrook Country Club has a private golf course with 18 holes and a 71.6 rating. Lakeside Park Club is private and has an 18-hole course with a 69.5 rating and a length of 6,255 yards for a par of 71. The Country Club of Virginia has an 18-hole course with a 73.3 rating and has hosted events including the 2021 Dominion Energy Charity Classic.

Magnolia Green is a private golf club that has an 18-hole course and a length of 7.150 yards for a par of 72. Anyone that is searching for where to take the best golf lessons in your area may want to know that all of the above have PGA certified trainers on staff with the exception of The Crossings and Lakeside Park.

Best Local Golf Stores

When you want to buy new clubs, balls, bags, apparel, or anything else shop at one of these golf pro shops near you:

Next Round is a nice local golf pro shop while Play It Again Sports is a good place to buy cheaper new and used clubs, bags, balls, tees, and more. Plus any of those courses we just linked you to will have good pro shops as well.

Driving Ranges & Indoor Simulators

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Drive Shack at 1647 Four Rings Drive has a nice golf driving range while Patterson Golf Park and Bogeys Sports Park have driving ranges too. Obviously any of the courses we have linked you to will also have them along with practice putting greens.

Topgolf In Your Area

There is a Topgolf in Richmond at 2308 Westwood Avenue which can be a good place to get some practice swings in or to just hang out with some friends.

Miniature Golf Near You

These miniature golf courses in your area are good places to have some fun and get a little putting practice in:

Patterson Golf Park has 2 mini golf courses with a total of 36 holes, Bogeys Sports Park has 1 mini golf course of 18 holes, and Putt-Putt Fun Center has 3 mini golf courses with 54 holes. Remember that Patterson and Bogeys also have some of the best local driving ranges.

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Enjoy Golfing In Richmond

We wish we had more to share but for the time being that is all we’ve got. You read about the best public and private golf courses, local pro shops, driving ranges, practice putting greens, Topgolf, and miniature golf courses in town and should be prepared to plan your next move.

Please use the comments to let us know if we got anything wrong or if anything we posted has become dated. Now go have fun playing golf in Richmond.

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