Whether you’re looking to drive, chip, putt or ride around in the golf cart holding the cooler, Virginia Beach has what you need to make sure your game stays on par during your event. With more than 198 holes of golf from which to choose, we have something for every handicap, including courses and holes designed by some of the legends of the game. Hit one of these golf spots in between meetings or, better yet, take your meeting out onto the course. Here is where to find some of the best golfing in Virginia Beach.

​​​​​​The City of Virginia Beach itself offers five public golf courses, all of which are leased and privately operated and managed, including Red Wing Lake, Bow Creek, Kempsville Greens, Stumpy Lake, and Virginia Beach National. Virginia Beach National, designed by golf greats Pete Dye and Curtis Strange, is a former Tournament Players Club (TPC) course that is now available for anyone to play. 



For those who spend more time in the hazards than on the green, swing into your day with brunch and a couple rounds of TopGolf. If you’ve never been to a TopGolf, you definitely need to give this game a try. No matter how high your handicap is, TopGolf has a variety of games that are enjoyable for any skill level. We like going early - the rounds are cheaper before noon, the crowds are smaller, and their brunch is killer. The chicken and waffle sliders and a couple of classic mimosas are enough to power us through a round or two. While you are technically outside, TopGolf is completely covered and open for business rain or shine, making it the perfect option when your usual round of 18 gets rain-checked.

TopGolf Virginia Beach

If putting around is more your speed, look no further than the Oceanfront District, which has many miniature golf options that everyone in your group will enjoy. Whether you prefer to play golf among the waterfalls and palm trees of Shipwreck Golf, on a safari at Jungle Golf of Virginia Beach, or even test your luck in one of our blacklight indoor mini golf options, we have you covered.

When you’re in Virginia Beach, don’t miss out on some of the most scenic holes of golf on the East Coast. Knock the sand off your cleats and hit the links. The fairways of Virginia Beach await!