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Golf Course Prints

The Greenbrier, West Virginia - Printed Golf Courses

Regular price $25.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $25.00 USD
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The Greenbrier is located in West Virginia.

This unique, watercolor-style golf course maps are collectable pieces of art, perfect for any golfer or golf fan. It's a keepsake and personal memento that you can proudly display on the wall of your home or official

Your print will be high quality, DPI 350.

Frame is not included in Prints.

NOTE: If you want your favorite course message me and we can create a custom order. 2-4 week delay.

The Greenbrier Golf Course, located in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, is a world-renowned golf destination featuring several courses, including the historic Old White TPC course. The Old White TPC course, designed by Charles Blair Macdonald and Seth Raynor, opened in 1914 and has been host to several PGA Tour events, including The Greenbrier Classic from 2010-2018. The course is known for its challenging layout, featuring fast greens and strategic bunker placement.

In addition to the Old White TPC course, The Greenbrier also features the Meadows Course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, and the Snead Course, designed by Tom Fazio. The resort also offers a variety of other amenities, including tennis courts, a spa, and multiple dining options.

One of the most iconic features of The Greenbrier is the underground bunker, built during the Cold War as a potential emergency shelter for Congress. The bunker is now open to the public for tours and offers a unique glimpse into American history.

The Greenbrier has a long history of hosting important figures in politics and entertainment. Presidents Eisenhower, Nixon, and Kennedy have all stayed at the resort, and it has also been a frequent retreat for celebrities such as Bing Crosby and Bob Hope.

The Greenbrier Golf Course is a true golfing gem. The Old White TPC course is a must-play for any golfer visiting the area, and the resort's other amenities and historical significance make it a top destination for both golfers and non-golfers alike. The resort's staff is dedicated to providing a luxurious and memorable experience for all guests. It's a perfect blend of golfing and luxury living, surrounded by the beautiful West Virginia mountains.