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Williamsburg has been known for its Historic Area for many years. The Historic Area of Colonial Williamsburg was founded by the Rockefellers in 1926. Williamsburg is the re-creation of an entire 18th century city with 88 preserved and restored structures and more than 500 buildings spread over 173 acres.
This area has now become one of the hottest new golf resort areas on the East Coast; due primarily to the natural beauty of the Williamsburg area and the numerous historic attractions that are also here.
The growth and interest in Williamsburg golf in both the number of holes to play and the quality of play have increased greatly in the past few years. Over the last 5 years Williamsburg has become a major destination for golfers as well as tourists. Five new championship daily-fee courses have been added in the area in the past two years alone. In the near future there could be as many as 17 to 21 courses for residents and visitors in Williamsburg to choose from.
The biggest golf-audience draw occurs in midsummer, traditionally heralding the heart of the summer season. Played at the Kingsmill Golf Club and known as the PGA Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic for years, the event's name has now changed to the Michelob Championship.
There's plenty to do here when your off the links, with Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, and the Old Dominion Opry, outlet stores galore and an abundance of great restaurants.
Williamsburg certainly rates amongst the most unusual golf venues in the world. Where else can you have the opportunity to tee-it-up in the morning and tour the finest example of historic America in the afternoon?