The Old White, the first 19-hole golf course at The Greenbrier, was designed by Charles Blair MacDonald and opened for play in 1914. A legend of golf history at The Greenbrier, the course was named for the well-known Old White Hotel, which stood on the grounds from 1858 through 1922.
The Meadows course began as a 9-hole course named Lakeside. Designed by Alexander H. Findlay, it opened for play in 1911. In 1923, Seth Raynor redesigned the course while he was on the property, updating The Old White TPC and building the original Greenbrier Course.
The newest golf offering at The Greenbrier, The Ashford Short Course is a 9-hole walking course. The course will be available only to members of The Greenbriar Sporting Club, Greenbrier Golf and Tennis Club members, and guests of The Greenbrier.
The only resort course in the world to have hosted both The Ryder Cup and The Solheim Cup, The Greenbrier Course was originally constructed in 1924 by Seth Raynor, but, Jack Nicklaus led a major redesign in 1977 to prepare the course for hosting the 1989 Ryder Cup. Now open as a 9-hole course, it is heavily wooded and demands forced carries onto the greens.
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