It’s true. Every shot you’ll face on the course has been recreated here. The Virginian’s practice area features a double-ended range with greens accessible from both ends, giving golfers flagged targets every fifty yards. A practice bunker area for short-to-mid-length bunker shots along with a separate uniform zoysia grass chipping and pitching area, both with flagged target holes in regulation bent grass greens
Saved the best for last. The highlight of the practice area is three full practice holes: one par three and two par fours. Not only does this give the player a chance to warm up before a match or a tournament, it gives beginning players, children, and older members a place to play without the inhibitions they’ll feel on the big course.
Practice hole #1 is a short par 4 with two fairway bunkers right and a bunker left short of the green guarding the front. The green is deceptively sloped, so take care with your putter.
Practice hole #2 is a short par three with a deep green from front to back. Playing slightly up hill, make sure you know where the location of the hole is before selecting your club.
Practice Hole #3 is a beautiful par 4 lined with trees, bunkers and rough. The green is small and guarded by a deep depression on the left. A good tee shot with a nice approach should set up a reasonable chance for birdie.