2016 Schedule of Events
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Golf Outing for your organization!
Greene Hills Pro Shop Hours
WEEKDAYS: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
WEEKENDS: 8:30 AM - 5:00PM
Welcome to the Greene Hills Club (GHC)! Located in scenic central Virginia, this private Greene County golf club offers a relaxing getaway for both the recreational and the wannabe pro-golfer as well as an exciting outing for the entire family.
With eighteen challenging holes on a beautiful, 200+ acre course, you could spend the entire day challenging your friends or beating your personal best. Plus, with a driving range, multiple practice areas and a fully-stocked golf shop, you'll never have to play unprepared.
Are you or a family member not as interested in golfing? Then enjoy our 25-meter swimming pool, which is equipped with a diving board and water slide, and is home to the Greene Hills Gators swim team. For those interested in the fine sport of tennis, we also offer two tennis courts and a summertime tennis class for kids and young teens.
And of course, end your day with a trip to our nineteenth hole: The Hills Grille, where the food is fresh and the drinks are cold. Try one of our made-to-order sandwiches from cheeseburgers to clubs or enjoy a nice tossed salad, or just enjoy a tasty appetizer.
Like any established golf club, Greene Hills prides itself in holding a number of tournaments and events throughout the year for all its members to have a chance to prove themselves in a test of competition for a chance to earn fame and prizes, or just a chance to mingle with other members. We also boast about housing one of the largest and most active Ladies Golf Associations in Virginia. The LGA participates in a number of central Virginia leagues. And for Seniors, we offer a chance to play and travel with our senior traveling team.
With a dedicated roster of members since 1968, we at GHC continue to offer a challenging golf course, a selection of alternate activities, and delicious menu options for members and guests. If you've never heard of us, then come on down to hear us say, "Welcome to the Hills!"