The Highland Course at Primland:

Shotmaking From Start to Finish.

Appalachia is home to some of the most remarkable scenery on the continent. Primland is located in Southern Virginia amid the wilderness of this vast geological treasure and is one of those resorts that is a must for any bucket list. A perfect blend of nature and luxury, Primland features a highly acclaimed golf experience for its guests. Played atop mountains and ridges, this layout features outstanding conditioning and a most memorable routing of unique and challenging holes. This Donald Steele design is filled with feature holes, but the highlight is the opening and finishing holes for both nines of this mountain golf masterpiece.

Course Stats:

Par 72, 5348 - 7053 yards, rated 70.8 - 74.6, slope rating 135 -145

public access and available to guests of Primland Resort


Meadows of Dan, Viginia


Editor's Shot Makers Picks:

Hole 1   Hole 9   Hole 10   Hole 18  
Par 5 HCP 6 Par 4 HCP 14 Par 4 HCP 1 Par 4 HCP 5
Green 432 Green 208 Green 346 Green 293
Blue 473 Blue 305 Blue 382 Blue 367
Red 509 Red 315 Red 427 Red 439
Black/Red 509 Black/Red 342 Black/Red 427 Black/Red 439
Black 536 Black 342 Black 463 Black 484


Feature Holes Descriptions:

The opening hole, a medium length Par 5, resembles a Muskoka feel with the downhill sloping fairway lined with exposed rock cuts to a green protected by a nasty pot bunker right and the splendor of the Dan River Valley as a backdrop. Number nine is a severe uphill drive playing at least 2 clubs longer than the card to a plateau blind green site that is all about club selection and execution. The back nine starts with a strong Par 4 in the shadow of the magnificent clubhouse and lodge, requiring you to avoid the bunkers right on your way to the heavily sloped green. The final hole is a beast, an uphill, dogleg right and with the approach playing downhill to a massive green. Only two well played shots will give you a chance to avoid a big number.


2000 Busted Rock Road,
Meadows of Dan, VA 24120