Belmont Golf Course
Belmont Golf Course, located in Henrico County, Virginia, features an 18-hole PGA Championship golf course. In 1949, the course was host to the PGA Championship won by Sam Snead. Belmont Golf Course, formerly the Hermitage Country Club, was designed in 1916 by Albert Warren Tillenghast, one of the best course architects of his time. The course was redesigned in 1927 by Donald Ross. Henrico County purchased the golf course, recreation center, and other buildings in 1976.Recent improvements to the site include construction of the clubhouse, cosmetic improvements to the interior and exterior of the recreation center, and a pedestrian tunnel under the widened Hilliard Road.
The facility includes a snack bar/lounge, meeting place and a full-service pro shop. The pro shop is open daily and offers the latest equipment and apparel at discount prices. Private golf lessons are available by appointment and gift certificates may be purchased for greens fees and cart rentals. Group and corporate outings are also available. Belmont Golf Course is open daily to the public and tee times are required.