The Best of the Best 2003: Golf Communities - Greenbrier Sporting Club

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  • James Y. Bartlett

Homeowners at Greenbrier Sporting Club, a new gated community in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., have full run of the endless sports facilities at the venerable Greenbrier resort—golf, tennis, skeet, fishing, horseback riding, and more—as well as access to the resort’s dining and spa facilities.

For golfers, this means the opportunity to play on Greenbrier’s three top-rated courses, one of which has hosted both the Ryder Cup and the Solheim Cup. In a nearby mountain valley, the Sporting Club is also building a new Tom Fazio design, which will be a private facility reserved for homeowners.

Greenbrier Sporting Club, 304.536.7763, 888.741.8989,
www.thegreenbriersportingclub.com

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