• Keswick Golf Club Hole 18-Forward Tee
  • Keswick Golf Club-Cart
  • Keswick Golf Club Range-From Terrace
  • Keswick Golf Club Hole 7-Behind
  • Keswick Golf Club Range-Tees
  • Keswick Golf Club Hole 1-Stream
  • Keswick Golf Club Hole 8-Approach
  • Keswick Golf Club Hole 18-Approach


Full Cry is NOW OPEN at Keswick Hall and Golf Club

Pete Dye's new Full Cry at Keswick Hall and Golf Club is an intriguing seamless synthesis of modern golf course architecture and the bucolic hunt country of Virginia. The brand new 18 traverses the scenic rolling terrain tumbling below Keswick Hall's perch on the property's high ground. Playing between 5,000 and 7,000 yards from the multiple tees, the course is thoroughly enjoyable for any and all golfing abilities.

Dye has done a masterful job of combining old world architectural charm and modern technology. With the exception of one hole, the greens have open fronts and are approachable either through the air or on the ground. Low old-school run-up shots are always an option for a safer path onto the putting surface. The riskier aerial route brings Dye's ubiquitous penal bunkers and hazards into play.

Keswick Golf Club Hole 1-Stream
Guests of Keswick Hall may play the new Pete Dye FULL CRY golf course. Appropriate golf attire is required for the course and practice range. For men: shirts with collars and sleeves; slacks or Bermuda shorts are considered appropriate. Tank tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, cut-offs, sweat ... Read More
Keswick Golf Club-Threesome
Keswick Golf Club offers a distinct lifestyle, a Club to call your own featuring quality golf, leisure facilities and exceptional services. Keswick Golf members enjoy: Unlimited rounds of golf Ability to walk or take a golf cart Men's and women's complimentary golf clinic Unlimited access to the ... Read More
Full Cry Hole 18-Reflection
When stepping on the first tee the layout's natural beauty and clarity of the challenge that lies ahead are crystal clear. A meandering creek along the right side of the fairway of the par 4 first must be avoided for a good start to the round. The generous opening at the front of the green provides a ... Read More