The Virginia Country Club is a historical and wonderful member's course. A.W. Tillinghast and William P. Bell were primarily responsible for conceiving the current layout during the "Golden Age of Design" in America. By today's standard, it is not a long golf course. However, it is a great shotmaker's track with small greens and interesting terrain that creates nice variety throughout and gives the player the thrill of natural contours playing up, down and across the various elevation changes.