Golf at Ford's Colony Country Club
Ford’s Colony features three distinct championship golf courses designed by Dan Maples, each with its own challenges and highlights. This semi-private golf club features some of the best resort golf in Virginia, and the unique courses are sure to keep you coming back.
WIth its undulating fairways and plentiful water features, the Blackheath Course is the most picturesque at Ford's Colony. Every green is protected by bunkers on the course, and water comes into play on 13 of its holes. The Blackheath Course, which opened in its current form in 1999, is the only course at Ford’s Colony that plays to a par 71.
Blue Heron Course
The Blue Heron Course opened with its current configuration in 1999 and is the longest of the three courses. It is a continuous 18 with long, challenging par 3s and par 5s and generous fairways carved out of dense wetlands, where different species of birds, fish and other wildlife can often be spotted. The course has new Champion Bermuda greens which provide the smoothest surfaces throughout the year.
Marsh Hawk Course
The narrow fairways, well-placed bunkers, natural lakes, and elevation changes are the defenses of this traditional, tree-lined course, which opened in 1985. Marsh Hawk was the host of the 1998 and 1999 Virginia State Opens, a Monday Qualifier for the 2005 - 2007 Henrico County Open and a Monday Qualifier for the PGA Tour’s Michelob Championship for 12 straight years.
Golf Club Repair
We offer professional club repair. Select from a wide variety of services available. Whether you need re-grips, new shafts or special modifications, our experienced repair specialists can make precision adjustments to your clubs to better meet your individual needs. Most repairs can be completed in 1 to 5 days.
|Grip Installation||Change Swingweight|
|Cut Down Shaft||Shaft Install|
|Lengthen Shaft||Reset Club Head|
|Replace Ferrule||Save Grip|
|Remove Shaft||Loft & Lie Adjustment|
|Putter Lie Adjustment|
Custom Club Fitting
Each person has a unique swing that is all their own, while golf clubs if you buy them off the rack, are made one way. Why would you expect to play your best with something that is not made to fit your swing? Schedule a fitting with us and make sure you have not handicapped yourself before you begin.
Let us take you through the most important process in buying new equipment so that you can enjoy your clubs for years to come.