Cedar Point Club is a 27-hole premier private club located at the confluence of the Nansemond and James Rivers in Suffolk, Va. Established in 1964, the 7,100-yard, 18-hole golf course was renovated in 2004 by Virginia-based renowned course architect Tom Clark and features TifSport Bermuda tees and fairways, drought- and heat-resistant A1/A4 bent grass greens, and newly constructed bunkers, creating superb course conditions year-round. Host of four Virginia State Golf Association (VSGA) Men’s State Amateur Championships (1975, 1982, 2009, 2022) and the future home of the 2023 VSGA Women’s Amateur, Cedar Point also offers members and their guests a fun and unique nine-hole, par-3 course that presents some of the most spectacular vistas in the enitre Tidewater area.
Cedar Point also includes an 18-station driving range, putting and chipping greens, four outdoor lighted Har-Tru clay tennis courts, two indoor Deco-Turf courts, a brand-new family aquatics center equipped with a poolside restaurant, as well as casual and private dining inside the clubhouse that can accommodate private celebrations and events of up to 200 people.
Year Built: 1964
Architect: Arthur Jack Snyder (1964) & Tom Clark (2004)
Course Length: 7,160 yards