Overview:

The Plantation Course is an Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay design that challenges players of all skill levels. The 6,432-yard, par-72 course favors accurate iron play and good putting.Fairway landing areas are generous, but water comes into play on eight holes, and there’s no shortage of deep woods or yawning ravines. Greens are large and provide inviting targets for approach shots. Once on the putting surface, undulations and swales make getting down in two a satisfying accomplishment. With landmarks from Richard Kingsmill’s 1736 plantation woven into the landscape, a round on the Plantation Course is truly historic.                           

Tentative Itinerary: 

KINGSMILL RESORT –The only AAA Four Diamond Condominium Resort in historic Williamsburg, Kingsmill Resort offers luxurious riverside accommodations. Guest can relax in over 400 exquisite villa‐style guest rooms and suites overlooking the sparkling James River. Situated adjacent to Busch Gardens, 10 minutes from Colonial Williamsburg. From our (anything but) standard guestrooms to our 1,2, and 3-bedroom condos we have the perfect place to rest your head after a busy day. And whether you’re traveling for business, a weekend away with the family, or a romantic getaway for two, resort amenities like fantastic golf, a relaxing spa, and sumptuous dining options will enhance your visit. Because when you stay at Kingsmill, it’s more than just a hotel room—it’s an experience.


#1 Top resorts Hotel in Williamsburg
#4 Spa Hotel in Williamsburg
#6 Family Hotel in Williamsburg
#11 Business Hotel in Williamsburg
#16 Romantic Hotel in Williamsburg

When planning your escape to Kingsmill Resort, experience the history, beauty and excitement the Williamsburg area has to offer. Step back in time and relive the days of Colonial Virginia, feel the rush of adrenaline on thrilling roller coasters and explore a variety of shops and boutiques. Enjoy diverse entertainment from exciting amusement parks to living American history that lays out before your very eyes. Guests visiting Kingsmill can enjoy complimentary shuttle service to Busch Gardens, Water Country USA and Colonial Williamsburg.  

For three decades, The River Course has hosted the world’s best players on both PGA and LPGA tours. It has also hosted thousands of lesser-known golfing superstars, like you. Bordered by the calm azure waters of the James River, this famed championship course has tested the mettle of the game’s most famous names. On a still morning, dew still beading on the precisely manicured greens, you can almost hear the echoes of applause for crisply struck irons and delicately holed putts. The River Course inspired you to test your own mettle. To see how you stack up against the greats of today, and of years gone by. Recently, the course has been reborn, thanks to the efforts of original architect Pete Dye. The renowned course designer tinkered just enough with his layout, bringing out the subtle details that make for a truly unforgettable round of golf and earning a Golfweek Magazine Top Ten Virginia Course distinction.

A) $975.00 Per Golfer, Double Occupancy, Playing Three Rounds(M, T & W)
B) $1,250.00 Per Golfer, Single Occupancy, Playing Three Rounds(M, T & W)
C) $725.00 Per Non-Golfer, Double Occupancy
D) $897.00 Per Golfer, Double Occupancy, Playing Two Rounds(M, T or W)
E) $1,170.00 Per Golfer, Single Occupancy, Playing Two Rounds(M, T or W)
F) $189 For Extra Night Pre(6/8/19) or Post(6/13/19) includes room & tax

Sunday, June 9, 2019:
Guests may check in to the Kingsmill Resort at 4pm and get settled into their accommodations.
6:00PM: One-hour Welcome Reception followed by Welcome Dinner.

Monday, June 10, 2019:
7AM: Breakfast service begins in the hotel’s Main Dining Room restaurant. 
9AM: Tee times begin on The Plantation Course. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your tee time.
Guests are free to make their own dinner plans.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019
:
7AM: Breakfast service begins in the hotel’s Main Dining Room restaurant. 
9AM Tee times begin at The River Course.  Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your tee time.
6:00PM: One hour Awards Reception immediately followed by the Awards Dinner.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019:
7AM: Breakfast service begins in the hotel’s Main Dining Room restaurant.
9AM: Shotgun start begins on The Plantation Course. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your tee time.
11AM: Is the time the hotel asks guests to check-out by. Have a safe trip home.

The River Course:


  • Elements 1010 – Our cuisine is a celebration of seasonal ingredients blended expertly together to form a culinary delight. With a wide-ranging and seasonally changing menu, there’s always something new to discover at Elements 1010. It’s comfort food in an elegant setting, with panoramic views of the James River providing the perfect backdrop to your dining experience. Breakfast: Daily 7AM-10AM (until noon on Sunday) Dinner: Wednesday-Sunday 5-9PM and Monday-Tuesday Closed. Recommended dress for breakfast is casual attire.  Men's hats, baseball caps and covered pool attire (in season) is permitted on outdoor decks. Footwear is required. Recommended dress for dinner is casual attire to include dress slacks and collared shirts for men, and corresponding attire for women. Tasteful denim is allowed.  Footwear is required. Reservations recommended: 757-253-3900


  •  Eagles – Eagles is the perfect place to segue between a day on the course, and another glorious James River evening. Don’t golf? That’s just fine, as Eagles is a favorite spot for leisurely lunches, relaxing get-togethers and drinks and dinner with friends. Eagles features locally-sourced products and offers a selection of fresh and creative culinary choices. Dining Room: Lunch: 11AM-2PM daily, Dinner: 5-9PM daily and Patio ** weather permitting 11AM-9PM. Recommended dress in the dining room is casual attire to include dress slacks and collared shirts for men, and corresponding attire for women. Tasteful denim is allowed. Recommended dress in the lounge is casual attire.  Men's hats and baseball caps are not permitted except in our lounge and on our outdoor deck. Footwear is required.


  •  The Mill – The Mill is a full service bakery and coffee shop located next to the Tennis complex. You'll find coffee, delectable pastries, hearty sandwiches made on homemade bread, and for the kids or the kids at heart, there's ice cream, made fresh daily in our pastry shop. The Mill also carries a variety of candy, snacks and beverages if you decide to pack your lunch for a day on the town. Join us for your morning coffee fix, lunch or just come and enjoy some ice cream on the patio after golf! Open daily 7AM-6PM.


  • James Landing Grille – A scenic spot where family and friends gather to enjoy fresh, locally-sourced cuisine, while enjoying the beautiful sunsets over the James River. Open seasonally, the James Landing Grille presents a selection of regional and sustainable seafood, such as local oysters on the half shell and grilled local fish. The James Landing Grille also features seasonally available, fresh-farmed vegetables, and is the only riverfront dining experience in Williamsburg. Recommended dress for inside the restaurant is casual attire including collared shirts for men, and corresponding attire for women. Tasteful denim is allowed. Mens hats and baseball caps are not permitted except on our outdoor deck.  Footwear is required. The James Landing Grille is open early April through late October.








Non-Golfing Activities to Consider: 

Event Package Inclusions:

  • The Kingsmill Spa– Your worries start slipping away in the warm and tranquil reception area. Tension begins to melt as you’re guided down the hushed corridors. You take a cleansing breath as you ease into your plush robe and slippers. The transformation continues with your pampering spa treatment or salon service. And the luscious experience is extended in the cozy quiet room or on the comfortable deck—perhaps with a glass of wine and light spa fare—as you gaze over the majestic James. Every moment you unwind in our peaceful sanctuary, your health and wellness goals are our top priority. For additional inquiries call: 757.253.8230 (Direct) 800.965.4772 (Toll-free) Hair Salon: 757.564.5353


  • Williamsburg Historical Attractions–History comes to life in Colonial Williamsburg through thousands of archaeologists, researchers, historians, historical interpreters—and even you. Become part of “The Revolutionary City” adventure and witness the collapse of the royal government and join the debate over the Declaration of Independence. As part of your CW ticket, be sure to experience RevQuest, and see the Revolutionary City through the eyes of an undercover agent!


  • Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center –Relive the experience of America's first permanent English colony. Near the site of the original colony, Jamestown Settlement tells the story of 17th-century Virginia; from the arrival of English colonists in Jamestown in 1607 to the cultural encounters and events that planted the seeds of a new nation. The world of Jamestown, America’s first permanent English colony, comes to life through film, gallery exhibits and outdoor living history. Open year-round 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (until 6 p.m. June 15 to August 15), except Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.


  • The Mariners' Museum and Park – Beat the heat or have a rainy day adventure at one of the largest maritime museums in the world! Located just 20 minutes from Williamsburg in Newport News, The Mariners’ Museum is filled with fascinating stories, captured in the priceless artifacts that celebrate the spirit of the open sea. The Museum includes the USS Monitor Center, home to the Civil War Ironclad’s iconic gun turret, and is located within a 550-acre park with a 5-mile hiking trail. See for yourself why the Museum is rated #1 in Newport News attractions, and designated by Congress as America’s National Maritime Museum.


  • High Street – is a beautiful mixed-use urban village, located in the middle of the city of Williamsburg. The Shops at High Street are distinguished by their refined Georgian architecture. With over 200,000 sq. ft. of retail space, a wide variety of eateries and restaurants complement an assortment of upscale merchants. All of this anchored by Movie Tavern, an 8-screen, 1,000 seat cinema café showing first run movies.


  • Busch Gardens – Fun is always in season at Busch Gardens ® Williamsburg in Virginia. From thrilling coasters and kid-friendly attractions to world-class dining and shows, there’s something for the whole family. Invade uncharted territory on InvadR ™, a wooden roller coaster that features a 74-foot drop and nine airtime hills. Or, stay up-to-date with monthly blog posts about the progress of our newest attraction coming soon. Battle For Eire™ is an action-packed virtual-reality ride that will be the first of its kind in North America. A whole other world awaits you this year.


  • Water Country USA – Cool off this summer at Water Country USA ®, Virginia’s largest water park. Enjoy water slides and raft rides, or lounge in one of our pools or lazy rivers. We offer swimming lessons for all ages and levels, including parent and child aquatics. We also have lifeguarding certification and recertification classes. Water Country USA is the perfect place to make memories in the sun.


 


The Plantation Course:

Accommodations:  

Dining:

Package Prices:

About the Courses:

  • 3 Night’s Accommodations
  • 3 Days of Breakfast and 2 Group Dinners preceded by Cash Bar Cocktail Receptions
  • Play in two or three 18 hole one day tournaments w/ carts
  • Tournament Entry Fee and opportunity to win Prizes
  • Daily Resort Fee which includes:  • Free Wi-Fi • Free parking • Access to the Fitness Center • 15 Tennis Courts •
  • Access to 3 Swimming Pools • Free Shuttle to attractions 2-4 miles from the resort
  • Taxes & Gratuities on planned meals

Address:  71 Burbank Drive  ​Palm Coast, Florida 32137

Email: info@carolinaseniorsgolf.org
​Phone Number: 904-823-3083


Kingsmill Resort, Spa and Championship Golf

Williamsburg, Virginia

June 9 -12, 2019

Two Championship Courses, One Extraordinary Resort

With two renowned 18-hole golf courses, a celebrated golf academy, and year-round golf schools, Kingsmill Resort offers the exciting variety and challenge you want to take your game to the next level. And with four eclectic dining venues, an relaxing spa, fitness center, first-class amenities and activities, and a range of AAA Four Diamond Condominium Resort accommodations that far exceed a typical hotel, we'll elevate your entire vacation experience, too.

Located on the James River in historic Williamsburg, Virginia is the AAA Four Diamond, Kingsmill Resort.  The resort offers a number of unique accommodation options, however our participants will be staying in luxurious King Guestroom Accommodations.  The property has (5) on site restaurants, an indoor/outdoor pool, tennis courts, fitness center, spa, and marina.  All of the accommodations include complimentary WiFi, coffee maker, iron & ironing board, mini-refrigerator and in room safe. 


Architect Pete Dye designed The River Course which has hosted professional golf tournaments for 30 years.  The former site of the PGA tour’s Michelob Championship until 2002, has given way to the LPGA.  The LPGA Kingsmill Championship has been held annually on the River Course since 2003.  Recent course improvements by original designer Dye have assured golfers of all abilities that The River Course is here to stay.  Past champions include, Lexi Thompson, Annika Sorenstam, Se Ri Pak, Jack Nicklaus, Fuzzy Zoeller, Lanny Wadkins and David Duval.  Dramatic holes and scenic views along the banks of the James River abound. 


Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay designed The Plantation Course that places an emphasis on good iron play and steady putting.  The fairways are considered generous but golfers will find water in play on (8) holes on their way to the large, undulating greens.  The course is always in great shape and lots of fun!

Guests of the resort can enjoy a complimentary shuttle to Colonial Williamsburg. The 300 acre Historic Area includes buildings from the 17th & 18th century as well as more recent reconstructions that depict life from the earliest of colonial times before the formation of the U.S.  Costumed employees work and dress as people of the era did to allow the visitor a glimpse of the past.