Another honor for Keswick’s “Full Cry” golf course

By Jerry Ratcliffe

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Photo: Golf Advisor

The recognition keeps rolling in for Keswick Hall’s “Full Cry” golf course located in the middle of Virginia’s wine country.

Full Cry, a Pete Dye design, has been ranked No. 4 in Golfweek’s 2020 “Best Courses You Can Play” in the state of Virginia. Last year, Full Cry debuted on Golfweek’s “Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S.,” coming in at the No. 66 spot. The course was recognized earlier this year on Golf Digest’s prestigious Editors’ Choice Awards for “Best Golf Resorts in the Americas” for the fifth straight year.

The award winning layout, one of Dye’s last projects of his brilliant career, adorns the 600-acre luxury resort, a five-star destination that is in the final stages of a comprehensive hotel and amenities renovation by global design firm Hart Howerton.

Owned by Molly and Robert Hardie, the complex is scheduled to open in the spring of 2021. The expansion increases the number of guest rooms from 48 to 80 and includes a new horizon pool.

“We are truly honored that Full Cry, our splendid Pete Dye layout, continues to be so highly ranked annually by the major golf publications,” said John Trevenen, managing director of the resort. “Our exciting renovation will place us even higher among the premiere luxury resorts lin the Mid-Atlantic as well as the U.S.”

 

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