Cameron Hills Driving Range

Cameron Hills Driving Range

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Cameron Hills Driving Range Stadium, Arena & Sports Venue in King George, Virginia 5 5 out of 5 stars. CommunitySee All 1, people like this 1, people follow this 16 check-ins 5/5(4).

Course has an interesting layout that could make for a decent playing venue. However, the greens are over 50% painted dirt with patches of grass here and there; the tee boxes are very uneven with patches of sparse grass or bare ground and so hard you can snap a tee trying to get it into the ground; fairways have a very low/short grass, hard was pavement, bare spots, /5(81).

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Cameron Hills is a good place to re-establish my game. I agree with "It Needs Some TLC", but fits me fine. I got a yearly which means I can play anytime, and have used the driving range a lot even though it is uneven and doesn’t let you see where your ball stops.3/5(11).

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At Cameron Hills Golf golfers tee off from the Black, Blue, White, Gold, Red Or Red tees at a maximum distance of 6, yards from the Black tees. From From08 Sep To To10 Sep Time5am – 9pm Price$0 – $ Golfers Any Holes Any tee times Fore! We are currently not offering tee times for this course.

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The Cameron Hills Golf Club has 18 holes, a driving range, a practice green and a clubhouse. BORROWED PHOTOAuthor: Cathy Dyson.

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Cathy Dyson Five months after Cameron Hills Golf Club closed in King George County, local builders Dave and Kim Weston want to reopen the course and restore the acre property to its former glory—and are seeking help from the county in the process. Christine Singhass, managing broker handling the sale, told the supervisors the Westons face a lot of expenses in getting the course up to par.

The greens and fairways need work, and the Westons want to renovate the clubhouse, add a restaurant, pave cart paths and develop non-golfing uses for the property, such as inflatable TV screens so families could watch movies on the course after hours. Some might say their list of requests is ambitious, too. Supervisor Chairwoman Ruby Brabo said the board would be interested in having a conversation with the Westons about the golf course. She asked for a formal list of requests.

We all felt the pain of losing our golf course. The county established a tourism advisory committee last year and a formal process for requesting funds. She also said that whatever incentives the county gives one business, it will have to be prepared to give others. But supervisors and county officials, in general, seemed pleased at the thought the course would reopen.

Until its closing, Cameron Hills hosted up to two dozen tournaments a year for charitable groups. The King George supervisors probably will discuss the requests from Cameron Hills during a closed session on Feb.

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