Sleepy Hole Golf Course

4700 Sleepy Hole Road
Suffolk, VA 23435

757-538-4100

This newly polished gem on the shore of the mile-wide Nansemond River has hosted eight LPGA Tour events and served as a venue for many prestigious amateur tournaments.

Picturesque Sleepy Hole Golf Course was designed by renowned architect Russell Breeden and built in 1972. In June of 2003, we gave our venerable course a well-earned rest and renovation under the direction of golf course architect Tom Clark, of Ault, Clark and associations, Ltd.

Now, we invite you to get to know Sleepy Hole all over again. It's better than ever. You'll love the experience of golfing on the Nansemond River, presenting water hazards on five holes. Enjoy the wide, playable tree-lined fairways, beautiful landscaping, immaculate greens, and well-placed bunkers. The legendary 18th hole, rated "most challenging in Hampton Roads," is tougher than ever, and ready to test you.

Designed for novice and pros. Sleepy Hole Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 72, 7,000-yard championship course, yet no one will find themselves uncomfortable on the new course. With five sets of tees to match every skill level, and a 300-yard golf range, everyone can play like a pro.

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