Golf members enjoy unlimited play on Pete Dye’s celebrated Full Cry, exclusive amenities

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Keswick Hall, the acclaimed 600-acre luxury resort set in Virginia’s scenic Wine Country, is offering an exceptional private club experience via its exclusive “Keswick Club” including unlimited privileges for golf members to play Full Cry, the property’s celebrated Pete Dye-designed layout.

Since opening in 2014 to rave reviews including Golf Digest’s “Best New Courses” list, Full Cry has received accolade after accolade including being currently ranked No. 3 in Golfweek’s “Best You Can Play in Virginia” as well as sitting at No. 50 in Golfweek’s “Top 200 Resort Courses in the U.S.” Keswick Hall has also been honored with the prestigious Golf Digest Editors’ Choice Award for “Best Golf Resorts in the Americas” for seven consecutive years.

Offering a private club experience highlighted by a convivial, family-friendly atmosphere set in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Keswick Club members enjoy numerous choice amenities in addition to the world-class golf.

The property’s new tennis facility provides members with access to seven tennis courts, including two featuring all-weather “Claytech European Red Clay” – a hybrid surface combining a durable hardcourt with the unique beauty and playability of clay courts.

Keswick Club’s new fitness center showcases state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, Peloton bikes, free weights, a personal training room with kinesis machines and weekly fitness classes. For members looking to relax and rejuvenate, the heated, adults-only Horizon Pool is open year-round and offers an expansive infinity edge with sweeping views of the surrounding area and a dramatic cascading waterfall.  

Members will also savor the use of Keswick Hall’s new Pavilion with its additional pool, Pool Bar & Grill, two pickleball courts, tennis shop and club event space for special occasions. The resort’s Club Grill is open for dining each day starting at 11 a.m. Members can relax in the comfortable dining room or take a table on the spacious outdoor terrace. 

Under the direction of owners Molly and Robert Hardie, Keswick Hall recently completed an impressive resort renovation. Highlights include an increase in the number of guest rooms from 48 to 80 as well as inspiring food and beverage outlets under the direction of acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten who oversees the property’s culinary operations. 

The resort is currently opening its new, luxurious Keswick Hall Spa offering a selection of holistic spa experiences thoughtfully curated to support mental, physical and emotional well-being.

“We take great pride in offering one of the premier private club experiences in not only Virgina, but the U.S. as well,” says Robert Hardie. “Anchored by our classic Pete Dye golf course, the Keswick Club offers an incredibly wide array of family activities and sterling amenities all ideal to play, relax and unwind on our beautiful, serene grounds.” 

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