Bel Meadow Country Club Memberships

18-hole (Semi-Private)


Bel Meadow Drive
Mt. Clare, WV 26408
Northern West Virginia
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Phone: (304)623-3701

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Normal Season: May-November


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Bel Meadow Country Club is known by many as one of the most challenging Public Golf Courses in West Virginia. The 18 hole Championship Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., first opened for play in 1965. Bel Meadow hosted the West Virginia Open in 1967 and 1971. Both tournaments were won by Sam Snead, who said of the course: "It's a little tough for the average player, and if I was a local player I would play the front twice. To heck with losing all those balls on the back nine." The course features 51 sand traps and large, undulating, and elevated bent grass greens. Water comes into play on 12 of the 18 holes. One of the highlights at Bel Meadows, is the spacious banquet and catering facility with seating for up to 300, plus a 3,000 square foot deck, overlooking the golf course.


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