Hell's Point Golf Club
When Hell's Point Golf Club opened in 1982, Golf Digest called it one of the best new courses and it was ranked as one of the 100 best-designed courses in the country. Renowned architect Rees Jones designed the course. He incorporated the many natural features provided by the golf course's location in the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The fairways are edged with saltwater marshes and Jones included his signature sculpted bunkers along the greensides. Just a stone's throw from the ocean, the golf course is as scenic as it is challenging. The second hole is one of southeastern Virginia's toughest golf holes with out-of-bounds to the left, trees to the right, and a sloped fairway that leads to a well guarded, double-tiered green. This par 4 is the no. 1 handicap hole at When Hell's Point Golf Club.
|Pink (W)||72||5003 yards||71.2||116|
|Black M: 72.6/133||511||462||422||191||384||379||409||155||493||3406||427||171||412||329||475||183||582||341||440||3360||6766|
|Players M: 71.6/130 W: 77.7/139||511||418||384||191||333||379||409||125||493||3243||427||171||373||329||475||148||530||341||389||3183||6426|
|White M: 70.7/128 W: 77.0/138||465||418||384||160||333||342||348||125||446||3021||383||129||373||320||425||148||530||312||389||3009||6030|
|Gold M: 69.0/124 W: 74.9/133||445||407||369||117||315||322||323||114||430||2842||363||112||344||303||396||117||508||275||364||2782||5624|
|Pink W: 72.1/127||405||375||338||100||273||286||279||106||398||2560||326||102||299||270||352||101||466||211||316||2443||5003|
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H point GV Photo submitted by u314159794125 on 09/28/2021
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Early play is great! Photo submitted by jdalbright on 09/27/2016
Photo submitted by jdalbright on 09/27/2016
The greens were in great shape. Photo submitted by wadedaffinee on 07/23/2014
Very disappointed. Always love this course greens were dead in several areas
fairway the same and the cart pass are just getting horrendous still love the course always have will be back but it needs some love
Excellent staff, poor course condition!
Very friendly and helpful staff!
The course was in a overall very bad condition. Overgrown tees and greens in a very bad condition. Absolute the worst I have experienced in Virginia Beach area. Course layout is good.
Played while on vacation .course was in very good shape for late summer. Staff was friendly and helpful,play was a little slow we were behind a foursome new to the game , but we all had to start somewhere overall great day
Tees and greens were in poor condition. Fairways somewhat acceptable. Significant deterioration since the last time I played this course.
Those pesky tee boxes
Some tees are decent but others need regraded. On the bad Tees we simply found a decent area to tee from and letter rip.. loved the fairways and greens. Marshall was out twice checking pace.. saw cartgirl 4 or 5 times.
Dry and hard
This is my home course. I play quite often. Greens are in great shape. Bunkers could use a good raking or fresh sand. Fairways are hard as concrete. Tee boxes are in terrible shape.
Ground bees in the sand and hills
Almost every big mound near sand traps had swarming ground bees. Had 2 4 man groups in front of us that wouldn't let us play through. Finished 18 holes in over 5 hours.
Overall I think it was a good course. Biggest thing they really need to work on are the tee boxes. Lumpy uneven and footing not great. Fairways and greens were good
Enjoyed playing this course.
Course was fun and staff were great. Will be playing again while on vacation.
Helluva Day at Hells Point
This is not one of my favorite courses in the Virginia Beach area. We've been returning to the area for three decades and have played Hells Point several times. Its big advantage is its proximity to Sandbridge, where we stay. Its disadvantages are its poorly maintained tee boxes and several greens. They cater to regular golfers over annual vacationers, which I can accept. But some flexibility and accommodation would go a long way in attracting repeat golfers. Green fees seemed a bit steep for the area and the course conditions, much better value elsewhere.