Full Cry

Keswick Hall's Full Cry golf course is ranked No. 66 in Golfweek magazine’s just-released “Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S.”

Keswick Golf Club’s Full Cry course is on this year’s “Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S.” list published by Golfweek magazine.

The course, which was designed by legendary designer Pete Dye, came in at No. 66 on the list. The accolade is the latest in a growing list for the course that is just outside of Charlottesville.

Full Cry currently is ranked No. 39 in Golfweek’s “Best Resort Courses” list for 2019 after debuting at No. 47 in 2016. The course also is ranked No. 3 in Golfweek’s 2019 list of “Best Courses You Can Play” in Virginia and was named one of Golf Digest’s “Best New Courses” in the U.S.

“We are truly honored that Full Cry has become one of the game’s most celebrated golf courses in just a few years,” Keswick Hall & Golf Club Managing Director John Trevenen said.

The course will be on full display later this month, when Keswick Golf Club hosts the VSGA State Amateur.

Keswick Hall, the 600-acre luxury resort that is home to the Full Cry course, is currently undergoing a major hotel and amenities renovation headed by owners Molly and Robert Hardie in conjunction with global design firm Hart Howerton.

Project highlights include an increase in the number of guest rooms from 48 to 80, a dramatic new horizon pool and new food and beverage outlets under the direction of acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who will oversee the property’s culinary operations when it reopens in 2020.

Full Cry and Keswick Hall’s golf facilities have remained open during the renovation.

“Our current transformation will take us to the forefront of premier luxury resorts in the U.S and we look forward to our guests enjoying the results of the extraordinary renovation for years to come,” Trevenen said.

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