The Highland Course at Primland showcases Primland's breathtaking mountainous views at every turn. The 18-hole masterpiece was carved from the natural landscape of the mountains by renowned golf course architect, Donald Steel. Recently ranked No. 28 in Golf Digest and No. 2 in Virginia in Golfweek, the Highland Course attracts players of all skill levels who return time and time again to take in the compelling design and natural beauty of the course.
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"Immaculately kept, the course's layout feels entirely devoted to feeding off of the venue's natural beauty. The fairways run high above the promontory-studded Meadows of Dan in the valley below, inviting the player to stop and admire the view before attempting that next shot."
John Scott Lewinski, Modern Luxury
"When I first saw Primland, it reminded me of the highlands of Scotland. I knew this was the perfect spot for a truly exceptional course."
Donald Steel, Course Architect
How to Plan Your Next Primland Golf TripReady to tee off in the Blue Ridge Mountains? Listen to this episode of The Golf Trip Authority podcast featuring Brian Alley, Primland’s Director of Golf & Recreation, to get the inside scoop on planning your ideal Primland golf trip today.
DIRECTOR OF GOLF & RECREATION
Brian Alley has been a key member of the Primland golf staff since The Highland Course opened in 2006. Brian previously worked as a golf professional at the prestigious Everglades Club in Palm Beach, Florida and Yeamans Hall Club in Charleston, South Carolina, before coming to Primland. Brian graduated with honors from Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, attaining his B.S. degree in Business Administration with a Concentration in Professional Golf Management. Brian was elected to PGA Membership in 2007.
Born and raised in North Carolina, Brian has been a golfer since the age of 14. He enjoys sharing his passion for the sport with Primland guests who are looking to improve their game.