Keswick Club is a private club/resort in Keswick, VA which is approximately 10 miles east of Charlottesville. The Club is part of the Keswick Hall and Club property which features a world-class 80 room hotel, free standing Jean-Georges restaurant, Marigold, and a Pete Dye signature course (re-built in 2012) that is currently ranked 4th in Virginia according to Golfweek Magazine. The 18-hole golf course features a 25 stall practice facility, a teaching tee, two practice greens, and one small short game area. The golf course is highlighted with 007 bent grass greens, Latitude 36 Bermuda grass fairways, tees and approaches, Rainbird irrigation system, and 83 bunkers. The Maintenance staff is comprised of 8 full-time, including two assistant superintendents, and 10 seasonal staff members. The fleet is comprised mostly of Toro equipment. Keswick Club is a perennial host to some of the state's biggest golf tournaments which has recently included the 2018 Virginia State Amateur, 2019 Virginia Senior Amateur, and will play host to the 2022 Virginia State Mid-Amateur Championship.