Now lovingly restored, the Club gracefully blends tranquility, recreation and the perfect venue for social gatherings. Our golf course is one of the region's most visually pleasing. With two finishing holes on the Linkhorn Bay, our recently renovated par-69, 18 hole gem has proven to challenge players of all skill levels.
The Cavalier has been host to many famous golfers – Mickey Wright, Betsy Rawls, Louise Suggs, Patty Berg, Kathy Whitworth, Beverly Hanson and Marilyn Smith have joined an illustrious group of men such as Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead, Marty and Ed Furgol, Julious Boros, Tommy Bolt and Jack Nicklaus as the Cavalier has been the site of a number of LPGA, PGA, VSGA and Mid-Atlantic tournaments through the years including the Virginia Beach Open played here during the 1950s. The infamous Walter Hagen was actually the Club's honorary Chairman and touring Pro in those years. Another chapter of interest came during the Second World War when an anti-aircraft battery was set up near the 15th fairway and the Clubhouse opened up for the recreation of officers stationed in the area.