Sleepy Hollow is the perfect combination of golf, dining, and entertainment.

The most player-friendly championship layout combined with the best club attractions in the area.

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Stunning 18 Hole Golf Course


Catering and Event Space for any Special Occasion

1955 Restaurant

Amazing Full Service Restaurant

Pickleball & Tennis

2 Tennis Courts and 12 Pickleball Courts

Pro Shop

All the newest styles and equipment

Practice Facilities

Our driving range, practice and chipping greens give you the space to work on your game


Summer fun plus Swim Lessons and Swim Team

Craft Beer and Cocktails

The perfect way to wrap up 18 holes, or just happy hour on the way home.

Swing into Fun at Sleepy Hollow’s Golf Simulator

Join us on Saturdays at the Clubhouse and experience the excitement of golfing indoors with Sleepy Hollow’s top-notch simulator. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just looking for some weekend fun, our simulator guarantees a fantastic time for all.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow Golf Club originated in 1921 post-World War I when Nitro sports enthusiasts built the Pocatalico Golf Links on land leased from a gunpowder manufacturer. By 1927, the club shifted to the old Dudding Farm and was renamed “Sleepy Hollow Golf Club”, selling its initial 200 shares of stock. Throughout the 1930s, it was a prime attraction in the valley, particularly for the Charleston residents. In 1938, they moved back to the original Pocatalico location. World War II caused a decline in play, leading to the club’s closure in 1942. It was only in 1946, thanks to Rutherford V. Hill and volunteers, that the club reopened.

The club soon needed a larger space. In 1955, a 280-acre property in Teays Valley, once owned by Samuel Handley, was acquired and developed. By 1989, expansion led to building a new clubhouse. By 1990, the club’s operations were fully moved, now catering to over 450 members. The club’s success is attributed to its members’ dedication and a shared passion for golf.

2023 by the Numbers

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Rounds of Golf Played

Total Members

Years of History

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