VersAbility’s History

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VersAbility’s service area extends from the Virginia Peninsula and Middle Peninsula/Northern Neck to the Southside. We have offices in Hampton, Newport News, Gloucester, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach. Through our success in government contracts, we have created jobs for people with disabilities across the country.

About Cedar Point Country Club

“Southeast Virginia’s Gem”

Cedar Point Country Club Logo

Cedar Point Country Club is located at the confluence of the Nansemond and James Rivers in Suffolk, Virginia. The Civil War ironclads, Monitor and Merrimac, battled in the waters of Hampton Roads just outside the clubhouse windows. Since its founding in 1964, Cedar Point has evolved into one of the premier country club environments in Southeast Virginia.

The crown jewel of the club is the recently renovated 18 hole championship golf course. The course is immaculately maintained with greens that are fast and true. Well groomed bunkers and attractive landscaping reflect the conscientiousness of the caretakers. The golf course is challenging and presents plenty of temptations to the more polished golfer.

A first class 9 hole par 3 course presents some of the most spectacular vistas in the entire Tidewater area. Other diversions at the club include a driving range, putting and chipping greens, swimming pool (seasonal), croquet court, and a complete tennis center with both indoor and outdoor courts. Both the golfing and tennis centers are staffed with certified professionals and include well stocked pro shops.

About the Golf Course

Cedar Point Country Club Greens Photo

 The beautifully manicured 18-hole championship golf course has a classic layout and was designed for the true golf enthusiast. In 2003, the course was completely renovated by the renowned course architect, Tom Clark. As you progress through the 7,100 plus yard layout each hole is more beautiful than the last. We also boast a fully stocked pro-shop, a large driving range, practice bunkers, and our little gem on the Nansemond, the 9 hole par 3 course.

Over 30 annual member events are coordinated by our PGA certified staff. Private and Group lessons are available with our Director of Golf, T.J. Young, PGA and Assistant Golf Professional Andy Viscardi.

Golf course Superintendent Chris Petrelli and his staff ensure course conditions that are unmatched in Southeast Virginia.

Directions

From Virginia Beach, take 64 East to 664 North. Follow 664 North to Exit Rt. 17 North (James River Bridge). Proceed 5 miles on Route 17 North and continue over the Godwin Bridge. Cedar Point will be your first right turn (approximately ½ mile from Godwin Bridge). Once in Cedar Point, veer to your right and continue on Clubhouse Drive until you reach the clubhouse.

From Norfolk (Midtown Tunnel) After proceeding through the tunnel, veer right onto I-64 West. Continue on I-64 West until it ends onto Route 17 North. Continue on Route 17 North and go over the Godwin Bridge. Cedar Point will be your first right turn (approximately ½ mile from the Godwin Bridge.) Once in Cedar Point, bear right and continue on Clubhouse Drive until you reach the Clubhouse.

From Norfolk (Downtown Tunnel) After proceeding through the tunnel, follow 264 to 664 North. Take 664 North to exit for Route 17 (James River Bridge). Once on Route 17, continue for 5 miles and proceed over the Godwin Bridge. Once over the Godwin Bridge, Cedar Point will be your first right turn. Once in Cedar Point, bear right and continue on Clubhouse Drive until you reach the Clubhouse.

From Hampton/Newport News (Monitor Merrimac Tunnel) Take 664 South until Exit 17 North (James River Bridge). Take Exit 17 North ; go about five miles over the Godwin Bridge. The first right after the bridge is the entrance into Cedar Point (approximately ½ mile from Godwin Bridge.) Bear right onto Clubhouse Drive and follow to clubhouse parking lot.

From Hampton/Newport News (James River Bridge) Take Route 17 South over the James River Bridge. Go about 6 miles on Route 17 South. At the traffic light for Crittenden Road, make a left turn into Cedar Point. Bear right onto Clubhouse Drive and continue until you reach the clubhouse.