Hole #18 Twin Oaks 393 yards Par 4 A dogleg right requires a drive up the left side to avoid large grass bunker. The second shot requires great accuracy to carry the water hazard to the two-tiered long narrow green between the beautiful Twin Oaks. This beautiful finish will remind everyone of the great day of golf just concluded.
Hole The Tree 431 yards Par 4 Stay left and avoid being blocked out by "The Tree". A medium iron to a long narrow green – take an extra club to a back hole location.
Hole Anticipation 508 yards Par 5 Bide-A-Wee beckons all with a friendly par 5 for starters. Although the long hitters will have a chance to reach the green in two, bunkers guard the left side of the driving area and a water hazard guards the right side.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. - The Coast Guard Cutter Albacore, an 87-foot patrol boat homeported at Virginia Beach, is moored to the pier in downtown Portsmouth Monday, May 28, 2012. The crew aboard the Albacore offered public tours during Memorial Day. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Walter Shinn.
Norfolk – The Port of Virginia set a mark on Thursday that no other port on the US East Coast can equal: it loaded a containership so heavy that it needed feet of water to sail and then watched as it safely navigated its way to the Atlantic Ocean.
1952--> The Downtown Norfolk-Portsmouth Bridge-Tunnel opened. A modern engineering marvel, it was followed by the Mid-Town Tunnel in 1962 and a second Downtown Tunnel in 1986. Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel opened in 1957, Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel in 1964 and a second Hampton Roads Tunnel in 1976. In 1992, the $400,000,000 Monitor-Merrimac Bridge-Tunnel opened, connecting Suffolk and Newport News and completing the loop of interstate highways in Hampton Roads.
USS Harry S Truman in the Elizabeth River near Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Nimitz-class aircraft carrier Displacement: long tons short tons) Length: Overall: feet m) Waterline: feet m) Beam: Overall: 252 ft m) Waterline: 134 ft m) Draft: