The Winchester Horseshoe Club
An NHPA Sanctioned Horseshoe club since 1978

Directions and map link are at the bottom of this page.

2011 Club Members 2011 club
Come pitch with us!
nights 7:00 from May to September

  Club Officers

President Vice President
Victor Riggleman
318 Flegal Lane
Winchester, VA  22602
Billy Willis
214 Sunset Drive
Winchester, VA  22602
 Court Maintenance  League Director
Ray Barb
202-17 Odgen Lane
Middletown, Va 22645
Evelyn Zahorchak 
 6628 Howellsville Rd
Front Royal, VA 22630
Sec/Treas, Tournament Director  Publicity Director, Tournament Director
Debbie Barbour
318 Flegal Lane
Winchester, VA  22602
Bobby Burke
 218 Cline Drive
Inwood, WV  25428


TOURNAMENTS Our club is the longest running club in Virginia. We have hosted Virginia State Singles, Virginia Sstate Doubles, and the Old Dominion. In 2016, our Raymond Frye Memorial will celebrate its 50th anniversary. The Carl Frye Memorial will be in its 14th year, and the Apple Capital, the oldest of all annual events will be held for the 51st time! Stay current with our events by clicking this link to go to the current Schedule Once you see the schedule, use the ?CTRL? and ?F? together, then type Winchester to find us. You can also ?Find Us On Facebook?.. just search for Winchester Horseshoe Club !

2004 new lights2004 we installed our new lights in the center of the courts. No more Shadows!
New Club House 2001Our new Club house, built in 2001

2001 Debbie BarbourDebbie Barbour, TD taking aim.
2001 Raymond Frye
Mens A winners

I'm not letting go of this, Donna KeeferDonna Keefer
WaynesturtzWayne Sturtz Proudly displays his 1st place trophy from the 1995 World tournament held in Perry, GA.

Bill MeltonBill Melton showing his Lifetime membership plaque
Billey and Chuck 1994Bill Willis and Chuck West
1st Place 
D Class
Virginia State Doubles
July 1994

Lifetime MembersLife time members,
Dave Lowery 11-14-92
Les Singhas 11-14-92
Elroy Mathias 11-14-92
Bill Melton 11-18-95
Walter Foster 10-24-98
2000 Top Ten1-Branson Miller, Tamara Burke and Chris Orndorff received a 2000 Top Ten National Award Club Awards, not pictured is Jamie Armel. 
ChrisCongrats to Chris Orndorff, he Graduated from Strasburg High School 2001

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From I-81 Exit 313, Rt. 17 west, once you are heading west very near the Interstate at the bottom of the hill is a traffic light with "Perkins Restaurant" on your left.

If you are in the left lane and miss the fork in the rd, just go to the next light and turn right and follow the directions from "Sheetz".

If you are in the right lane just after the 'Perkins" light BEAR right at the fork in the road, you'll go past Shenandoah Collage on your right and should be able to see the "Sheetz" in front of you, on your left. At the lights with "Sheetz" turn right on to Pleasant Valley Rd.1/4 mile to the next traffic light. At this light turn right into Jim Barnett Park, go 200 feet and take the first left.

There will be Miniature Golf at that corner on the right. You are now in the Park. Drive 1/4 mile and take the first right hand turn at the top of the hill. Follow that road 1/2 mile and take the third right. It will be a hard 270 degree turn to the right with the Dog Kennel Park on your left, drive 300 feet the courts will be on your right.

It is preferred that you park on the left side of the road in the grass under the trees. Click on the Google Map and zoom down for a better idea of where you are going. If you get lost, please call the tournament director and someone will help guide you in.

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