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Algonkian Regional Park Golf Course, located in Sterling, Virginia, remains one of the area’s most popular public courses. Algonkian’s front nine tree-lined fairways are long, straight and flat while the back nine features hills and several dogleg and water holes.
This scenic park is home to a challenging championship 18-hole, par-72 golf course. Brambleton Regional Park Golf Course, located in the countryside of Loudoun County, Virginia, offers variety with woods and water holes, large bunkers and plush putting greens. Golfers may need to use every club in their bags! Golf course designer Hank Gordon incorporated the land’s natural features into his design creating a variety of challenging holes.
South Riding Golf Club is a par-72 course located in Chantility, Virginia. Opened in 1997 and designed by Dan Maples, South Riding offers golfers in the Washington D.C. area the ability to escape the Beltway. Set upon gentle hills with fairways routed between hardwood trees, the course challenges players to play more towards strategy than power. The club has been recognized by several publications for excellence and features a practice facility that includes a junior golf program.
Pleasant Valley Golf Club, located in Chantilly, Virginia, is a frequented course by golfers in the Washington D.C. area. Designed by Tom Clark and Kevin Atkinson, the layout plays to the natural rolling hills and hardwood forests of the area. These features, along with some strategic placements of bunker-less holes, create unique shot opportunities at every turn. After 18, golfers can return to Pleasant Valley's practice facility or wind down at their bar and grill.
Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club was built in 1996 and laid out by Gary Player Design, a firm headed by one of the golfing world’s greatest players. From the beginning, we have become one of the most popular daily-fee courses in the Washington (D.C.) area as a fantastic experience for visitors to our area. Player used a links style in designing Raspberry Falls, an elegant way to make use of our dramatic rolling terrain, meandering streams and spectacular scenery. We have elevated tee boxes and lush bentgrass greens as well. And you’ll find that one of the biggest tests of your golfing skills on our course will be conquering our deep Scottish-style stacked pot bunkers. As in Scotland, these bunkers have their own names, including “Lee’s Bunker” and “Grant’s Tomb” on No. 11 and “Satan’s Foxhole” on No. 14. It’s understandable that Player would focus on bunkers in his design. After all, he’s one of the best sand players ever to compete in the game of golf.
The Bull Run Country Club's 18-hole championship golf course, which opened in 1998, is set on a huge piece of open land in the foothills of Virginia's Bull Run Mountain. It is a quick drive from Washington, D.C., a few miles north of Haymarket, and a few miles south of Middleburg. The course was designed by Rick Jacobson, a Chicago-area architect who worked for Jack Nicklaus design company before starting his own firm. His aim at Bull Run was to preserve the look of the land and create a player-friendly course that also has loads of challenges for the more daring hitters. You will find wide fairways done in a concave/convex shape that steer the ball toward the center. There are large landing areas, sometimes defined by grass hollows, bunkers, or trees.
At Westfields, Fred Couples has built a course that is, at once, fun and accessible for the novice, while challenging and thought-provoking for the experienced golfer. Fred's professional play on hundreds of courses around the world coupled with his experience in countless tournaments and team competitions have given him exceptional insight into golf course design. It is perfectly exhibited at Westfields. Yet, what sets Westfields apart from other golf clubs is not only its exceptional playability, but the interest it takes in the traditional elements of the game. Carved through natural wetlands, rolling hills, and majestic beech and oak trees, Westfields offers golfers a setting that is virtually free from distraction. No residences line its links, creating a course that is truly a golfer's dream. All of this, together with the kind of service typically found only in private golf clubs, makes Westfields a place where golf enthusiasts can always enjoy a great round of golf.
Players can use swing evaluation to improve their skills
With its championship conditions and unique, picturesque setting along the shores of Lake Manassas, Stonewall Golf Club is one of Northern Virginia's premier daily fee golf clubs. The Tom Jackson-designed golf course is the centerpiece of a comfortable, welcoming experience that includes a full-featured golf practice facility, the award-winning Brass Cannon Restaurant and the expansive Magnolia Room banquet room, all overlooking the pristine waters of Lake Manassas.
Play on some of the world's most beautiful and challenging courses from the comfort of The St. James. Our seven golf simulator bays provide a focused environment for improving your swing. With seven simulators, an in-house putting green, expert instruction, and custom fitting, our Golf Academy has everything you need to stand over the ball with confidence.
Voted Best Golf Course in Montgomery County by Montgomery Gazette readers, and listed as one of the Top Ten Rated Courses in the Washington Area by Golf Advisor, Blue Mash Golf Course in Gaithersburg, MD is less than 15 minutes from Rockville and Gaithersburg downtowns, 20 minutes from Germantown, and less than 10 minutes from Olney. With access via Route 108, Route 200 Inter-County Connector, I-95 and I-270, Blue Mash is conveniently accessible to Washington D.C., Frederick, Baltimore and Northern Virginia. Designed by world renown architect Arthur Hills, Blue Mash features a mix of links style, parkland, wooded, and water holes. There are no forced carries so it is manageable for beginners and high handicap golfers, and low handicap golfers will find its length from the back tees, strategic bunker placement, and devilish, well protected greens plenty of challenge. The practice facility at Blue Mash features a 10,000 square foot putting green, all grass tee driving range, and short game practice area, all supported by world-class instructors. Blue Mash Golf Course gets its name from the property’s original name “Blue Marsh,” referring to the blue clay of the marshy, thickly wooded land. Pronounced colloquially “Blue Mash,” the land was inhabited by freed slaves who also made it a stop on the Underground Railroad, hiding runaway slaves on their way north. The blue stars and gold stripes logo of the Laytonsville golf course refers to the property’s historic function as a stop on the long journey to freedom.
Rock Creek Park is a fun 9 hole course located deep in the woods at the Rock Creek Park Golf Course facility in Washington, DC. The course was designed and opened in 1926.
Chosen as one of Golf Digest's "100 Top Places to Play" from 1998 to 2001, Bristow Manor's 18-hole championship course has established a reputation as the D.C. area's premier daily fee course. Designed by Ken Killian and built to challenge every shot in your bag, this immaculate links-style design features four sets of tees, some of the best course conditioning in Northern Virginia, water on 12 holes, and over 7,000 yards of immaculate zoysia fairways, natural grass areas, bent grass greens and tees.
Our course at Old Hickory Golf Club was designed to fit its site with great precision. The par-72, 7,190-yard championship layout is the work of architect Tim Freeland of Jacksonville, Fla., who previously worked for the design firm of golf legend Gary Player and also worked on the design of Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club, sister course to Old Hickory. Old Hickory Golf Club is a challenging course with lots of creeks to cross and sights to see, but it’s also a course that all levels of golfers will enjoy playing. The beautiful scenery and layout is sure to impress your guests and also provide them with many memorable moments.
This challenging 9-hole, par-3 course designed to improve your short game. Lake Ridge is an affordable course for novice golfers or those who only have time for a quick round. Lake Ridge Golf Course's facilities expand beyond the fairway. We offer numerous activities including golf tournaments and lessons, a ladies league and golf camps. Warm up with our driving cages and putting green, or rent the course for your company outing or fundraiser.
Fort Belvoir Golf Club, conveniently located just south of Washington DC, offers a truly exceptional golfing experience. The original North 18 was designed in part by Robert Trent Jones. Thomas Ault Clark and Associates completed the expansion to our current 36 holes at the north complex. Today, the Fort Belvoir Golf Club is among the finest military golf facilities in the world. Our PGA professional staff takes great pride in providing outstanding service.
This scenic course is located on the Mason Neck Peninsula in Lorton, Virginia. Local golf magazines repeatedly name Pohick Bay as one of the area’s most challenging courses. Keep track of your game on Pohick Bay’s USGA Handicap System. Work on your drive or putting at our practice facility, which features a driving range with sand traps, practice putting and chipping greens, and lessons from PGA pros. A full-service pro shop features an array of name-brand golf clubs, equipment and apparel. Other services include club making, custom club fitting, regripping, reshafting and tournament coordinating. Pohick Bay features a full snack bar.
Langston is a great 18 hole regulation course located at the Langston Golf Course & D.R. facility in Washington, DC. From the longest tees it offers 6,652 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course was designed by George Parish and opened in 1939. The course rating is 69.5 with a slope rating of 115.
At the end of a mile-long drive through forest and field, Whiskey Creek Golf Club has a feeling of privacy and seclusion. Bordered by a high ridge of hardwoods and a winding, free-flowing creek, the property contains many different environments and natural features including springs, streams, stone walls, wetlands, rock outcroppings, broad meadows, pine forests and dramatic views of the Catoctin Mountains. Architect J. Michael Poellot and design consultant Ernie Els, a 2-time United States Open Champion, have designed Whiskey Creek to take full advantage of its spectacular setting
Not far from Fort Washington, National Golf Club offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep National Golf Club difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. National Golf Club is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Fort Washington.
Golf instructor with three decades of experience imparts fundamentals of swing, and teaches intangibles such as enthusiasm and communication
Hollow Creek Golf Club, nestled in the Middletown Valley of Frederick County, is truly a special place to unwind and relax from the daily grind. Just minutes from I-70 and 35 minutes from the Washington Beltway, Hollow Creek is a remote treasure that is close to home. With amazing views of the Catoctin?Mountain Range, this Rick Jacobson design cascades over the rolling countryside making it both aesthetic and enjoyable for players of all abilities. With distances ranging from 5080 to 6800 yards and a choice of four sets of tees, this impeccably maintained layout requires precise shotmaking, yet yields playability to golfers of all levels.
Not far from Dumfries, Potomac Shores Golf Club offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Potomac Shores Golf Club difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Potomac Shores Golf Club is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Dumfries.
Water in play on 11 of 18 holes presents the greatest obstacle for golfers as they traverse scenic course situated in Blue Ridge Mountains
Nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of central Maryland with views of the Catoctin Mountains, Maryland National Golf Club’s picturesque 18-hole, par 71 layout provides an unforgettable golfing experience.
Designed by world-renowned architect Arthur Hills, Maryland National takes full advantage of the dramatic terrain changes and wetlands surrounding the course. From long, rolling fairways to magnificent holes carved out of natural wooded lowlands and various water hazards, each hole of this 6811-yard layout provides a unique challenge sure to inspire any golfer. Just play one round at Maryland National - and we guarantee the memories will bring you back time and time again.
The Bowie Golf Course, located on the north side within the City limits of Bowie, Md., is an 18-hole golf course with mature trees lining each fairway. The existing Club House is a masonry farmhouse built in 1724 (additions attached) hosting a full service Pro Shop along with the 19th hole Bar & Grill.
The "Aquia Harbour" course at the Aquia Harbour Golf & Country Club facility in Stafford, Virginia is a 9-hole course with alternate tees for the back nine that features 5,768 yards of golf for a par of 71. The course rating is 68.3 and it has a slope rating of 122. Facilities include a full service restaurant, driving range, practice putting green, and pro shop.
Oak Creek Club is an extraordinary new private golf club just a short drive east of Washington DC, located in the Oak Creek gated community in Prince George's County Maryland. Oak Creek opened for play in April 2008 and features an 18 hole, 7111-yard, par 72 championship course with putting greens and practice range designed by Ault Clark and Associates. The course winds through the gated Oak Creek community and beckons both experienced and novice golfers alike.
Nestled in the northern neck of the Shenandoah Valley, against the backdrop of the striking Blue Ridge Mountains and landscape dotted by historic 19th century farmhouses, lies picturesque Bowling Green Country Club. For over 35 years, our courses have matured amidst the beautiful foliage, scenic vistas, and allure of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Each course offers a golfer-friendly design with gently rolling terrain, finely manicured conditions, and smooth bent grass putting surfaces. Our banquet facilities provide the ideal location to host corporate, private, and civic gatherings throughout the year. Or maybe you would like to seal your vows and expressions for one another with scenic vistas of our north course water features and a rustic arbor backdrop
Shenandoah Valley Golf Club is a fun course located in Front Royal, VA. The course contact is Richard L. Runyon, Jr., Golf Professional.
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