Washington DC golf courses range from scenic jaunts near the Potomac River to practice facilities where guests can hone their game. For the former, there are destinations such as Potomac Shores, the first publicly accessible Jack Nicklaus signature course in the area. For the latter, the six-acre 1757 Golf Club, managed by Billy Casper Golf, fashions itself as a full-fledged learning center replete with an 18-hole, par-70 course. Greystone Golf Course, on the other hand, is a pond-strewn championship facility designed by Joe Lee, known for creating the courses at Walt Disney World.

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