The fairways of the Palmer golf course at Bay Creek traverse wetland areas and glide past sizeable water hazards - such as Plantation Creek on the 17th...
Originally designed by James McMenamin when the club was founded in 1931, the course at James River Country Club has been renovated twice in the modern era: first by Lester George in the mid-1990s then by John LaFoy in 2008.
The course at Laurel Hill Golf Club occupies 280 acres of a huge 3000-acre site that was once used as Lorton Prison and the old buildings, fences and barbed wire of the Correction Facility can still be seen.
Opened in 2010, The Club at Viniterra is a Greg Muirhead/Rees Jones co-design that forms the sporting element of an upmarket residential development.
Hermitage Country Club moved to its present site in 1977, where Ed Ault constructed a 27-hole facility. Arthur Hills added another nine in 1989 and renovated an existing 9-hole layout to fashion the 18-hole Sabot course.
Potomac Shores Golf Club is the first public Jack Nicklaus Signature design in the Washington, D.C., metro area and it opened for play within an enormous new residential community to critical acclaim in 2014.
A round on the Green golf course at Golden Horseshoe begins with four sturdy par fours, followed by a solid 3-shot par five that dog legs to the right...
The pay and play course at Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club debuted in 1996 and it’s recognized as one of the best daily fee golf facilities in the state of Virginia.
The layout at Westfields Golf Club is a Certified Audubon cooperative Sanctuary, with no residential elements interfering. A choice of five tee positions on every hole allows the course to play between 4,597 and 6,897 yards.
Set within a 475-acre property overlooking the Potomac River, the Golf Club at Lansdowne features forty-five holes, eighteen of which comprise the Robert Trent Jones II course. Elevation changes, water carries and stone walls all come into play on this layout.