BEWARE! NOT A KID FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT!!! STAY AWAY! IRRESPONSIBLE ADULTS SUPERVISING YOUNG CHILDREN!
A 7 year old relative of mine was in a serious golf cart accident at Hidden Creek Country during a golf and tennis camp after care. No adults will give any other information other than the golf cart tipped over. No one will give a name of who was in charge of her and other children in after care that were injured that day. The general manager, Eric Levin is saying he and his staff have been instructed not to give any information related to the accident and he now won't answer simple questions regarding insurance reimbursements. This is totally unacceptable that these adults won't at least explain how this happened. The 7 year old has told most details that adults refuse to discuss. A 15 year old was driving the kids but regardless if this was legal or not was not allowed during after care. This child has lingering physical & mental scars from this & noone at Hidden Creek is concerned. Click on my Yelp profile photo to see several photos of these aweful injuries.
This has caused the child and the family stress & no family should face this treatment and legal costs just to find out what happened to the child. It's unbelievable. STAY AWAY! IT'S A GOOD OLD BOYS ESTABLISHMENT PROTECTING ONE ANOTHER INSTEAD OF THE CHILD. THEY ALSO DIDN'T REQUIRE PROPER PAPERWORK FOR THIS CAMP OR AFTERCARE ACCORDING TO ERIC LEVIN.
He would not play this course again.
Certainly the worst food in Northern Virginia, probably the worst food in the entire DC metro area and my candidate for the worst food on the east coast of the United States.
Our theory is that they show the people in the kitchen a photograph of some dish and say "This is what Americans like to eat, make this" and they do, leaving out any taste, spirit or effort.
I mean how bad a good do you have to be to make a lousy hamburger? It's a hamburger, you fry it and slap between some bread, but yet they made a lousy hamburger but I suppose once you've got a badly made food theme going on, why ruin by making something good?
The problem seems to begin on several levels....cheap ingredients is the main issue followed by poor cooking skills and a lack of knowledge of what the dish in question is suppose to taste like.
I was a member here for a couple of years and really enjoyed the atmosphere, the golf course and most of all the fellow MGA members. There is always a game to get into, and the tournament culture is fantastic.