Nice, inexpensive executive course inside the beltway. Deals for locals and seniors. Rental clubs and pull carts are available. Five par 3s, four par 4s. Usually in good condition but the greens are pretty slow if you are used to upscale courses. Wide open, but really bad shots can wind up in a pond or creek. There is a range on the other side of the clubhouse, and a First Tee learning center. The clubhouse has a small golf shop and a limited selection of snacks and drinks. Very flat, very walkable, good variation in the holes. Just the thing for a stroll through the park, punctuated with golf shots, on a balmy afternoon.
Went on a Saturday afternoon just to the driving range. They had a wide selection of clubs to use for the range and their prices for buckets of balls were good. Also liked the automatic ball dispensers saved time and prevented backlog at the cash register. Range mats were also very nice with two types of synthetic grass.
Visiting friends and a round of Golf was an idea. This place was the closest and we had a BLAST! Great prices, short course and played along an easy going vibe.
$8 to play 9 holes of golf.
$10 to rent a set of Golf Clubs.
$10 for a bucket of 102 balls (Driving Range)
With a lucky beautiful day and my first time playing under 50* degrees Fahrenheit, this course made my game easy and comforting. It's not a hard course with only 2 water hazards and I was able to play them all with the same ball! I'm very happy to say I scored under 50 for the first time. (Yes, I'm no pro... don't even know what handicap means, other than the parking spaces).
Overall, I would like to play again or hit some balls. Maybe have a beer while doing it too. (BYOB)
Why is this golf course marked as closed? Its a public golf course and its definitely up and running.
Nice, simple 9 hole course. Nothing fancy. A lot of short holes to practice with short irons. Great for beginner play.