WASHINGTON, D.C. GOLF COURSES

Golf in Washington, D.C. has been a presidential past time for more than 100 years, and you can feel the passion for the game with its more than 60 area golf courses, which stretch into northern Virginia and central Maryland. The most notable course in the area may be Congressional Country Club (home to multiple U.S. Open championships and the AT&T National tournament hosted by Tiger Woods), but D.C. also features a number of top-rated public facilities that all players can enjoy, including the famed 1757 Golf Club, municipal East Potomac Park, and Laurel Hill Golf Club. Experience the vision of renowned course architects like Robert Trent Jones II and Greg Norman, who have left their fingerprints throughout the area, and discover why golfers flock to the nation’s capital between April and October each year. Book your Washington, D.C. tee time today--you won’t be disappointed.

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Whiskey Creek Golf Club

Whiskey Creek Golf Club, located in Ijamsville, Maryland, north of Washington, D.C., was designed by Architect J. Michael Poellot to take full advantage of its breathtaking scenery. It features rock outcroppings, broad meadows, pine forests and dramatic views of the Catoctin Mountains.

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Westfields Golf Club

Westfields Golf Club is in Clifton, Virginia, west of Washington, D.C. Fred Couples designed the course with natural wetlands, rolling hills and majestic beech and oak trees. It's a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary (2008–2011) and one of Zagat's Top U.S. Golf Courses (2003–2011).

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1757 Golf Club

1757 Golf Club, located just minutes from Washington Dulles International Airport, in Dulles, Virginia, boasts a par 70, 6,600-yard golf course routed through gently rolling terrain. Featuring large undulating greens with subtle breaks and elevation changes throughout the course.

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