A couple that golfs together stays happy. While some wives and husbands sit at home and wait for their spouse to get back from the links, others join and get competitive too. There is plenty of destinations for golfers, yet golfing couples flock to Washington, DC. Here’s why.
Westfields Golf Club
Fred Couples was one of the designers of the course that was crafted in 1998. There is a driving area, place to chip and putt, and experienced professionals are on-call to provide lessons. The staff has a reputation to go above and beyond their duties. The greens and fairways are reported to be impeccably manicured.
Oak Creek Golf Club
The excellent conditions can certainly draw a crowd and can make getting through 18 holes a bit slow. Players report that the front nine is different from the back, for the front is flat while the back of the course offers more rolling hills. The practice facilities are not on par with the course but that’s a small disadvantage considering the overall excellence of Oak Creek.
Laytonsville Golf Club
While it’s an intermediate course, some call Laytonsville a confidence builder for more challenging courses in the DC area. Opposite of sentiments coming from Oak Creek reviews, those who have played Laytonsville report getting through the course at a fast pace. The course is considered a hidden gem by some in the area given the high number of alternative golfing experiences.
Little Bennett Golf Course
The staff has a reputation for keeping the course playable well into the fall season, given that good weather holds-up. Some of the par threes are more difficult than holes necessitating more strokes to get to the cup. The course is very hilly so you may want to think twice before opting to walk instead of riding in a cart. The 9th and 18th hole are more than memorable and leave a good impression on golfers.
Waverly Woods Golf Club
The conditions are kept pristine and the greens are quick. It has a reputation for being pricier than other courses in the area, yet many players understand the higher price tag once getting on the course. The holes are engineered to provide a challenge and variety to area golfers. The Marriottsville, Maryland course was designed by Arthur Hills and is open all year. The course is less than an hour and a half away from the Dupont Circle Renaissance Marriott.
Blue Mash Golf Course
The holes present well yet the course can be an intermediate challenge for first-timers. It’s a course that really incorporates the surrounding beauty of nature. Like Waverly, Blue Mash has a reputation for being pricey, yet there is an opportunity to get tee times at lesser rates throughout the workweek.
Sligo Creek Golf Course
The course was built in 1927 and settles in Silver Spring, Maryland. The course is forgiving enough for those who are at a beginner-intermediate level. It’s an easy course to walk through. The par 4 holes are short yet some par 3s require the player to get the ball over water or another playing hazard.