Bristow Manor Golf Club

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Course: Bristow Manor Golf Club
Address: 11507 Valley View Drive
Bristow, VA 20136
County: Prince William
Phone: 703-368-3558
Website: www.bristowmanorgc.com
Rates In-Season 2015
Mon – Fri $55  Sat – Sun $69
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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Tees Yardage Par Slope Rating
Championship 7102 72 133 75.2
Back 6770 72 130 73.5
Middle 6313 72 126 71.3
Forward 5196 73 126 71.7
Reviews
7/7/2008 On the Monday after the July 4 weekend we expected the course to be packed. Surprise! The place was half full on a perfect weather day. The pace, course conditions, and company were all outstanding at this reliable layout. Seems as though the events person works overtime putting together fun outings. An upcoming modified scramble to benefit fire and rescue teams in the community was being publicized. Must admit to falling into the promotion last month for the Susan Komen tourney, which was a lot of fun. Be sure to play this bargain course and to look for upcoming events. As I recall they do football related tournaments in the fall, too. Ayce
7/9/2007 On a near 100 degree day in July the course hosted a scramble in honor of local police and rescue workers. By teeing off at 8 am golfers had no need for rescue from heat exhaustion, but another hour or two and things might have been tough. The course was in its usual good condition despite the heat and drought. Their zoysia grass seems to be holding up well. Post tourney activities included lunch in the pavilion (How do they get that tent so chilled?). As one of the few links style courses in the area, Bristow Manor offers a very nice change from the Ault designs which seem to abound in Northern Virginia. The staff did a good job and the pace of play was fast. Our outing was done in 4 hours and 15 minutes. This course is a nice bargain so make the drive just past the City of Manassas. AYCE
8/12/2006 On a rare perfect weather weekend day in August, Bristow Manor was predictably packed with happy golfers. We were surprised to find that the pace of play is not snail-like, nor were the fairways and greens dried out from the blight induced by the heat, which effected most courses in July and August. Bristow is one of our favorite links courses. It is a great location for beginners in that the back nine is particularly friendly to spray hitters. The zoysia grass guarantees a good lie for those who hit the wide fairways. The greens always seem to be in better than average condition. I wish the two nines were reversed (as they were when the course opened) so that the easier of the two nines would be the warm up for the tough stretch of holes in the current numbers seven through nine. Ayce
6/29/2005 On a warm Wednesday morning my playing partner and I had a surreal golf round at Bristow Manor. The course itself was in very good shape with excellent greens. The weird part was the lack of players on the course. In the 3 hours and 15 minutes it took to breeze around the eighteen holes, we spotted only 8 other golfers. The pro shop was fairly bare of goodies to sell as was the snack bar. No outings were posted on the bulletin board. Rates were reasonable enough so where was everybody? The trademark concrete cart paths at Bristow are showing their age, so expect some needed repairs there soon. Ayce
3/27/2004 The zoysia fairways are brown now but they provide a nice color contrast to the bright green rough in late March at Bristow Manor. The course conditions were terrific for March. This links style layout will give you a real challenge with the March winds as there are fewer trees to break up the breezes. Lots of new faces are in the pro shop with everyone trying and succeeding in putting on a good golf experience. No longer is there a treacherous street crossing from front to back nine with the recent opening of a tunnel under a now busy street. No GPS on the carts anymore, but since the course is well marked it is not missed and is a reason for mgmt. to keep green fees reasonable which they are. The zippy gas carts were allowed on the course this visit too. Ayce
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