Fairfax National Golf Club

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Course: Fairfax National Golf Club
Address: 16850 Sudley Road
  Centreville, VA 20120
County: Fairfax
Phone: 703-631-9226
Rates 2010 Season
Mon - Fri4518 Holes w/cart
Weekends5918 Holes w/cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
Bull Run/Antietam/Bk70647313073.9
Bull Run/Antietam/Mdl66757312671.2
Bull Run/Antietam/fwd54857311470.4
Wilderness/Bull Run/Bk69697312673.1
Wilderness/Bull Run/Mdl65677312470.4
Wilderness/Bull Run/Fwd53157311570.5
4/14/2008An early scramble took us to Fairfax National recently. Effects of a previous punching of the greens lingered, so putting was hit or miss. The course was in very good condition. Some continuity of the good management team there continues to produce a good golf value for the hordes of public players who get around this large facility expeditiously. Each year I go to this established track, I notice how much more easy the drive off Route 29 has become thanks to housing development. Still no houses exist on the courses, just lots of wildlife. Look for coupons in the Post on Mondays for deals here. Ayce
8/10/2006The August heat took a bit of a toll on the fairways of two of the nines at Fairfax National. The Bull Run nine, which most people consider best of the three, seemed to be in the best shape. The course was in overall fairly good shape considering the heat and the amount of play that these 27 holes get. For the price and the location this is a real bargain for Northern Virginia golfers. Sure there are a lot of similarities in the holes, and perhaps too many cedar trees, but if you want a place to work on your game, this is it. Ayce
8/23/2004A favorite course of those who clip coupons from the Monday Wash. Post, This storied 27 hole complex can be a lot of fun for an outing. The three nines (best known for their down-and-back sameness) easily handled the 162 players in a recent charity scramble. The course was in very good shape. It appears that money has gone into maintenance judging from the vastly improved bunkers and better mowing. The staff handles large groups very well with a lot of special little differences, like having each team play some holes on each of the three nines and then adjusting the scores for you 19 holes played. The closeness of the fairways is a problem though. In a scramble it is best to wear a hard hat there as the very occasional golfers grunt and groan to get that longest drive and send tee shots two fairways away. Ayce
10/4/2003Other than being recently aerated and seeded, Fairfax National is in the best shape it has been in for several years, thanks in part no doubt to all the rain. The three nines afford the frugal golfer a bonanza with all the newspaper coupons and club cards available for this course. Try to include the Bull Run as one of the nines in your 18 since it offers the most variety. The major criticism has been the sameness of some of the holes but this is still some fun practice at a good price. Many of the greens are like ping pong tables with the front legs sawed off so stay short on your missed approaches or face tough chip shots. Nice staff, good warm up areas, and fine fare round out this worthy facility. Ayce

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