Hilltop Golf Club

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Course: Hilltop Golf Club
Address: 7900 Telegraph Road
  Alexandria, VA 22315
County: Fairfax
Phone: 703-719-6504
Website: www.hilltopgolfclub.com
Rates 2012
Mon - Fri 12 noon259 holes w/cart
Fri 12 noon - Sun329 holes w/cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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5/23/2009It is always fun to introduce a golf buddy to a new course, particularly one you like. On a Saturday morning my Jayhawk friend met me for a quick nine at Hilltop. Be advised that a quick nine at Hilltop is always under two hours. The pace of play never disappoints and encourages a replay (there is a reduced rate for that, too.) Reactions of first time Hilltop golfers are so predictably positive, with everybody remarking that it is had to imagine such views so close to the beltway. The range and putting areas are ideal for warming up prior to hitting the unique nine, a nine that boasts the second toughest par four in the area in #3. Hilltop holds a lot of events for the public, so check the calendar inside the clubhouse or sign up for their newsletter. Ayce
6/17/2008On a hot summer afternoon when some say it is too hot to play golf, go to Hilltop. The breeze from atop the course makes golf playable in the DC heat. The course gets plenty of water so conditions were great. My guest from out of town loved the unique layout of the nine holes. He thought I was crazy when I insisted he bring his clubs, but that though evaporated—I hope! Good weekday rates make Hilltop a perfect nearby place to play even at lunch. No burning a tank of gas to get there either. Ayce
4/22/2008Every time I play here I wonder why I don't play here more often. Hilltop is a fun, challenging 9 holes of golf that will test golfers of all calibers. The course is always in good condition, the pace of play is quick and the staff is always friendly. You should give Hilltop a try sometime for a quick nine or play it twice to get in 18. Bogeyman
7/29/2007On a steamy Sunday in July, I discovered a few more reasons to like this course. First, while most courses are burned up from the intense sun and lack of rain, the groundskeepers at Hilltop pour the water onto the smallish fairways. It’s fun to hit the ball off lush grass this time of year. Also, the temperature is slightly cooler atop the ‘hill’ due to an ever present breeze. Finally, when the inevitable shower rolls in, as it did on this day, the scurry to the clubhouse does not take long nor does the return back to your hole when the rain stops. Ayce
5/9/2006This accessible unique beauty is rapidly becoming my youngest son’s favorite course. It is good for a beginner, but different enough to offer a challenge to seasoned golfers. Multiple tee boxes make this 9 hole track play to what you are looking for. Continue to be amazed at the lack of mid week play at Hilltop given it’s proximity to the beltway and generous e-mail newsletter deals. Sign up and take advantage of their specials. Ayce
8/2/2005On a 90 degree day in DC it is nice to get away in the mountains and play a beautifully maintained course. But, for most folks that means a day of vacation and a half a tank of gas ride; unless you have discovered the secret- Hilltop! Hard to believe the fairways and greens were so lush on a hot summer day, until we saw a dozen or more workers hand watering the course. The bunkers all had pristine white sand like a beach course might boast. Best of all, there is always a breeze on holes 3 thru 9 so the temp drops for the weary golfers. The views are amazing for a course as close to the beltway as Hilltop, so much that my first timer partner said it reminded him of the Blue Ridge. The friendly staff rightfully take a lot of pride in this beauty. Beat the heat at Hilltop. Ayce
4/29/2005I played in my first outing at Hilltop on a cool spring day today. This 9-hole gem lends itself well to tee times for an outing as opposed to the traditional shotgun start because of the unique layout—a feature making the course exceptional for an after work or afternoon corporate scramble. All of the amenities of any good area tournament were there, particularly the food! Pace of play was kept at a proper pace, course conditions were very good, and hospitality abounded from the staff. One of the best touches for outings at Hilltop is the proximity of a first class ‘warm-up’ area within wedge distance of the first green. Once the word is out, this will become a popular site for afternoon scrambles because it is hard to top the total package it offers including the near beltway location. If a tournament at Hilltop is not on your calendar yet, put one together and please your golf buddies. Ayce
7/16/2004What a welcome addition this facility is to the DC golfing community! In addition to a fine range and practice area, Hilltop now provides a unique 9 hole golf course that looks very much as though it were plucked off the coast of Scotland. It has only been open for a year but is ready for play with excellent conditions. Each hole is unique, and some will amaze you that they exist within 5 minutes of the beltway. The views from the top of the course are spectacular, and not the place to be in a thunderstorm. This new offering is a must see for location, value, and variety. Ayce
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