Oak Marr Golf Course

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Course: Oak Marr Golf Course
Address: 3134 Jermantown Rd
  Oakton, VA 22124
County: Fairfax
Phone: 703-255-5391
Toll Free: 877-776-3272
Website: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/golf/oakmarrgc
Rates 2012
Non-Prime Time179 Holes walking
Prime Time209 Holes walking
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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Blue - Back145627
Orange - Artificial120627
4/11/2010What could be better than a quick nine holes with friends before a party to watch the final round of the Masters? The answer might be to have the winner of the Masters play out like the happy ending to a morality play. But we all know about that well publicized gem, so how about some golf course chat. Oak Marr was the lovely scene for a nine hole walk in the park like setting managed by Fairfax County. Unlike many par three courses, Oak Marr has sand, water, woods, and elevation changes. While no one hole stands out as a #17 at TPC Sawgrass, the holes offer enough challenge to sharpen your skills. Bring your sticks as the average hole length is over 160 yards from the blue tees, with one hole playing over 200 yards. Pace of play is well regulated so expect to breeze around the loop in under two hours for sure. We made it in one and a half hours! The practice facility is one of the best around. A large decked driving range is well paired with perhaps the largest practice green in the area. It even has a bunker. Play Oak Marr after work and take advantage of the offer in your Waggle Golf Pass. Ayce
3/14/2008This nine hole par 27 course is operated by the Fairfax County Park Authority. It provides a quick stop for golf to thousands in the densely populated center of Fairfax. The holes are each fairly different, though more seem to go uphill rather than down. Walking is the order of the day here so expect some light exercise. The shortest hole is 127 yards, and the longest is 200 so no driver needed here. The memorable ones are the last two holes. The eighth is a short par three over a small pond to a shallow green. The final hole has a bunker the size of a soccer field running down the entire right side of the hole. The range has more than enough hitting stations, with two levels and some heated tees. The best feature of the facility is the enormous practice greens where you can dump a bucket of balls and make your own “Pelz practice routine” complete with bunker play. At 1,456 yards the irons get some work. The putter must be given some slack on this course as the greens are bumpy and muni slow. Ayce
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