Old Hickory Golf Club

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Course: Old Hickory Golf Club
Address: 4600 Asdee Lane
  Woodbridge, VA 22192
County: Prince William
Phone: 703-580-6015
Website: www.golfoldhickory.com
Rates 2012 Season
Mon - TH6918 Holes w/cart & range balls
Friday7518 Holes w/cart & range balls
Sat/Sun/Holidays8918 Holes w/cart & range balls
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
8/12/2007While most courses are dried out and somewhat unattractive, Old Hickory showed signs of watering and TLC. The course was in above average shape in August which means it should be beautiful this fall. The staff here is always very professional. Drink carts, water jugs, towels, and other niceities of a high end course are evident. The pace of play was very good for a Sunday—four and three quarter hours. The layout reminds me of NBA basketball in that the action is in the final 5 minutes. This time the final 3 holes provided the excitement and the outcome of a good round or a blown opportunity. Ayce
5/26/2006A big outing on a beautiful Friday at Old Hickory can be a golfers paradise. Some guy ahead of us even got a hole-in-one for ten grand. The course flows elegantly amidst attractive houses with no two holes alike. This is clearly one of the best public access golf experiences around. Conditions are always top notch and the service is good. Wide fairways keep you moving along quickly with a chance to play a good round until the number 18 par 5 stares you in the face. One of the best finishing holes around, this hole can send you hole wishing you could replay it. But the overall feeling I have after Old Hickory is that I want to play it again and again. It is really a nice place to play! Ayce
3/29/2004The creators of Raspberry Falls have scored again with another outstanding course. Opened just last summer, Old Hickory will soon surpass Rasp. Falls just as soon as the course has had a few seasons to settle in and mature. The course flows well through mature woods with beautiful new homes majestically situated on about half of the holes. The course reminded my foursome of Stonewall or Belmont CC with the elevated tees and wide saddle fairways. The new clubhouse is one of the finest in the area, with food to match! One signature of Old Hickory is a par three 100 yd. ‘19th’ hole for settling ties or hole-in-one contests in outings. Elevation changes and distances between holes would make this a tough one to walk. As pretty as this course was in late March, it is fun to imagine its beauty this summer. Ayce
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