Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club

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Course: Raspberry Falls Golf Club
Address: 41601 Raspberry Drive
  Leesburg, VA 20176
County: Loudon
Phone: 703-779-2555
Website: www.raspberryfalls.com
Rates 2012 Season
Monday - Thursday85Greens fees, cart and range balls
Friday - Sunday, Holidays105Greens fees, cart and range balls
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
TeesYardageParSlopeRating
Black71917214075.6
Gold67657213773.6
Blue-Men's62967213171.1
Blue-Ladies'62967212376.4
White- Men's55767212067.8
White - Ladies'55767212471.7
Raspberry48547211568
Reviews
8/4/2007Seems the curse of the grouchy starters and “player assistants” has hit this course (hopefully it’s not permanent and just due the hot weather). The kids who wear the neat outfits and grab your sticks still do a pleasant job, but one has to wonder how much torment they endure working with the codgers. It’s frustrating to be treated this way at such a ‘high end, country club for a day’. The fairways and greens were still green. But the rough was crunchy to walk through – so keep it in play! I was again surprised at the number of divots left unrepaired in the fairways. This is a problem that should not persist here. Other courses better stress player participation in using available seed mixtures on carts. Raspberry Falls remains one of the top courses in the area but here we expect better than what I experienced today. Ayce
6/12/2006Today was a blast! We played in the Playboy Scramble so the "scenery" was extra nice. Finally, the conditions of this course match its beautiful layout. The bunkers have been reworked to include sand, and the ill-fated stacked sod bunkers are less prominent. There are lots of nice holes here to challenge any golfer. The 18th hole tee shot (and #3 for that matter) offer neat views of the valley. Since this is a qualifier for a larger event in Vegas the format had 2 teams (8 golfers) playing together on each hole. Our patience was tested with that many golfers and some questionable claims about whose balls were whose. Raspberry's service and practice facility are best around. If only the clubhouse were larger this place would be even better for the many outings which pass through. Ayce & Jimbo
11/10/2004Finally got to play Raspberry Falls, it's been on my list since Gary Player has always been my hero (Probably because he's 2 days older than I.) The course was in great shape but I was a bit disappointed because with the exception of a couple holes, they were all pretty much straight forward and similar. I also thought it was a bit "over-linked" with berms that were more like ski moguls which made it difficult to get a good reading on where the ball finally ended up because when it went over the mogul, it was out of sight and it was hard to get a feel of where it ended up. I know that you're suppose to keep it on the fairway and that would have made it easier but.... The fairways seemed to have been computer generated since they all seem to have the same uniform washboard characteristic. Just not my kind of course. I guess a low handicapper would have had a better time. Steve - Year of Golf Winner
5/30/2004This upscale course outside Leesburg consistently provides a well above average golf visit from the guys in bow ties who snatch your clubs upon arrival to the homey clubhouse for post rounds drinks. The layout by Gary Player is very professional with no two similar holes and some very memorable ones. The final hole has one of the best tee views of the hole of any hole to be found. The rough is penal, but wide fairways give you plenty of landing area. The large greens break more than average, but not too severely. The only complaint our foursome had was the ball marks on the greens seemed excessive for such a nice course, perhaps due to heavy play or just inconsiderate golfers. The signature stacked sod bunkers which had deteriorated in recent years have been modified for the better. If you haven’t played here in a year, you will be amazed in the growth in housing surrounding the course---this could be a problem in the future. Ayce
10/8/2003The Waggle guys were invited to play Raspberry by some members who wanted to take our money. We’re way too smart for that (and they were much better golfers) so we simply played for fun! Hey when you know you can’t fleece’em, you might as well just hit’em! It had been a while since we ventured to this Gary Player track however we found it to be in excellent shape. With the exception of #18 Tee box, the conditions were excellent throughout and if the “locals” would have given us a couple of reads on some putts, we might have scored better. (Perhaps they were secretly betting against us?) In any event, the greens were pretty quick but fair and make sure you take a couple of looks at which way the green slopes before hitting that putt. I think some of my putts broke uphill! (Did that ever happen to you?) The fairways were excellent and sand traps well maintained. Raspberry prides itself on service and we noticed that all of the attendants were extremely helpful and friendly, even Raspberry (the cat) was friendly! If you’re out in the Leesburg area, give Raspberry Falls a play. Lefty
7/24/1999This Gary Player links style course is one of our favorites. The course accomodates all levels of players by providing 4 sets of tees ranging from 5576 to 7191 yards. #3 and #18 challenge you to crush the drive from the elevated tee boxes, which tends to get me into trouble. So remember to keep your head. The course plays fair allowing some leeway in drive accuracy but requires accurate approach shots to score well. The greens and fairways were in great shape considering the current drought. One caution, right now there are lots of bees, so if you are allergic (or just scared :0) BEE CAREFUL. Bogeyman
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