Virginia Oaks Golf Club

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Course: Virginia Oaks Golf Course
Address: 7950 Virginia Oaks Drive
  Gainesville, VA 20155
County: Prince William
Phone: 703-754-7977
Website: www.virginiaoaksgc.com
Rates 2012
Mon - Friday5918 Holes w/cart
Weekends7918 Holes w/cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
TeesYardageParSlopeRating
Green(Championship)69287213373.5
Gold64687213071.5
Black60617212569.8
Silver48527113072.2
Reviews
5/9/2009P.B. Dye blessed Virginia with a really challenging layout at Virginia Oaks. Play this course from the tips and you could hardly ask for more. My favorite is the island green number nine. In the shadow of the clubhouse, with practice putting green onlookers the ninth hole gives you plenty of reason to focus before grabbing a drink at the turn. The back nine at Va. Oaks seems to be a couple of strokes tougher than the front. The tenth hole is one of the most unreachable in two of any par five around. The next hole is a long par three with a green that slopes severely back to front. Aside from the twelfth hole which is a drivable par four, the remaining back nine will really make you earn a good inward score. Management at the Oaks is top notch, and the food is above average. Ayce
4/12/2008Having played this favorite course two weeks earlier on the day the greens were punched, it was a delight to go back to the usual smooth greens. The course will be in wonderful condition this season if early signs are accurate indicators. Some good work is being done on the holes, most noticeably the changing of the bunker on the first par three, #5. It struck me playing from the gold tees at right under 6,500 yards, just how tough this Pete Dye design can be. Subtle hazards exist all over this course, not to mention the island green par three. Pace of play is always fine here. The ‘players pass’ program is one of the best values around, and includes Reston National. One of the most professional and attentive staffs make this a guaranteed winner to play. Ayce
8/5/2007After playing on fried golf courses for weeks, it was nice to play a green one. The pro when complimented on the conditions muttered that I should see the water bill. I expressed appreciation on behalf of all golfers. This course has really improved in the past two years and despite all the houses remains a course to play. They do a number of outings at Virginia Oaks so be sure to inquire as to what is happening there before heading out. Try the wraps at the 19th hole for a winner. Ayce
3/17/2006Although this course was better before the houses took over, there are two positives now at Virginia Oaks. While always a nice layout, the course suffered from too many close houses and below average playing conditions. Time has allowed the course to settle into the land carved out for golf, even though there is no moving the residences! Conditions have improved and service has as well. This is due to the new management under the Billy Casper group. Tim Woodruff has taken over as GM and brought with him the same zeal for customer service which he was know for in his years in retail at Washington Golf Center. If all the folks who bought clubs from Tim over the years were to get tee times at Va. Oaks, it would be booked til 2010. Go see the new Va. Oaks and say hello to Tim. Ayce
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