Westpark Golf Club

Almost Spring Golfer



Course: Westpark Golf Club
Address: 59 Clubhouse Drive
  Leesburg, VA 22075
County: Loudoun
Phone: 703-777-7023
Website: www.westparkgc.com
Rates 2012 In-Season
Monday - Friday42Greens fees and cart
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays52Greens fees and cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
8/3/2007I love to play this course when the ground is hard as drives go so much farther. I was one over with two holes to go when that realization hit me, a fact that led to bogies on 17 and 18 🙁 This course is always fun but when it is this dry, it becomes a lot easier. Hopefully some rain will restore it to the more lush conditions that the creeks throughout the course help accent. The creeks on this day were bone dry! The chipping green has been shut down, but the greens on the course were in good shape. Ayce
4/10/2006This half century old track remains one of the best bargains for golf. Call for rates as weekends have three price points. Once on the course you will see lush conditions most of the year. Sure the July/August heat takes its toll here, but the creek on the property is subtle reminder that the area is in somewhat of a flood plain so greenery flourishes. I like the way the course starts off with some twists and turns for the first third, as if to sharpen your shot making skills for the remainder. The next twelve holes seem almost like a breather after the first 6 holes. These dozens holes are characterized by some grip n rip opportunities with adequate bail outs. I have lots of neat memories on this course which just keeps plugging along under the capable management of Mike Elias (a good pro for lessons.) Ayce
10/2/2005This has been one of my favorite secret courses to play due to the access, price, layout, and staff so I was a little disappointed to see this venerable course in such bad shape recently. The fairways were rock hard due to the drought, but greens were OK. Felt like a youngster again as drives went forever, but soon tired of hitting off hardpan offered up as fairway. With recent rains hopefully this course with spring back. Ayce
3/22/2004The weather of the past few months has been extremely unkind to this venerable gem. The creeks that wind throughout the course flooded several times causing lots of work to be done in recent weeks. The reward is a Westpark that is improved over last year bunkers reworked, brush cleared, trees trimmed, and the usual true rolling greens. Still one of the area bargains, the course has a relaxed atmosphere uncharacteristic of many courses around. The food prepared in Heathers Sidehill Grille (she is the Pros wife) has a home cooked flair testifying to the staffs attempts to make you enjoy their course. Despite the lack of foliage the course was plenty green with fairways and rough that had the look of May. Come to Westpark and have fun noticing the differences from the past. Ayce
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