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Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club

Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club

41601 Raspberry Dr Leesburg, VA 20176-6271 URL:   Course Website

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Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club was built in 1996 and laid out by Gary Player Design, a firm headed by one of the golfing world’s greatest players. From the beginning, we have become one of the most popular daily-fee courses in the Washington (D.C.) area as a fantastic experience for visitors to our area.

Player used a links style in designing Raspberry Falls, an elegant way to make use of our dramatic rolling terrain, meandering streams and spectacular scenery. We have elevated tee boxes and lush bentgrass greens as well.

And you’ll find that one of the biggest tests of your golfing skills on our course will be conquering our deep Scottish-style stacked pot bunkers. As in Scotland, these bunkers have their own names, including “Lee’s Bunker” and “Grant’s Tomb” on No. 11 and “Satan’s Foxhole” on No. 14. It’s understandable that Player would focus on bunkers in his design. After all, he’s one of the best sand players ever to compete in the game of golf.

Course Information for Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Gary Player
72 par, 7,191 yards
74.3 rating, 134 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $98.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Scott Bennett, Golf Professional
Golf Professional: Scott Bennett

Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs
GPS Available
Driving Range

Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Leesburg, VA

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Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club 4.3 5 201 201
worth the 40 minute drive Great lay-out in good condition despite the recent downpours. Bunkers were muddy and some flooded but fortunately I avoided them. Greens were nice but marked up from animals and rude golfers not repairing pitch marks. But rolled nicely and little problem smoothing putting lines. Great scenery with the 18th tee the best spot on the course. Definitely will go back again as this is a top notch facility. June 22, 2015
One of My Favorites The layout and condition of this course are always top notch. I play this course 3-5 times per year and have had nothing but great experiences until a small hiccup yesterday. Usually you are greeted in the parking lot and they load up your cart for you but this didn't happen, no big deal until the starter threw us attitude for seemingly no reason. Chalk it up to one bad experience and the rest of the round was fantastic. June 22, 2015
Excellent Course for a friendly round of golf Course was in excellent condition. The greens had ball divots and that was to be expected as this course gets heavy public and tournament use. But seeing I was one of the early morning rounds, the grounds crew should be tending to these and rolling the greens. But overall the layout, scenery, and challenging layout made this course a lot of fun. June 19, 2015
nice and fun The best course. ... tee box is so much better then last time I play. (A few holes) June 16, 2015
Bad greens Course was in overall good conditions except for the greens. A tournament had played in the morning and the greens showed it. So many ball marks and spike marks hard to really think it was from one day. You could see some pin placement moves that seemed to only be a few feet making some areas of the green just beat down. Everything else with the exception of one bunker was great as always. June 10, 2015
Worth the drive I had played Raspberry Falls in 2004 and figured it was time to return and I was not disappointed. The course was wet from heavy rains the day before but had dried well enough where you could still take carts into most fairways. The traps were in rough shape as mentioned in previous reviews but overall the course was well worth the money I paid on golf now. June 9, 2015
Rainy day golf We had a good day of play, but wet, and enjoyed the course. Lovely open course running through the community at Raspberry Falls. The women's tees make it possible to reach the par fours and a few par fives in regulation. June 5, 2015
Nice course but a couple of issues Overall this course was in good shape and a very nice layout. Lack of GPS and a couple of holes that are hard to know how to play for first timers was an issue. Another annoyance was the inability to drive a cart to the driving range, or to the first tee (or anywhere) until the starter shows up and provides a key to the cart. I was left sitting in the cart in the parking lot until after my designated tee time when finally someone showed up and provided the key. This might have been less annoying if someone had explained that procedure in advance, but no-one did. Pace of play was a full 5 hours with an 8:30 tee time which I thought was slow. In spite of these issues I enjoyed the round and will likely go back, but staff could have mitigated any problems with an explanation for first timers. May 31, 2015
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