1. Camilla Peterson

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    Decent driving range overall! Two levels and lots of space so you should find a spot quickly. OK upkeep. Some people could do a little better with taking their trash with them as some stalls were pretty messy. Top level is open air which means it is weather dependent but on the up side bright and airy. I had heard the views were good here but don’t expect to see any from the driving range.Get a range card for discounts on balls ($35 minimum start up fee but you can add as much or as little as you like after that). Alternatively you can purchase a 50 ish balls token for $7 which isn’t bad. Fairly sure the ball machine didn’t give me anywhere near 50 but I was too polite to kick it with this being my first time. Love that you can borrow clubs. They have them in the small shop opposite where you get your balls (FYI the shop also sells beer). The lady just let me help myself to whatever I wanted which was nice. Kind of a pain to get to if you don’t have a car (you can walk it, biking would be easier, lots of car parking space if you have one). I walked and loved all the views on the way in of the monument, memorials, and river.

  2. Tim Graves

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    This is a fun municipal golf course. 2 nine holes courses and a 18 hole. I played the 18 hole. The native grass and the tree lined fairways make this flat but challenging course an enjoyment to play! Very easy to walk if you are looking for some exercise! Greens are not perfect but are very fair! I walked-on on a Monday morning in early June with no problem. Very close to the National Mall, I could see the Washington Monument on most every hole, Jefferson Monument popped out from behind a tree on occasion. If you have someone doing the conference thing in DC and need to kill some time playing golf this is great choice! Even the locals do not know this place is here!

  3. Andrew Baisch

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    Overall a very good venue. The courses are nice, driving range is large and has a ton of bays, three nice putting greens, and there’s plenty of parking.On the downside, the range is entirely mats and there’s no easily accessible area to practice chipping or your short game. You can rent time on the practice holes if you want to practice your short game, but there’s limited availability.Don’t leave your clubs for regripping if the usual club repair guy isn’t there. I’ve had him replace a few shafts in the past and he replaced my putter grip once. He’s fast and does a good job. I took my irons and woods (12 clubs) in today and he wasn’t around. The guy behind the desk insisted he could regrip them and it would take 30-45 min. I returned 45 min. later and they weren’t done. Someone else was at the desk and he told me he would check on them. 20 min. later when I returned he had no idea what I was there for and hadn’t bothered to check. The clubs were returned to me 80 min. after I dropped them off and the work was sloppy with grip tape sticking out the bottom of most grips. I took them home and trimmed it myself.

  4. Ronald Mochinski

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    My first time there 6/11/14. Loved it! (Minus one star cause the clubhouse could probably use some updating – as well as the driving range.) The course if fantastic for beginners and intermediate. (I played blues 9 hole). Some of the reviews were dissing the place cause they said it was too easy. Hey, there’s nothing wrong with wide-open fairways. Great way to work on your game without looking for balls all day.

  5. Angélica G

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    Love this spot on Hains point, it’s super accessible from downtown with vistas of a few monuments and the SW waterfront. Three courses, one 18-hole and two 9-hole and a mini-golf course; it’s one of the oldest operating courses in the country. They have food, beer and wine. The patrons are fun, friendly neighborhood type folk from all over DC. The staff is super friendly. I always have a great time here.