Locust Hills Golf Course
|Red (W)||72||5112 yards||69.9||118|
|Black M: 73.8/140||424||588||406||403||178||376||180||505||370||3430||390||438||181||552||432||365||170||529||443||3500||6930|
|White M: 71.4/131||401||563||375||381||152||344||170||471||315||3172||353||420||150||522||377||348||147||474||431||3222||6394|
|Gray M: 68.6/125||375||531||351||345||128||287||160||452||294||2923||317||335||120||470||337||304||132||446||388||2849||5772|
|Red M: 65.5/118 W: 70.4/121||333||501||313||320||110||268||129||407||256||2637||275||283||109||452||239||236||98||414||369||2475||5112|
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Greens just ariated grass needed to be cut
Rained night before so sand traps a mess
Back nine much nicer than front
A good place to play
I was in the area on business. Looking for a place to play and found Locust Hills. It was a fun course to play. The tee boxes fine. The fairways were in good shape and still growing in as its early so i would expect they will only get better. I really enjoyed the greens they rolled really well. Water comes into play on several holes, especially on the back 9. Stay left off the tee on #17 to stay dry. I would play it again if i was out that way.
Had an amazing time playing. The back 9 is immaculate. Would highly recommend.
It’s a drive for us, but a great course for the price.
It’s in good condition and always great pace of play. Hate adding almost an hour drive to/from the course but the price and pace of play keep us coming back.
Nice and relaxing golf round.
Nice course for the price. Relaxing and in pretty good shape. Would like to see more 150 yd white markers on par 4's and par 5's.
Wait until spring
Play the course today. The fairways and rough are in horrible shape. Tres boxes are dirt patches. The green were in good shape but were rock hard. I realize we haven’t had much rain but they could be watered every once in a while. Liked the layout and design but wouldn’t try it again until spring.
Could be so much more
Virtually impossible to find a weekend tee time in Northern Virginia these days so I tried Locust Hill. I agree with many others that the layout is really intriguing. All of the holes are fair, the fairways are wide and the hazards are places in reasonable spots. It's not easy, though. Multiple forced carries off the tee or on the second or third shot. Unfortunately the course conditions are only fair. The tee boxes were bad. Not the worst I have seen but down in that lowest tier. The greens were fine. Not perfect but reasonably good for a public course. The sand was mixed. A few bunkers were in good shape with nice soft white sand. most had a thin layer of brown sand that played almost like sandy dirt. The fairways were pretty sad. Mostly clumps of grass surrounded by dirt or weeds. If you play here, just plan to take preferred lies in the fairway. I walked and mostly that was OK (I'm over 60 and in reasonably good shape) but there are about 5 or 6 times where it is a bit of a hike from green to tee. The price is right and I recommend it for a "practice round" to get out and enjoy the outdoors for a few hours.
Good value for the money
The course is worth the money and the club house has a vast choice of beverages and the food is good, also the staff are very friendly
The staff was awesome, the greens were in good shape, the fairway was like playing off concrete. I was better off playing from the rough.
Course condition has been better
I have played this course many times in the last 10 years and this was probably the worst condition I have ever seen it. No excuse, most other courses in the area are in great shape, lots of rain lately to help the courses. Very disappointing.