The Best for Less
Why pay as much as the family grocery tab just to play a round of golf? You don't have to.
We asked some of the highest-priced courses in the area for their best deals. Most charge premium rates on weekend mornings but cut prices during hard-to-sell hours, particularly after 3 p.m. In addition to the weekend deals listed below, most offer considerable savings on weekdays, at midday and twilight.
For contact information on each course, see the interactive map.
|Fairfax National Golf Club||Weekends after 3 p.m., $40 (regularly $69)|
|Pleasant Valley Golf Club||Weekends after 4 p.m., $42 (half price)|
|Westfields Golf Club||Weekends after 3 p.m., $69 (regularly $104)|
|Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club||Weekends after 3 p.m., $67 (regularly $98)|
|Bristow Manor Golf Club||Fridays and weekends after 4 p.m., $25 (regularly $65)|
|Bull Run Golf Club||Weekends after 1 p.m., $70 (regularly $90)|
|Old Hickory Golf Club||Friday to Sunday after 2 p.m., $61 (regularly $91)|
|Cross Creek Golf Club||Weekends after 3:30 p.m., $29 (regularly $69)|
|Blue Mash Golf Course||Friday to Sunday after 3 p.m., $59 (regularly $85)|
|Hampshire Greens||Weekends after 3 p.m., $40 (regularly $66)|
And if your credit card is maxed out and you're a week away from payday, but you gotta play a round, consider the area's two bargain-priced layouts. For other low-priced rounds, visit the interactive map and search for courses by price: $ or $$. See also the nine-hole courses shown on the map.
|Gunpowder Golf Club||$19 for 18 holes on weekends (walking)|
|Sterling Golf Course||$25 for 18 holes on weekends (walking)|
SOURCE: Compiled by Washington Post Staff Writers | Graphic: The Washington Post