Swing: A Guide to Washington D.C. Area Golf

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PANO: TopGolf
Alexandria, Va.: This course scores well for mix of golf, tech and beer.
» PANO: Inside the Field
» PANO: From the Bay

» AUDIO: Need a Lesson?
» Fun, Within Range
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PANO: Whiskey Creek
Ijamsville, Md.: The ruins of a 19th-century house provide a one-of-a-kind obstacle on the 18th fairway at Whiskey Creek Golf Club.
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Video: Segway Golf
The two-wheeled, electric-powered, computer-driven, gyroscopically balanced transporter has been tricked out for the golf course.
» Cruising at Landsdowne

Interact

Liza Abood: Tips & Tricks
Friday, May 5: Liza Abood, Olney Golf Park, will be online at 1:30 p.m. ET to provide tips and tricks for playing golf.
» And the Survey Shows... Most Men Don't Want Female Instructors.

» Join the Conversation
open mic Open Mic: Now that you've heard what we think, let us know what you are thinking.

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Editor: Craig Stoltz Art Director: Liliane V. Duncan
Interactive Producer: Laura Cochran
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