Algonkian Regional Park Reviews

47001 Fairway Dr. Sterling, VA 20165
Average Rating: 
3.1
 of 5.0  
Based on 9 member reviews
Average Cost: $62.50        
1 member(s) paid on avg $62.50
Algonkian Regional Park is a public golf course that features 18 holes of fine golf in Loudoun County. This par 72 golf club is located in Sterling, VA. We offer Algonkian Regional Park Tee Times for this course below.
Par: 72 Holes: 18
Phone: 703.450.4655
Website: Algonkian Regional Park
Range: Yes
Courses Near By:
Sterling Golf Club ~ 4 miles, 1757 Golf Club ~ 5 miles,

Algonkian Regional Park Reviews

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Algonkian Regional Park Reviews ~ ( 9 )




Arlington, VA
31 Reviews
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3.0 out of 5.0
  Cost: $62.50
Algonkian is set on a regional park, which is nice because it is isolated and there are no houses around. That also makes for a scenic golf course with lots of wildlife - lots of deer and even a fox. The starter (check in with starter first) was very friendly and made us feel welcome. Pro shop staff was less so and either ignored or didn't recognize my Golfnow rate (which I didn't realize until after the round) so I paid more than I should have. Elevated driving range from mats, but the mats are in good shape and you might hit a deer grazing in the range if you're not careful! The course is rather tight, and a lot of the holes are straight-away and basically back and forth in parallel (this the photos all look like the same hole. That could be dangerous, but there are plenty of mature trees between all the holes to keep errant balls from becoming missiles to the other fairways. Said errant balls can usually be found, so practice your knock-down 3-iron shots on the range... unless you are deadly straight off the tee box, you will use that shot often. Tee boxes were mostly in good shape, as were the fairways - nothing to really complain about for a municipal course. The greens were soft and held the balls well, so you can be a bit aggressive but, perhaps because they were soft, putts didn't always roll true and the break was less than expected, but any such trouble was difficult to identify. One thing I noticed was that the players respected the course, as most all ball marks were repaired and divots filled... rarely have I seen that even in pricy courses. A nice course, but the $63 rate (with cart) is a bit pricey for the area. Still. it is a good course that is reasonably challenging. I would play it again, and the wife liked it, but would put a price tag of $50 or less on it as there are other courses that play better for the current price.

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Vienna, VA
25 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
This course was a pleasant surprise. I've played there several times in the past month. The course has been in very nice condition, although based on some reviews and opinions, it hasn't always been that way. It is generally flat layout, so it's easy to walk. It has no fairway bunkers and the rough is not to penalizing. The bermuda grass on the fairways was thick and lush with very few bald spots. The greens are large with some undulations. Bring your driver and let it rip...

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Vienna, VA
1 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
This course was in near perfect condition. Since the fairways were switched over to Bermuda grass, they have been perfect. The greens were very fast and rolled true. The only downfall was the sand traps. Once they get taken care of, this will be a perfect course.

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Sterling, VA
2 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
Well, I played this golf course the other day and was very pleased. The greens were absolutely great, the tees were very good, and the fairways were really good with the exception of some bad edges - probably the result of some shade or drainage issues. Apparently they had planted some new grass in the fairways recently and they looked absolutely fantastic for the most part. Like playing on carpet. The clubhouse staff was very friendly, and overall I thought it was a great value for the $46 weekday greens fee, which included an 18 hole cart. Definitely worth checking this place out, especially if your not looking to drop $100 on a greens fee.

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Reston, VA
1 Reviews
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1.0 out of 5.0
I would avoid this course no matter what your skill level. Why? I played this course on April 26, 2009 -- it was buggy (nats in eyes every hole despite bug spray) and the fairways were pure dirt. I was very surprised this was not disclosed when I booked my tee time or paid. Also, even if you minus the bugs and fairways, there is nothing aesthetic about the course (at least for the first nine holes) -- no plants, water hazards, etc. Your money is better spent elsewhere.

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Reston, VA
2 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
long and straight. Make sure you bring your driver. Greens were great.

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Bellevue, VA
5 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
This is the first time in about 5 years that Algonkian wasn't soaking wet and/or in some state of repair when I played here. It was nice today - fairways are in good shape, and the greens are looking good (but playing very slow). We had a foursome, got out early, and finished in four hours.

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Leesburg, VA
17 Reviews
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2.0 out of 5.0
This is a good course if you like playing on dirt as hard as concrete. Enough said.

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Springfield, VA
16 Reviews
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2.0 out of 5.0
Fairways were uncut and soggy with puddles from newly planted Bermuda grass. Gnats and other bugs were pesty on some holes. Carts were permitted on cart paths only. Avoid since fees are not discounted until course is ready for normal play.

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