Laurel Hill Golf Club Reviews

8701 Laurel Crest Drive Lorton, VA 22079
Average Rating: 
3.9
 of 5.0  
Based on 15 member reviews
Average Cost: $47.50        
2 member(s) paid on avg $47.50
Laurel Hill Golf Club is a public golf course that features 18 holes of fine golf in Fairfax County. This par 71 golf club is located in Lorton, VA. We offer Laurel Hill Golf Club Tee Times for this course below.
Par: 71 Holes: 18
Phone: 703.493.8849
Website: Laurel Hill Golf Club
Range: Grass
Courses Near By:
Pohick Bay Regional Par... ~ 3 miles, Burke Lake Golf Center... ~ 4 miles,

Laurel Hill Golf Club Reviews

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Laurel Hill Golf Club Reviews ~ ( 15 )




Arlington, VA
58 Reviews
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5.0 out of 5.0
  Cost: $45.00
Cost: Used the Tee Time Golf Pass, with 4 Players. $45 per player

Conditions: Greens had been Aerated, but like always the greens are always fast. The fairways were green and fast also.

Pace of Play: On Par. Finished our round in 4 hours.

Staff: Great Staff.

Food Service: Did not see a Beverage Cart person, but when we finished, we did stop inside to get something to eat. They took the food up several notches. No longer Golf Course Food, but some great choices.

On Course Facilities: They need to install a Bathroom on the course for women. The group in front had two women, and when we came off the 9th, we noticed the group in front had stopped to allow the 2 women to use the facilities at the Pro Shop. Think this has been an issue for this course for years. Fairfax County needs to think about this.

Overall Exp: Love this place.

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Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
If only to give a more recent report on the conditions-they were good, although the course was showing a bit of the affects of the lack of rain. The only reason I play this course and pay $50 during the week is to support my golf association. There are equal or better courses in the area for less. I've begun to believe that the reason that Fairfax County built this course was to attract tournaments to the detriment of the weekly golfer.

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Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
  Cost: $50
Still too pricey for my wallet, but my golf association cuts a deal twice a year. Fairways had recently been aerated, but were coming back nicely. Greens were fast and true.

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Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
The course was in much better shape than in the spring, but it's still pricey. Hint: Play at least one tee forward from where you usually do and explore a multiple play pass to reduce the bite.

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Springfield, VA
1 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
The course was fun to play. Surrounding area doesn't have much to look at, but there is an old prison in sight in parts of the course. The tee markers are actually modeled after the guard towers, a neat addition.

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Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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3.0 out of 5.0
I played this course when it opened a couple of years ago, and my most distinct memory is that it was very expensive. Our golf association got a deal, so I tried it again. The course was still showing the signs of having had all fairways and greens punched, thus my average ratings. I'm not sure what Fairfax County had in mind when it designed a course that's just too long for the average golfer-maybe for tournaments? Also, except for the yardage markers at every fifty yards, it appeared that all of the intermediate plates had been pulled up, which made it very difficult to figure out yardages. I also find it interesting that there have been so few recent reviews of what is supposed to be one of the best in Northern Virginia.

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Arlington, VA
1 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
Bad attitude from the staff has ruined the experience for the last time for me. This course has developed a bad reputation for its staff, despite being a nice course. Pace of play is ridiculously slow, but you can only get a good tee time if you are a "member" (even though it is a Fairfax County *muni* course). Too many other good courses to play to have to deal with these guys- I'll play Old Hickory or Cannon Ridge next time.

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Centreville, VA
27 Reviews
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2.0 out of 5.0
We were very disappointed that we were not told ahead of time that the greens had been aerated. We proceeded to play the course and at hole #5 the lone ranger came along. We had been waiting on the group ahead for the most part but were told he needed to keep up with his time sheet. I agree players should keep up but after paying $400 for which is supposed to be an enjoyable experience I felt mentally fatigued and sorry I ever played Laurel Hill!

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Arlington, VA
58 Reviews
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2.0 out of 5.0
Because of a recent Thunderstorm that hit the Washington area, the day before our round at Laurel Hills, we were told by the Starter, it was Cart Path Only. I was matched with a cute senior couple and a gentlemen who claims he was a disabled vet with leg problems. "DO YOU GET THE PICTURE - CART PATH ONLY". The fairways were damp and not muddy and the bunkers had been washed out, which did not deter us from playing a round. The group in front of our group was slow, but that is something one deals with when you need to locate get your golf ball which is located on the other side of the fairway away from the cart path. When we came off the 9th and headed to the 10th tee box, we noticed the group that was in front of us had stopped long enough to get something to eat and drink. So, as we pulled up to the 10th tee box, they were just teeing off. The 10th is a short Par 4, reachable by stronger Golfers. Anyway, as we waited for them to clear the fairway, the group behind us pulled up and asked what was going on. We told them, the group just finished hitting off the fairway and was headed to the greens. This is when the fun starts. So, we tee off and head to our respective golf balls and wait for the group in front to get off the greens. We hear someone screaming at us to hit our balls. We turn and its the group behind the group that is behind us. WAIT! We paid $74.00 to ride a golf cart on the cart path, walk to our golf balls, and listen to rude person "who works at the course and plays for free" scream at us to hit our 2nd shot at the group still on the greens? I'm sure Northern Virginian's and Fairfax Park Authorities is pleased at what they have accompished. I only hope someone will tell the county to look into this matter. NOTE: MONEY IS TIGHT ENOUGH - DON'T PUSH PAYING CUSTOMERS AWAY, SO A FEW CAN PLAY FOR FREE

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Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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3.0 out of 5.0
$74 for a weekday round anywhere in the D.C. area just doesn't cut it, unless you're a Fairfax County resident, and, even then, it's $44 and change. Course was in good condition, and it's an interesting and challenging track, but I gave it a three on "Overall Course Conditions," due to its unusually high price. So, try it once, then maybe play it once a year(we play Stonewall yearly for their weekday Senior rate of $59), and get thee to equal or better courses such as Augustine, Bristow Manor, and Virginia Oaks. At some time they may come to their senses and offer a reduced rate pass for non-residents like the other County courses.

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Wellington, VA
4 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
Great deal @ 4:00 ($34) while the light is late.

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Baltimore, MD
138 Reviews
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5.0 out of 5.0
Don't look for any favors from this course, it plays very hard. The course is in very good condition and it was nice and fluffy your ball sits up like every shot is on a tee but that is all the help you are going to get here. The yardage is not marked very well and it was a little tough to judge. Wrong club selection cost me 3-5 strokes but I have only played once in 5 weeks so I was a little off. Check this course out your money will be well spent I promise you that. Oh and get ready for two monsters on 15 and 18 almost 1200 yards between the two of them from the tips.

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Pimmit, VA
11 Reviews
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5.0 out of 5.0
A bit pricey, but this may be the best muni I've ever played. At least 6 BRUTAL holes. It's a challenge. Fairways were better last year when they wouldn't allow carts off the paths. Noticably more beat up not that carts are allowed on the fairways. As good as it gets in this area.

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Washington, DC
11 Reviews
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5.0 out of 5.0
A very long but great track, will go back again and again. Will be challenged and you will have to hit alot of long and straight balls...close to DC..they made good use of the Lorton prison.

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Baltimore, MD
23 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
Architect Bill Love has delivered a masterpiece! It has ample room off the tee, but there is a preferred line of attack on every hole. The land is extremely rolling, but there is never a mountain goat feel to the course. Also, the views of the prison guardhouses is kind of neat. Definitely a must play.

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