Fairfax National Golf Club is a Semi-Private, 27 hole golf course facility located in Centreville, Virginia. The course has three nine-hole courses, Antietam, Wilderness, and Bull Run.
Fairfax National Golf Club first opened for play Antietam and Wilderness in 1959. The 3rd nine, Bull Run was added in 1975. The course was designed by Wayne Jerome.
Fairfax National Golf Club was constructed in the true classic design. The layout offers 27 holes spread over 550 acres. Each of our three, nine-hole courses features level to gently rolling, beautifully-manicured fairways and quick, undulating, bent grass greens. These elements are complemented by an array of water hazards and well-groomed bunkers. Towering deciduous shade trees and surrounding forests result in a magnificent outdoor sensory experience.
Antietam/Wilderness: Par 72
Blue Tees: 6,921 yards, 73.2/126
White Tees: 6,530 yards, 71.4/122
Gold Tees: 6,025 yards, 69.3/118
Red Tees: 5,358 yards,70.2/115
Antietam/Bull Run: Par 73
Blue tees: 6,659 yards, 73.2/126
White Tees: 6,265 yards, 71.2/126
Gold Tees: 5,763 yards, 69.7/122
Red Tees: 5,012 yards, 70.4/114
Wilderness/Bull Run: Par 73
Blue tees: 6,564 yards, 73.1/126
White Tees: 6,157 yards, 70.4/124
Gold Tees: 5,680 yards, 69.0/120
Red Tees: 5,014 yards, 70.5/115
The course closed November 2010 ______________________
The course was closed and will be repurposed as a housing development.
$66 (cart included), played on Sunday, July 2009 at 6am
Considering that the Weekend AM rate is $69, you get free range balls and a sleeve of Titlest with that rate. Early on weekends, you can buzz around rather quickly - when the rates go down, the pace of play slows.
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