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Bluemont Park

Tight fairways, hills, trees, and a creek all come into play on this course. 3in. Tees and 4 Pin placements on every hole. Plays like 27 holes.
ID Number : 8598
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PDGA Directory : Bull Run Regional Park

Tight finesse course; extended tees added in 1998. $4 entrance fee to park for non-residents. Shady, with hardwood & pine mixture. Concession stand w/discs & T-shirts available.
(703) 631-0833 Work: (703) 705-6966
ID Number : 8599
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PDGA Directory : Burke Lake Park

Rolling wooded hills, with alternate tees on all holes. Discs for sale, snackbar, rental boats, train and carousel. Park phone: (703) 323-6600. Entrance fee to park for non-residents in summer and on weekends.
ID Number : 8600
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PDGA Directory : Calvert Road Park

Beautiful layout. World class course has 16 extended tees. Park kept up very well. Wood chips surround all baskets to function as greens. Course next to picnic area. area, play areas. New tees and alternate pins added in 1999.
ID Number : 8604
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PDGA Directory : Pohick Bay Regional Park

$4 admission fee into park for non-Fairfax Co. residents. Very tightly wooded course requiring precise throws. Mini-golf, snackbar (sells discs), pool, boat ramp, camping, and other facilities in park.
(703) 494-3619
ID Number : 8602
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PDGA Directory : Seneca Creek State Park

Seneca plays up and over and around some beautiful rolling hills. With both pro and amateur cement tees on each hole, and three different pin positions on almost every hole, flexibility is the name of the game at Seneca. The course is also extremely well manicured, with white ropes marking the out-of-bounds jail areas and all along the OB Seneca Creek on the signature hole #11. The course plays LONG and mostly in the open, but there are many disc-eating cedar trees which are a real challenge to avoid. Most holes are next to some thick woods, but it isn’t too hard to keep your disc out of them. Given the beautiful terrain and the landscaping of the course, I find Seneca to be simply one of the top courses I’ve played, and worth a road trip. On weekends and holidays, the park charges a $1 admission fee, except in the winter, when $.50 (honor system) is all that is required to get through the toll gate. Restrooms and water are available at the park office.
ID Number : 8603
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