Centreville Virginia Golf Courses

Chantilly National Golf & Country Club
Fairfax National Golf Club - Bull Run/Cedars Course
Fairfax National Golf Club - Cedars/Sudley Course
Fairfax National Golf Club - Sudley/Bull Run Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Chantilly National Golf & Country Club -- Ball Striker's Course
Review by: Bob S. Chantilly is fairly open and forgiving -- wide fairways and large greens. But due to its length you cannot bump it around. Unless you play the women's or seniors tees, you actually need to HIT the ball to get around in a decent score. No sculling it off the tee and still having a decent shot at the green here. Even off the white tees, most players need to hit driver on 12 or 13 holes. The combination makes this rather traditional track a fair test. The turf conditions and greens are generally quite good. But the tee boxes could use work, and there are drainage problems on a few holes. This is not the most visually stunning track you will ever play. No dramatic dog legs or elevation changes. BUT it is a great walker's course. Fairly level, with greens and tees close together. Old style.
From Virginia

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Riverfront Golf Club -- Hidden Gem
Review by: Ben The Riverfront Golf Club may be the best keep secret in the Greater Hampton Roads area. After having a chance to play this course over 100 times I feel that I can really talk about this course since I call it home. I have played just about ever course in the hampton roads area and there is really no comparing the riverfront to any other course in the area, espically what they have to offer. First, the pratice facilty is second to none. One thing I love about the driving range is that the hitting area is so huge they can move the tees everyday and still have room left. The point being you are always hitting off a perfect groomed piece of turf. The putting green is always in wonderful condition and if that is not enough the pratice bunkers and chipping green are always in great shape. Well lets get to the best part the course. You will never need to wonder what your yardage is because they have GPS but if you do it is mark on the course anyways. The course offers such a challenge to ever skill level. However, I would not recommend this track to anyone carrying a handicape over 20. The greens on this course are good enough to hold a Pro Tournament espically a nationwide event. The first couple of holes really get you in a nice flow and then it hits you. Maybe the most challenging hole in the area the Par 4 #3 a crazy 483 yards dogleg right. Just to get a look at the green you need to bomb a 275 yard plus drive down the middle. So it is safe to say that you need to save your best drive of the day for this hole are you will be laying up on a par 4 for sure. With trouble short of the green and right in the form of a marsh hazard the only area to bail out on is to the left and that is not much of a bargin either. After recovering from that hole 4,5, and 6 give you a chance to recover with a couple of nice par 4's and a good par 3 in the middle . The par 4 seventh under the right conditions is driveable.
From Chesapake, VA USA