Greendale Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation course
featuring 148 acres of rolling terrain with asphalt cart paths. The
course provides a challenging design with tight Bermuda fairways and
several water hazards. The 17th hole offers a spectacular view of the
entire course and surrounding area.
Greendale's facilities include a practice putting green, modern
clubhouse with food service, golfing supplies, club and power cart
rentals. Private golf lessons and group outing packages are also
available. The course and clubhouse are accessible to people with
Sign-up for your Virginia State Golf Association Handicap (VSGA) at
Greendale Golf Course
The annual fee of $40 entitles you to:
Full access to the Golf Handicap and Information Network (GHIN)
both in our clubhouse & on-line
Eligibility to play in Greendale tournaments
Subscription to eRevision, a service that e-mails your handicap to
you after each revision
Bi-monthly subscription to Virginia Golfer, a publication of the
For more information, please contact Greendale Golf Course at 703-971-6170.
Clubhouse & Pro Shop
Greendale Golf Course boasts a fully stocked clubhouse including a
full service pro shop and snack bar.
The pro shop offers an extensive selection of the latest golf
equipment, clothing and accessories.
Food & Beverage Services
Greendale Golf Course offers a wide variety of food services for all
types of palates. Our menu offers light fare, with fresh sandwiches
made daily, assorted beverages, and a wide selection of snacks. Our
food service can serve large groups or just individuals. Our food is
a perfect way to complement any outing or tournament.
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Greendale Golf Course
The first hole has a dog-leg to the right. This par 4 offers a
challenge. Suggested club use from the tee box is either a
three wood or driver, 220-260 yards. Do not try to hit over the
trees to the right. Be sure to select an appropriate club on
the second shot, the lay is all uphill. This hole is the number
one handicap hole."
It is suggested to hit towards the bunker to the left of the
green for the tee-shot. The fairway first slopes to the left,
then to the right. This is an easy, wide open par 5, a
potential birdie hole.
Be sure to not hit left or long on this par 3 hole. The green
slopes back to front with bunkers on either side.
This hole is a par 4, with a dog-leg to the left. Your tee shot
should be straight down the fairway approximately 200 to 220
yards. For long ball hitters, hit over the trees to the left,
around the corner of the dog leg (about 240 to 260 yards). With
this approach, your second shot should be with a pitching
wedge, onto the green.
Even though this par 4 is straight, it is narrower than the
previous par 4 holes. Be sure to hit your tee shot straight, up
the slope. There are trees on both sides of this hole.
This is an extremely changeing par 3 hole. There are bunkers an
either side of the sloping green. If you are too short, you
will be in the water hazard. If you hit too long, you will be
chipping up a hill.
For long ball hitters, this par 5 hole is ideal. For those that
can not hit as long, lay-up your second shot short of the creek
that crosses the fairway and runs along the left side of the
Be sure to use proper club selection on this par 3 hole, in
order to clear the length of the pond. Watch for the trees on
On this par 4 you want to aim a little to the left. There is a
dog leg to the right. The fairway slopes left to right. If you
are too far to the right, your shot will be blocked by tall
This hole has a large pond in front of the tee-box and on the
left. There is a large landing area to the right of the pond.
For long ball hitters, hit over the pump house on this left
dog-leg, par 4 hole. Use a nine iron or pitching wedge to the
This par 4 seems straight, however, don&apost hit to the
left of the directional flag in the fairway. There is a drop
off to the left into the pond.
A fairly straight par 4, this hole has a great deal of space on
the right. The best approach to the green is from the right
side of the fairway.
This is an extremely difficult par 4 hole. Watch for the
concrete spillway. Try to pass it in the middle of the fairway.
This is a very narrow landing area. Be sure to not hit too far
to the left or right. This is the number two handicap hole.
This is an extremely easy par 3. A confidence builder after the
challenging hole number 13.
This par 4 has water on the right and trees on both sides of
the fairway and green. You can play this hole differently. Use
a 4 or 5-iron off the tee to keep the ball in play. Play an
extra club to the green which is uphill.
Hole number 16 is an extremely long par 3. Use a long iron or
wood off the tee to reach the green. The entire hole is uphill.
This par 4 hole has a sharp incline and then decline on the
fairway, which is extremely narrow. This hole offers a
spectacular view of the course. Try to hit to the landing zone
steep uphill with a 4-iron or 5-wood. Use an 8 to a 6-iron to
the green which is then on the decline. Be sure to ring the
bell after completion so those behind you know it is safe to
This is a great finishing par 5. There is a slight dog-leg to
the left. Hit to the right side of the fairway from the
elevated tee-boxes. Lay up your next shot around the 100 yard
marker. Bunkers guard both sides of the green.