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The 45-hole Lansdowne Resort and Spa in the heart of the Virginia wine country will change what you think you know about golf in the Washington D.C. area.
Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club is a public access course in the metropolitan Washington D.C. area. It was built in 1996 and designed by Gary Player, who called the site "perfect for a golf course." The land is very scenic and natural, and the namesake falls run down along the 18th tee box.
Beltway big wigs aren't the only ones in the D.C. area who can enjoy top-notch golf, thanks to the public Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club in northern Virginia. The course is in most parts not only wide open with few parallel holes but affords plenty expansive views of the sparsely populated surroundings - a welcomed sight from the dense metropolis just minutes away.
The nine-hole Sharkbite Course at Lansdowne Resort and Spa near Washington D.C. is perfect for every level of golfer who wants to get in a premium golf experience in less than two hours.
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