Augustine Golf Club
Carved from Stafford County's rolling, emerald green hills, Augustine Golf Club plays across a scenic landscape abundant with mature pines and hardwoods. The pristine white bunkers and the lush fairways contrast nicely with the trees. The course conveniently sits just 30 miles from the Washington Beltway. In 2011 when the golf course was acquired by Raspberry Golf Management, who are responsible for several courses in the area, Augustine underwent major renovations that increased its playability. The greens, fairways, rough, bunkers, and tee boxes were all redone. The layout offers a challenge but is gentle enough for beginners to approach with confidence. Included in a round of golf at Augustine are range balls and unlimited use of the driving range, which has different targets and a large putting green.
|White (W)||71||5871 yards||75.0||136|
|Gold (W)||71||5417 yards||72.3||136|
|Red (W)||71||4892 yards||69.5||136|
|Black M: 73.2/140||406||444||395||562||399||196||417||136||399||3354||423||502||434||433||223||300||396||167||493||3371||6725|
|Blue M: 71.4/137||392||418||368||530||376||188||370||124||377||3143||410||474||412||411||200||289||371||136||463||3166||6309|
|White M: 69.4/132 W: 75.0/136||357||396||335||503||342||182||340||94||343||2892||372||454||383||388||184||283||352||122||441||2979||5871|
|Red M: 67.2/126 W: 72.3/130||323||373||294||467||311||175||314||90||314||2661||340||430||341||368||167||256||327||109||418||2756||5417|
|Gold M: 64.8/120 W: 69.5/124||282||300||294||411||288||169||314||90||280||2428||340||359||299||347||143||237||283||91||365||2464||4892|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Great round of golf.
The course was in good shape, greens were a little slow, but the fairways were in very good shape.
Nice course -- will play again
The course forces you to be creative. There are a lot of less than driver holes that leave a long iron in. The greens, tee boxes, and fairways were all in great shape. However, the rough had a few patchy spots (not a big deal). I recommend playing early so you don't get caught in beach traffic driving down 95. I'll definitely play again.
This course is local for me, and therefore extremely convenient to get out and play on. Despite that, this course is always in great condition and can be challenging depending on the tees you select to play from. The course layout forces you to keep the driver in the bag on some of the par fours and few holes are wide open and forgiving from the tee box. Will certainly be back to play again soon!
The course has a great layout.
My Brother and I traveled an hour each to play today. This round was booked during the COVID issue and restrictions were in place. Overall the course was in great shape. Fairways were well maintained. Bunkers had strange disintegrated bags in them. The greens had a few mad spots but overall good. Staff was warm and friendly. Lunch was amazing. Due to the COVID issue, all of the water dispensers had been removed. All ball washers had been removed. As it was a 95 degree day, it would have been nice to have had one of the course employees selling water on the course itself. It would have been nice if the starter/marshal advised us of the lack of water on the course. Otherwise, it was a great day.
Course not crowded. Able to play at great pace. Overall condition was fair, needing some work. Weekday pricing should be a bit less.
The bunkers had sand. The course layout and condition is good for the most part. Warmer temps should help the grass around the greens.
The bunkers are not playable on most holes.
Worst course ever
$70 on a Monday? Ok no problem! Course must be great.....worst course ever, it was like playing in a swamp and the greens were in bad shape as well, overpriced!!!!
A good layout with risk/reward
A fun course with a good layout. Plenty of thought provoking second shots, and creek crosses a number of holes. Fairways are in great shape - greens are still coming in. Decent pace of play. Sara andvTom, starter and Marshalll, are friendly, courteous and keep things moving.
New season at Augustine
Course is getting better. Staff friendly and helpful. Great layout Effective with COVID procedures. Always enjoy the day there.
Augustine Golf course is very organized and follows all health safety rules!
One thing is very evident. The staff and management of Augustine Golf Course were fully prepared and also made sure everybody followed all health safety rules. The golf course is in fine condition considering the wet weather the area has had for the past few days.
Avoid for now
Course has a great layout but the grass has not grown in the fairways or the fringe. I suggest waiting to play this course after mid may.
Great layout. Sparse grass on fairways
Grass is really thin. Sparse around the greens as well. Hopefully aeration is coming soon as well as overseeing. Most course in the area are plush right now.
The course was generally is lousy shape. Much of the grass around the greens was all but nonexistent.
We appreciated the opportunity to play golf on such a beautiful course with the all the fears and restrictions that we are all experiencing at this time in our country. The recommendations and guidelines implemented by club management to ensure the safety and health of the players were excellent while enabling avid golfers to still enjoy their favorite activity. Courses that have closed during this time are missing out on a great opportunity to provide our communities with an excellent venue to enjoy an outside activity that allows for a good amount of physical activity and enjoyment. We plan to play this course again soon. Thanks. Bill
Don't Play Augustine GC in April, 2020
I regret to have to recommend that you don't play Augustine GC in April, 2020 as there is NO GRASS on any of the fairway, the greens were aerated in early April and are mostly sand and they won't tell you any of this unless you ask. Most golfers know this is a Bermuda grass course but they usually over seed in the spring and fall to make it playable. They aren't doing that now and you will find you will be hitting the ball off of essentially dirt and a small amount of dead grass. And because VA has the only golf courses open during the pandemic, they charged us $75 on a weekend and we still had to pay $10 for range balls! Simply not honest or fair. Regrets, G. Colton
Course was in Surpisingly Good Condition
I was pleasantly surprised that the course was in such good condition. It has been five years or more since I played it, and I had heard that the fairways were fine but the greens were not. We had to play the front nine twice because the greens on the back nine were being aerated. The front nine greens had been aerated recently. Nevertheless, for the most part the greens rolled fairly true, and given a little time should be great. Because of the coronavirus, each player had his own cart. While we were disappointed that we couldn't play the back nine, overall we had a very enjoyable and safe round.
Good local course
Enjoy this course for its challenging holes but the greens are in rough condition and desperately need attention. Great staff ... I look forward to returning later in the season and hopefully better greens.