Bull Run Golf Club is located In the heart of Virginia's horse country, just minutes away from historic Civil War sites. This Rick Jacobson-designed layout is one of the Washington, D.C., area's most outstanding golf courses.
Jacobson's aim at Bull Run was to preserve the look of the land and create a player friendly course that also has loads of challenges for the more daring hitters. You'll find wide fairways done in a concave/convex shape that steer the ball toward the center. There are large landing areas, sometimes defined by grass hollows, bunkers or trees.
The course has drawn a great deal of praise, including being named as Golf Magazine's best new public course in 1999; the Washington Times called Bull Run the 'best public course in the D.C. area' in 2000; and Washington Golf Monthly named the course to the mid-Atlantic's '100 Must-Play Courses.'
Here's why golfers love Bull Run. It is a very scenic course that meanders through acres and acres of undeveloped scenic meadows, ponds and woodlands. Where the typical course covers an area of 120 to 130 acres, this tract stretches across more than 450.
|05/28/2010||Bull Run Golf Club under new ownership/management!|