Lee's Hill Golf Club is located in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia, approximately one hour south of Washington D.C. and one hour north of Richmond, VA. From it's celebrated opening in 1993, the course has attracted excellent reviews and was immediately listed in the top ten in Northern Virginia.
There are some elevation changes among the eighteen holes but, for the most part, the course follows the Massaponax Creek basin through lush Virginia hardwoods and wetlands. After the ferocious battle of Fredericksburg in 1862, General Robert E. Lee and his troops spent the winter on this property. When you play the 12th hole, look into the woods just beyond the mounds on the left side of the fairway. These historical trenches were the accommodations for the men of Lee's Confederate Army.
Lee's Hill Golf Club truly gives golfers the best of the past and present. The championship layout is a Bill Love (of Ault, Clark and Associates) design that opened in 1993 and is still one of the most popular courses in Virginia. The turf conditions are among the best available anywhere!
Plan a visit to 'do battle' at Lee's Hill in the near future and bring your camera -you won't regret it!