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41601 Raspberry Dr
Leesburg, VA  20176-6271
United States
P: (703) 779-2555
F: (703) 779-8721
Raspberry Falls Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,191 yards | 134 slope

74.3 rating | Bent grass

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Raspberry Falls Golf Course

The 18-hole "Raspberry Falls" course at the Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club facility in Leesburg, Virginia features 7,191 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.3 and it has a slope rating of 134 on Bent grass. Designed by Gary Player, the Raspberry Falls golf course opened in 1996. Raspberry Golf Management manages this facility, with Dan Camarda as the General Manager.

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Reviewed May 08, 2020

The course has been affected by too much rain so it has been cart path only for several days. The course itself is meticulously maintained. Most T times have been sold out each day for the past several days/weeks. The staff has been very good, helpful and vigilant in keeping players starting on time and moving at reasonable speed. I would highly recommend this course; reserve early is my recommendation.

Reviewed August 23, 2012

Came out to the course yesterday for the first time in about 4 or 5 years since I had a bad experience previously. They must have a new pro or something because it was a complete 180. Outside staff was helpful and cordial, the pro shop staff was all smiles and polite, even the starter wasn't too bad. Course itself in in great shape for this time of the year in the DC area where courses suffer a lot because of the heat. Tees were perfect, fairways were great, and the greens were very good considering they said they aerated only 8 days beforehand. I was very impressed with the course and staff this time as opposed to last time. Only big difference I saw that I didn't like was about 1/3 of the old sodded faced bunkers have been grown in to normal faces. I asked the pro shop guy why and he said simply the cost to keep the sodded ones is too high right now, but they still have the majority of them and have plans to reface all the bunkers in the next 2 years.

Reviewed June 13, 2012

Played here for the first time last week and was extremely impressed. We had heard tremendous things about the course and decided to check it out on a Saturday. Was in by far the best shape of any course I have played this year.

Reviewed June 13, 2012

One of the best designs I have ever played, some of the tee shots were awesome. the condition is almost like a private course. staff went above and beyond to make sure we enjoyed ourselves. will definitely be back soon.

Reviewed April 08, 2012

I was a little hesitant to pay $105, but upon playing yesterday I am sold! The course is in fantastic shape early in the season. Staff was great about getting up checked in, to the range, and out on the course quickly. The third hole maybe the prettiest in the state, breathtaking tee shot.

Reviewed April 08, 2012

Went out and played with my husband this morning. Beautiful course, very well kept. Marshall was out helping move everyone along. The two assistant professionals in were very funny with each other and helpful.

Reviewed April 08, 2012

Fantastic course. The greens were in tremendouse shape and rolled pretty quick for april. staff was very good in the shop, extremely knowledgeable and courteous. worth every penny.

Reviewed September 19, 2011

I have read a lot about this course and decided to finally pay the price to play it this weekend. I loved the layout and staff. I was greeted by a guy in a red vest and bowtie, little over the top, but he was friendly. Overall the staff was great, very accomodating and talkative. The range was cool with a practice pitching area and bunker. The course was great, and conditions were surpsingly good after the summer we have had. While I do not play a lot of golf for over $100, most of the courses I get to play were burnt out this summer. It looks like most of Raspberry's grass survived just fine. I saw only a few spots that were recovering from being burnt out, fairways and greens were awesome. I also had lunch in their grill after finishing my round. The burger was great, get Brians barbeque burger special. It may not be healthy, but tasted great. I look forward to my next trip out to Raspberry.

Reviewed September 08, 2011

Very pretty scenery with the mountains in the background, only a few sporadic houses on the course, and none are in play. Greens were in great shape and rolled quicker than any course ive played this summer, fairways a little burnt in some spots but that is to be expected with the heat. Loved the GPS in the carts and the staff was great from the start to the end. Will definately be back shortly.

Reviewed September 08, 2010

Played end of August, 2010 and was shocked at the terrible conditions. Six years ago this was one of the premier, destination courses. What happened? I know the summer was tough but $105 for these conditions is inexcusible. Pay less and play Musket Ridge or pay another $20 and play Bulle Rock. Greens were burnt, tee boxes were terrible. Awful.

Reviewed August 22, 2009

Reviewed August 19, 2009

Last time (and only time) I played here, my group was rushed around the course and there wasnt even a group behind us. I mean the marshall stood beside us on the tees on 3 holes. Ok course, construction going on so not worth the money. Might be better now , but not interested.

Reviewed June 20, 2009

Reviewed May 17, 2009

My first round was on a balmy April day with a constant steady rain falling 80% of the round. Greens drained very well and the fairways were a bit soppy but OK. $46 for a weekday round about noon. About 4 other people on the course besides me. Great day.

I say it was my first round because I will definitely be back here soon. Great course layout- the designer(s) really took advantage of the natural setting of the land to create a personal course with a lot of character. The waterfall on 18 was really nice- hit an extra ball from the tips on that hole (or at least go back and sit for a second). Also the difficulty level seemed just perfect at this course.

Would reccomend to any golfer. Raspberry is a very well maintained course with a great layout that is still playable.

Reviewed April 02, 2009

I played this course on a cold day for $40. At that price it is fabulous. Very very nice place. If you can afford the $96 you will enjoy it but they have good afternoon rates. I hate waiting too so I understand the previous posts

Reviewed March 27, 2009

Reviewed March 25, 2009

Great Course

Reviewed April 25, 2008

This is a must play! The course was in excellent shape and the staff was very professional and courteous. One of the best layouts anywhere, most of the holes are wide open and beg you to grip it and rip it. 3 and 18 have 2 of the best tee shots in the state and 10 and 11 might be the toughest holes back to back anywhere. It is well worth the price!

Reviewed May 15, 2006

Nice Course with Some Cool Holes

A bit pricey relative to comparable courses. I agree with a previous reviewer that play can be a bit slow at times. At $96 dollars there shouldn't be a lot of hackers playing, so I'm not sure what the answer is to that, possibly just booking the times too tight. Regardless, the course is still well worth a play and deserves a chance for you to make your own opinion.

Reviewed May 01, 2006


So, they've got a guy at the cart barn that wears a bow tie. Big flippin deal! They've got a nice range, and practice facility, and the course is pretty nice, but it ain't worth more then $50 to play. I suppose as long as people are stupid enough to pay $96 to play here, and pack the place I suppose they'll be smart enough to charge it. Wasn't worth the money to me. But to each his own. It's not a bad layout, but my pet peeve is pace of play, and when I pay this much for golf I better not be waiting on every shot.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Matt R. N/A 46 46 04/25/11
2 Ted L. 36 99 63 03/07/09
3 David D. 22 88 66 07/26/10
4 Rem C. 13 80 67 08/25/15
5 Joseph L. 26 95 69 07/27/10
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
74 Barry L. 17 104 85 04/21/18
15 Alan H. 16 96 80 08/02/16
68 Kenny B. N/A 82 82 05/26/16
4 Rem C. 13 80 67 08/25/15

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About Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club

Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club

Community facility

Managed by Raspberry Golf Management

18 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Dan Camarda, General Manager
Willy Lutz, Golf Professional
Steve Cohoon, CGCS, Superintendent
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