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59 Clubhouse Dr SW
Leesburg, VA  20175-4201
United States
P: (703) 777-7023
F: (703) 669-1201
www.westparkgc.com
Westpark Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,521 yards | 121 slope

71.1 rating


Westpark Golf Course


The 18-hole "Westpark" course at the Westpark Golf Club facility in Leesburg, Virginia features 6,521 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.The course rating is 71.1 and it has a slope rating of 121. Designed by Edmund B. Ault, ASGCA, the Westpark golf course opened in 1968. Bart Bullock manages the course as the General Manager/Superintendent.

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Reviewed March 27, 2016

Nice course for the value.

Played Westpark as a break on my way from Dulles to New York. I was looking for a relatively inexpensive course where I could play a quick round. On this damp Friday morning, the round turned out to be quick - 3 hours walking without rushing. $30 was the cost to walk.

The course is a nice layout. The front nine is harder and better than the back nine. The course in general was in nice shape. A few of the back nine fairways need some help, but it is March and grass has not had time to grow yet. There were plenty of maintenance folks out there working on it.

The 18th hole is an interesting ending hole - almost an island green par 3.

Anyway, I would play this course again if I was in the area.

Reviewed June 04, 2010

For those of us who indulge in a occasional, mid-week, half-day off for golf, I'd recommend this course without hesitation. While the "abandoned roach motel" exterior may be unappealing to some, things improve tremendously once you reach the first tee. I actually played with a friend on Friday at noonish, and was pleased that there weren't very many other golfers on the course. As someone who had been out of play for awhile, this was a good course to help ease me back into my game. Aside from the funky layout, the course itself looked great, so I'm assuming that conditions have changed tremendously since the previous reviews were written. The fairways were in great shape, overall--maintenance crews were swarming about to manicure the course--more on that later. Another bonus was that I saw a ton of gorgeous birds (cardinals and orioles), which is a rare treat when golfing. The course wasn't terribly challenging, but it was an enjoyable round nonetheless. One complaint I have concerns the excessive lawncare that was taking place on the fairway of the ninth hole during my round. It was terribly distracting to have the enormous, loud, "lawn mobile" roaring at me when I was standing 60 yards from the pin (the lawn man actually stayed in the middle of the fairway on that particular shot!!). Management told me that they were behind on maintenance, but when I've paid to enjoy my round, I expect the lawncare guys to yield to me, not the other way around! Fortunately, that was only one hole, and the remaining holes were played without incident.

Reviewed January 07, 2010

Reviewed September 20, 2008

not the best course. layout is weird they should switch the front 9 to the back 9 as the front 9 is way more interesting. great value tho, that certainly will get me back to westpark soon. but what's up with the crappy clubhouse and proshop? this place takes no pride in itself, could be much better if management gave a crap, lakes looked sick, unhealthy. healthy lakes are a big golf pet peeve for me. but overall i bet you have a good time and will want to go back. good course, like i said it would be nice to see someone take some pride in it and get things ... well...up to par!

Reviewed June 14, 2008

For the price, it is fantastic. If you want fluffy sand traps, go and pay 5 times more.

Reviewed May 11, 2008

Probably the worst course in NOVA. No starter so it took 45 mins after our tee time to get out. Slow. Rock hard sand traps. Overall, worst course condition I've played.

Reviewed September 17, 2007

Still the same.

I learned to play on this course in 68' it was The Leesburg Golf & Country Club. I actually quit playing golf for about 20 years and just started back up about 6 months ago.

The course was pretty much the same as I remembered it, with the exception of a few more houses. The fairways are extrememly dry and hard due to the massive drought this area has suffered. No problem with me as I'll take an extra 75 - 100 yards roll any day.

I played late in the afternoon, not much of a crowd, and the ones who were there played fairly steady pace.

Greens were in pretty decent shape, just a bit slow compared to some area courses.

Lots of fairway sand on this course, as I found quite a few traps. They were in pretty good shape, nice white sand, not hard and clumpy.

Plenty of water on the course (I'm a walker) and a nice indoor restroom / water break station on the 7th tee.

Number four is still the most secluded hole with only a house or two in view.

This course was originally built as a sister course to Lake Wright. It used to have a quality inn, swimmng pool etc. Would be nice to see it returned to a golf getaway, but not likely.

The staff is extremely friendly and you can always find golf playing on the large tv in the clubhouse.

I paid 15 bucks for unlimited walking after 3 and was able to walk 18 in just under 3 and 1/2 hours.

Reviewed May 20, 2007

Good course for the money

It's pretty cheap, and usually in decent shape. Layout is decent - although I hate that it finishes on an afterthought par-3. It is slow here - played on a Monday late morning on a coupon and it was about 4.5 hours. Still, with the coupon it was $15 with a cart. I think for the money it's worth a visit but catch it on a weekday twilight if you can.

Reviewed June 05, 2006

Better out there for the money

Traps were hard as concrete and not raked in a long time. Driving range poor. Carts need work too. Tees, fairways and greens were in good shape for the traffic the course gets. Some holes were challenging for club selection. I agree with previous review. For going out and hitting 'em around its not bad, but for weekend prices, spend a few more bucks and try someplace else.

Reviewed May 01, 2006

Typical muni

$15 after 3:00 on weekdays during the season to walk. Any question as to why this place is always packed? The course is kinda blah, but if you just want to get out and play a few holes of golf and not keep score, then by all means, have at it. Just bring your patience here, as lots of local hacks fill this place up.

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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Pete K. 25 58 33 06/15/07
2 Rafael M. 48 109 61 10/31/09
3 Jeremy K. 27 90 63 07/06/08
4 Neal N. 34 99 65 08/17/09
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144 Ryan M. N/A 115 115 07/10/13
128 Ashvini A. 11 100 89 12/02/12

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About Westpark

Westpark Golf Club

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Bart Bullock, General Manager/Superintendent
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