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1757 Golf Club, Dulles
(3.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
1757 Golf Club’s par-70, 6,600-yard layout is a shot-maker’s dream. Routed through gently rolling terrain with elevation changes up to 30 feet, 1757 features dramatic views of Broad Run and the majestic Virginia landscape, along with strategically placed bunkers, streams and lakes.

The course offers multiple sets of tees designed to accommodate golfers of all ability levels. The core layout is routed through mature stands of trees and over and around several ponds and creeks, bringing water into play on nearly every hole. Large undulated greens roll very true; however, subtle breaks can be misleading to even the best putter.
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  • This golf club welcomes nonmembers to celebrate private events. We had a lovely attentive staff and a very delicious dinner to celebrate our daughter's wedding. The food was really great. Much better ...  more »
  • Fabulous condition going into fall. So many other VA courses seem to have issues, but all good here. The women's tees seemed short, but all the water and challenging shots make this a decently difficu...  more »
  • Great venue and food for sisters wedding rehearsal dinner, bonus hitting balls on the range. Great night. Easy access. 
  • Facility is great, but rated 3 stars for the overly difficult course layout. The course is overly difficult for the average player. Many holes don't have landing areas that leave you a reasonable shot on green can be difficult but as long as they are scenic and fun one can still enjoy the challenge. I just found this course to be hard without a ton of fun.
  • The course can be difficult, which is a nice change after playing some of the easier courses in the area. The practice facility is phenomenal and Dave Ahart and Kyle Backers will go out of their way to make sure you have a great experience. Overall, it's a great course to play, practice, or even just to hang out and have a couple beers.
  • Tight fairways, dog legs, water, deep bunkers, brush and thick rough, small island greens for 250 yard par 3s. I lose several balls playing a round here. There is noise from the highway and airport. Power transmission lines buzz overhead. There some holes that require a 5 minute cart ride to get to. When you play here, people complain about a lot (especially when they start losing balls). The staff are friendly and that goes a long way. The driving range and restaurant are great. The course is maintained nicely. If you can hit accurate shots and don't get greedy, it is pretty course to play. All the danger and design shenanigans are visible from the tee. So depending on who you are, who you're playing with, and how much you paid... 1757 can be a 3-star or 4-star experience.
  • Place is ok for meetings. The AV did not work well. But the staff was great!!!
  • Good golf course. Great short game practice area.