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Golf is Back at Beacon Hill

There hasn’t been a round of golf played at what once known as the Golf Club of Virginia since 2006. According to an article published in the Washington Business Journal, however, “The Preserve at Beacon Hill” will debut in 2024, issuing in a new era of golf in the luxury community that was built to surround it. (Just FYI, it’s behind a paywall.) We wrote a lot about the closing of the course back in the day, which happened when our family’s life still revolved around golf in Loudoun County. (Mike was the PGA Head Professional at Westpark Golf Club in Leesburg from 1999 to 2011.) At the time of the club’s closing, the notoriously difficult course still had no facilities: there’s no existing clubhouse, pool, tennis, or any other amenities. As we understood it, the two lots that would have been used for the facilities were held separately by a party that was not amenable to making a deal to resolve the issue.

We would assume that the new participants have worked that out. Per the article, Resort Development Partners of Haymarket came to an agreement with the Beacon Hill Community Association. Washington Business Journal first reported on the possibility of this deal last summer, although we were skeptical that they would get it done because of the various complications. The article reports that the company planned on ground leasing the property and converting the previous 27 hole layout to an 18 hole championship layout, while building a new clubhouse and golf improvement academy.

Details were scarce, although one of the partners was quoted as saying that work would begin on the course next week. The original course was designed by Johnny Miller; no word on how much of that layout would remain or what modifications would take place. Resort Development Partners, despite being headquartered in Haymarket, is no stranger to this kind of process, with more than 600 completed revitalization projects in their history and a number of courses in their portfolio. The website is a bit janky but it looks like their Beacon Hill content is behind a password for now. I’m sure at some point they will have more information there.

We’ll keep you posted as more details become available. From our perspective, it will be great to have another championship course in Loudoun again, and we’re eager to learn more about it.



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