Westpark Golf Club is one of Loudoun County’s best kept golfing secrets. Located just off the Route 7 West/ 15 South bypass in Leesburg, the course was designed by Ed Ault and opened in 1968. Originally named Leesburg Country Club, Westpark appeals to golfers of all playing levels.
You can see that the property was originally a farm, as the silo and barn remain to house the golf carts. Homes were constructed in the Leesburg Country Club neighborhood surrounding the course in the years after it opened for play. While there is no affiliation between the neighborhood and the club, many residents choose to purchase memberships and enjoy playing the course.
The clubhouse holds a full service pro shop, with equipment, golf apparel, and accessories. The driving range is open year-round and practice putting and chipping greens are available. Golf instruction is available for all skill levels, and every summer the club hosts a junior golf camp for a hundred budding golfers. The course also hosts several charity golf events each year.
Daily play rates range from $15 to walk 9 holes on a weekday to $55 to ride 18 holes on a weekend morning at the peak of the summer season. Memberships run the gamut from $895 for a single, weekday membership covering just greens fees for the year, to $3395 for a platinum couple’s membership, which covers carts, greens fees, handicap, and range plan for the year. Tee times are available on their website, or by calling the golf shop at 703-777-7023.
You can visit the website for the golf course at www.WestparkGC.com to make a tee time, download a membership application, see updated course information, and learn more about the course and the facilities.
Any questions about membership, handicaps, outings, and instruction can be answered at the pro shop at 703-777-7023, or by email at email@example.com .
(More information about the surrounding Country Club neighborhood, including photos, listings, market stats, and blog posts, can be found here on the neighborhood page.)