I played the marsh 9 and the ponds 9 and could not have been more impressed. To begin the aesthetics are top notch, there are beautiful flower beds, the clubhouse is in great shape and the carts are up to date and have GPS included. Then the layout of the course, some holes are tough the first time playing the course, not knowing what the right, or smart, play really is. But both 9's do a terrific job of making you choose, do you hit the driver and try to beat the bunker, water or bottleneck to give yourself a wedge in or hit a long iron offof the tees? The holes are fair, never putting you in a lose, lose situation, but definitely rewarding aggressive, well placed tee shots. That brings me to the final aspect of the course, the course conditions. The rough was consistent, penalizing and fair. The fairways are perfectly cut and maintained. There aren't divot clusters on any of the fairways, where multiple other golfers had obviously been taking shots from. The greens roll beautifully, but also will allow a well spun approach shot to grab and stick. Through 18 greens they all rolled the same, this makes them fun and fair the entire round.
I have played most of the courses right around Alexandria, and can tell you if you want to enjoy your round of golf do yourself a favor and go to The Geneva Golf Club
29 days ago
The course is in great shape, but the restaurant still doesn't have any GF items on the menu. If you have food allergies, bring your own lunch or you won't be eating anything.
3 months ago
Very fun, and well managed courses. Three different 9-hole courses to choose from, and each 9 has its own feel / theme. We go every summer, and plan to continue that trend!