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Westwood Country Club traces its origins to the early 1950s when a developer bought a 200-acre dairy farm between Tysons Corner and Vienna and built an 18-hole golf course. Architect Alfred Tull, who designed many notable courses in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, laid out 18 holes around the treeless cow pastures.

Using sod from an abandoned course in Maryland, Westbriar Country Club (as it was originally named) opened in August 1954 and consisted of nine greens played from 18 sets of tees. The farm’s red barn was used for equipment and cart storage while the farmhouse, which was occupied by Union troops in the Civil War, served as the pro shop and locker room. By 1962, the founder fell on hard times and the club was sold to a group of members for $1 million. They promptly renamed it Westwood.
 
Despite its humble beginnings, Westwood is now one of the premiere country clubs in the Washington, D.C. area. In the summer of 2011, the course underwent a complete redesign by architect Gene Bates, reopening the spring of 2013. The new par 71 championship golf course features T-1 bentgrass greens, tees, and fairways and has five sets of tees to accommodate players of all skill levels. A driving range with grass tees, a large putting green and a chipping green are all within steps of the first tee.

Westwood has hosted numerous Virginia State Golf Association, Middle Atlantic PGA and Washington Metropolitan Golf Association tournaments. In 2009, Westwood was the site of a U.S. Amateur regional qualifier. In 2019, Westwood will host the prestigious Middle Atlantic Golf Association Men’s Amateur Championship
 

Click on the hole number for detailed descriptions.

HOLE
Gold
Blue
White
Green
Silver
Red
PAR
Men's Handicap
Women's Handicap
OUT
422
394
366
358
358
301
584
556
546
522
463
463
413
377
333
325
291
291
172
168
144
124
124
100
371
343
337
314
281
281
186
160
154
121
97
97
392
366
306
301
301
222
483
471
471
373
373
326
405
377
366
343
343
296
3428
3212
3023
2781
2631
2377
4
5
4
3
4
3
4
5/4
4
36
5
7
1
1
3
3
17
17
13
13
15
15
11
11
7
9
9
5