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Best Places For Indoor Golf In The DC Area

January 28, 2011 6:03 AM

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Golf Etc

9504 Fenton St
Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-585-0010
dcgolfetc.com

Golf Etc offers a 3,500 square foot indoor facility, giving you the opportunity to improve your game year round! Try out one of their hitting bays, or take a swing at the P3ProSwing Golf Simulator.

Top Golf

Top Golf (www.topgolf.com)

Top Golf Alexandria

6625 South Van Dorn St
Alexandria, VA 22315
703-924-2600
topgolf

Top Golf is an all-weather facility offering 76 golf suites that are covered and heated! Microchips embedded in every ball track the accuracy and distance of each shot you take. And don’t worry about running out of room – the facility can host over 600 guests!

Tee’d Off Indoor Golf

14338 Gideon Dr
Woodbridge, VA 22192
703-490-6202
teedoffgolf.net

Tee’d Off Indoor Golf is true 3D real time simulated golf! Choose your course, choose your conditions, even play with your own equipment. It’s the newest indoor facility in the Woodbridge area.

H Street Country Club

1335 H St NE
Washington, DC 20002
202-399-HSCC (4722)
thehstreetcountryclub.com

Ok, so this is more for fun than anything else – it’s an indoor mini golf facility! Check out the whimsical course offered by H Street Country Club, along with the other services offered (including table games and skeeball!). While it may sound like family fun, this course is for adults 21+ only, with the exception of Sundays and Mondays when minors are welcome with parental supervision.

Dulles Golf Center & Sports Park

21593 Jesse Ct
Dulles, VA 20166
703-404-8800
http://www.dullesgolfcenter.com” target=”blank”>dullesgolfcenter.com

The range at Dulles Golf Center is open year round, with bays that are fully lit, covered and heated! It’s a great way to keep your practice up throughout the year. Discounts offered for multi-bucket purchases.

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