Golf Driving Range
East Potomac Driving Range
DC's ONLY mini golf course is here! you may also hit balls on the "normal sized" course as well. Very convenient!
President Warren G. Harding was one of the first golfers to play at East Potomac Golf Course when it opened in 1921. Today, its driving range has been ranked as one of the top public ranges in the U.S. by the Golf Range Association of America. The driving range has 50 upper deck open stalls and 50…
Man-made island has a surprising amount of amenities, from a public golf course, driving range, and miniature golf course to a public swimming pool, tennis courts, and several athletic fields. It is also a popular destination for fishermen, cyclists, walkers, inline skaters, and runners.
Course is okay, but the driving range is decent! If it's summer, bring your swim trunks and hit the public pool next door after.
Affordable golf course in the shadow of the Washington Monument with planes from the airport flying over for landing at Reagan National Airport. One of a kind course.
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Point of Interest
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