The first publicly accessible Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in the greater Washington, D.C. are will open for resident and daily-fee guest play. The club offers a par-72 layout, as well as a new 8,000-sq. ft. clubhouse featuring brick patios and distinctive fireplaces, plus an event lawn.
Potomac Shores (Va.) Golf Club, the first publicly accessible Jack Nicklaus Signature Designed golf course in the greater Washington, D.C. region, is set to open May 5 for resident and daily-fee guest play.
Located in Potomac Shores, Va., 45 minutes from the Washington, D.C. metro area, the club is a centerpiece to the Potomac Shores community being developed by SunCal. Winding through mature forests overlooking the mighty Potomac, the par-72 layout offers a European-style playing experience.
“Potomac Shores Golf Club will offer a truly amazing experience that will be a must play in the Mid-Atlantic,” said Patrick Boucher, director of club operations, Potomac Shores Golf Club. “Whether you are a resident of the community, an occasional golfer or a tournament and event planner, Potomac Shores will serve up a unique golf experience that will keep you coming back for more.”
Potomac Shores’ new 8,000-sq. ft. clubhouse provides the ideal environment for residents and visitors to dine and relax. Residents and visitors will also enjoy the clubhouse’s outdoor ambiance with brick patios overlooking the 18th green, complete with distinctive fireplaces and an outdoor fire pit. Finally, the spacious event lawn provides a venue for tournaments, weddings and other group outings.
“We are thrilled to unveil Potomac Shores Golf Club not only to the residents of Potomac Shores but to the golfing world,” said Matt Hurley, vice president of operations for Troon. “We know Potomac Shores will be a special golf experience and are all anxiously awaiting its official opening.”