Located just a short 35-minute drive from Washington D.C., Whiskey Creek gives you the feeling that you’re a long way away from the big city.
Set in an open meadow with a pristine creek flowing freely, this course is surrounded by dense hardwood forests. The Catoctin Mountains are visible from nearly every hole.
The design places an emphasis on risk and reward. There’s a chance for both on nearly every hole.
The 18th might be the best of them all. A par five, the tee shot plays to a split fairway around the ruins of an old farmhouse. If you choose to play down the left fairway, you can get home in two. Even though a tee shot to the right fairway is safer, it takes a potential eagle putt out of the equation.
This course looks cool and lives up to its name by all accounts.