Contributions made for the Park Foundation’s Golf Program & Events Fund help introduce the game to new people at Fairfax County Park Authority's seven golf facilities.
Previous gifts to the Park Foundation for golf have supported adapted golf programs and promoted the game among children and women, further dispelling the myth that G.O.L.F. is an acronym for ‘Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden.’
These fun and educational events promote varied fitness options, health and social benefits while new and improving golfers learn a lifelong skill!
Junior Golf Fairfax presents a Free Open House from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday, April 19, 2020 at Burke Lake Golf Center. This fun introduction to the game of golf offering demos, games & prizes for golfers ages 5-17. Participants also learn about classes and camps while meeting staff from 7 FCPA golf courses.
Space is limited! RSVP with Junior Golf Fairfax today.
Fairfax County Park Foundation is proud to support Junior Golf Open House presented by Burke Lake Golf Academy; Pinecrest Golf Academy in partnership with The First Tee Greater Washington DC; Every Body Golf School; Girls Golf of Northern Virginia; and the Eisman Golf Academy.
The 3rd Annual Women & Golf celebration will be held at Twin Lakes Golf Course on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 which serves as Golf Fairfax’s commemoration of Women’s Golf Day, an international event celebrating girls and women playing golf and learning skills.
More than 175 attendees joined the fun at the previous Women & Golf Celebration events. See the video! Participants enjoyed complimentary food and beverages and received Cool Prizes and SWAG bags. In addition to networking with FCPA’s golf experts from seven courses who highlighted offerings to women and girl golfers throughout Northern Virginia, special Guest Speakers from Women on Course offered inspirational messages!
Twin Lakes Golf Course
The 36-hole Twin Lakes Golf Course boasts two championship courses, the Oaks’ par 71 and 6,715 yards challenge all golfers and Lakes course featuring a par 72 and 6,695 yard experience that requires more distance off the tee but is more forgiving than the Oaks course.
Thank you 2019 Women and Golf Sponsors!