Hole Flyovers for : Belmont Country Club in ASHBURN, Virginia in 20147
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1It is very appropriate that this magnificent course starts off with the stunning par 4. It sits at one of the higher elevations on the property and looks down the steep hill leadin2A fairway wood off the tee and a medium to short iron into this green should provide many birdie opportunities.
3Here, players will be challenged to hit a precise shot from an elevated tee to a rock walled green nestled around a natural lake supporting numerous water birds and wildlife.4The fourth hole at Belmont is a deceptively long par 4. At only 377 yards from the tips, it climbs from the lower wetlands some 65 feet in elevation. From a landing area protected 5A 554 yard par 5 with a tee shot out of the pines and hardwoods to a landing area guarded by one tremendous fairway bunker on the right.6Every shot on this hole will be a challenge. Number 6 will be one of the toughest holes on the golf course and likely one of the toughest in Loudoun County. On this 444 yard twisti7Though just slightly longer – and also doglegging left, number 7 is very different than the sixth. Players will be teeing off from a meadow like setting to a fairway sloping righ8Although this hole lacks the spectacular of the previous seven, it will challenge all who try to tame her. Players will be hitting from a slightly elevated tee slightly uphill to a9This will be a three shot par 5 for even the big hitters. A 540 yard uphill, gradual dogleg right through gentle slopes and majestic old oak trees, to an extremely well-bunkered gr10Batten down your bootstraps, you’re going for a ride". Number 10 sets the stage for the entire back nine. Once the tee shot has stopped rolling from the 40 ft. elevation change, 11When a top amateur was asked if he would rather commit "hari kari" or play the eleventh again, he remarked, "Pass me the knife!" If you par this hole, you will have something to te12This natural beauty is a straightforward hole that slopes gradually away from the tees toward the green so it plays slightly shorter than its 440 yards. 13Three very well played shots will be required to be afforded a birdie opportunity as thirteen plays to every bit of its 585 yards. With large bunkers on the right effecting the tee14This "sleeper" of a par 4 is the farthest point from the clubhouse and sits at the lowest point of the entire property. At "only" 411 yards and dropping 20 ft. tee to green, it wil15This hole has bragging rights to one of the prettiest settings on the golf course. Once players have putted out on number 14, they will travel across a high wooded bridge over the 16Just when you’re thinking it couldn’t get any better, you get to sixteen. At 188 yards, this par 3 could elicit any score because of the vast bunkering around it. Players will 17As you step up to tee off on seventeen, you will be filled with appreciation for nature by the way this hole embraces the best of Belmont, wrapping around wetlands on the left hand18The finishing hole will reward good play with a birdie opportunity or leave you with a bad taste in your mouth. As the shortest of the par 5’s at 508 yards big hitters will try t