Franklin Park

Purcellville, Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Geremy Gieryna › June 17, 2012
I loved the manicured fairways and with the multiple tees/pins makes this park a winner! This is a good family friendly course, I had my son in a wagon and I was able to pull him throughout the whole course thanks to the many bridges installed.
-  +1 votes  + John Iliff › February 5, 2020
This is my home course. Three pads and two baskets provide a lot of variety and challenge although some of the pads are not level and kind of rough. Red tees and purple baskets combos can provide some very interesting variety like on hole #1 so don't think the shorter tees won't challenge. I agree with the other reviewers that OBs do provide more of a challenge than at first appears for this very wide open course. Some decent uphill (#5) and down hill (#6, #14) shots provide elevation variet ...
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-  +0 votes  + Alan D. › March 31, 2012
Long and wide open with little chances of O.B. I enjoy courses like this. Plus, had three sets of concrete tees and two baskets with multiple placements per hole. Downside, if lacrosse, soccer, or fishing is going on you may have to limit some holes. Nice park. As far as technical, it's not, but I heard they are going to put 18 more holes on the other side of the baseball fields which will be in the trees. If so, I just might make it a monthly requirement.
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Jacks › October 17, 2012
This is a well-kept park in Purcellville, VA. The course itself doesn't offer much in the way of technical challenges. All of the holes are pretty much straight up and down with the exception of a few uphill shots and one downhill shot. After a while, the course becomes pretty boring. I only play it when I am in the area. I would never travel just to play this course.
-  +0 votes  + Greg S › September 22, 2014
I played my 1st tournament here Saturday. Also first time playing the course which is a move I don't recommend lol. The OB was a little frustrating but otherwise a great course. It offers a lot more variety than the first glance suggests, as well as some straight bombs. Well worth the hour and a half from where I live. I'll make a day trip soon just to get a few rounds in there.
-  +0 votes  + Scott C › December 5, 2014
With 3 tee pads and 2 Pin locations on every hole, you can mix the long and short for whatever you want to play. The tree play is not technical (except 17) but with heavy cross and head wind , tournament OB, and elevation changes the course is way more challenging than the wide open feel leads you to believe. Home of The LoCo Open and the LoCo DGC.
-  +0 votes  + Ken Trock › May 8, 2016
Fun, wide open. Grass wasn't fully cut so it affected my roller!