Renditions Golf Club
1380 W Central Ave (Hwy 214)
(Includes cart, range balls and GPS)
Internationally acclaimed, Renditions Golf Club salutes the great championships, champions and courses of golf’s Grand Slam right here in the Washington DC area. Each of Rendition Golf Club’s eighteen holes is a replica of a hole from a golf course that has hosted one or more of golf’s four major championships: The Masters, The U.S. Open, The British Open and The PGA Championship, plus a hole from The Players Championship, golf’s “fifth major.”
Washington DC’s Renditions Golf Club (actually located in Davidsonville, MD about 40 minutes from the capital area) was the reclamation of a decades-old sand mining operation. Working closely with Maryland Department of the Environment, sensitive environmental areas were protected and preserved. The Interstate Mining Compact Commission was impressed enough to award Renditions the “National Reclamation of the Year” award for 2004.
Your day begins with a series of three parkland holes, all replicas of U.S. Open Golf Tournament or PGA Championship golf venues. Holes #4 and #5 transport you “across the pond” for a taste of The Open Championship. The next three golf holes bring you back to America for a tour of “Amen Corner”, possibly the most famous series of holes from The Masters Tournament. And the day is just beginning…
Perhaps no other shot in golf is as fearful as the short tee shot at the 17th hole at the Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Designed by Pete Dye and owned by the PGA Tour, it was the first in a series of TPC courses and, since 1982, has been the permanent site of The Players Championship.
From Washington, D.C. – from the Beltway, take Rte. 50 east towards Annapolis approximately 10.5 miles. Exit south onto Rte. 424 (Davidsonville). In Davidsonville, take Rte. 214 west approximately 2.4 miles. The entrance is on the right, just before the Patuxent River Bridge.
From Baltimore – take Interstate 97 south to Rte. 50, go west towards Washington, D.C. approximately 4.2 miles, exit Rte 424. Proceed south to Davidsonville. In Davidsonville, take Rte. 214 west approximately 2.4 miles. The entrance is on the right, just before the Patuxent River Bridge.
From Annapolis – take Rte. 50 west towards Washington, D.C. Exit Rte. 424. Proceed south to Davidsonville. In Davidsonville, take Rte. 214 west approximately 2.4 miles. The entrance is on the right, just before the Patuxent River Bridge.