Georgetown Golf Programs Make New Home at Four Streams Golf Course
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Washington, D.C. - Georgetown University's Department of Athletics has announced that the Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md. is the new home for the Hoya men's and women's golf programs. Both teams will officially make the facility their home course during the upcoming year and will have the opportunity to practice there throughout the year. The men's and women's teams will host their Hoya Invitational tournament at Four Streams in the fall and spring, respectively.
"The Members Club at Four Streams is one of the premiere facilities for golf, not only in this area, but it's one of the best in the country," Georgetown Head Men's Golf Coach Tommy Hunter said.
"Having the opportunity to make the Members Club at Four Streams our home course will be a great plus for our program," Hoya Women's Head Coach Patty Post said. "This course will provide a great learning experience for our student-athletes."
The Members Club at Four Streams is an exclusive member-owned private golf club located north of Potomac, Maryland and is the first signature design in the United States from the renowned Price/Smyers Golf Course Design Group, led by renowned professional Nick Price and architect Steve Smyers.
The course is inspired by some of the world's best courses and holes. Price combined his playing talents with the architectural expertise of Smyers, architect of Chart Hills (England) recently named the number one inland course in the British Isles, Old Memorial and Southern Dunes (Florida) and Wolf Run (Indiana). The greens, tees and fairways feature a new type of bent-grass that will ensure superb playing conditions year round. The course is set on rolling land with visual drama from many vantage points.
The Members Club at Four Streams features a world-class practice complex. The Four Streams Golf Academy, headed by PGA Professional and Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor Steve Bosdosh provides state-of-the art instruction dedicated to the advancement of each member's game.