About Chester Washington
With a slope rating of 119, our 18-hole course measures 6,300 yards from the back tees. The most difficult hole on the golf course is the 450-yard par 4 ninth, which requires a long drive over two ponds, followed by a precise shot into a well-bunkered green. The facilities include a driving range, practice putting green, and a chipping green.
The course was designed by noted course architect Billy Bell and is as rich in history as it is in rolling greens. The club is named after the award-winning journalist Chester Washington, who regularly frequented the course.