Which NFL city in the playoffs has the best golf courses?
The Morning Drive crew review Matt Ginella's inside scoop on golf in the 4 remaining NFL teams in the playoff and voice their top picks. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
GolfNow DC Course Spotlight - The Courses at Andrews
GolfNow host Lauren Thompson gets a tour of the course that the President calls home. The Courses at Andrews Airforce Base are open to all 4 branches of retired and active military.
GolfNow DC Course Spotlight - Raspberry Falls Golf and Hunt Club
GolfNow host Lauren Thompson gets a tour of Raspberry Falls from Director of Instruction, Pat McGuire. This link style Gary Player signature golf course plays firm and fast. The country club feel also makes it comfortable to visit for a day while in the area.
GolfNow DC Course Spotlight - East Potomac
Next to the National Mall, GolfNow host Lauren Thompson gets a tour from General Manager Tim Krebs of the East Potomac Golf Course. One of the busiest courses in the U.S., the East Potomac Golf Course is where affordability and accessibility meets.
GolfNow DC Course Spotlight - Lake Presidential
GolfNow host Lauren Thompson gets a tour of Montgomery County Maryland's longest golf course, Northwest, from Keith Miller and Wayne Rohauer. Just north of Washington DC, the course is family friendly with 4 sets of tee boxes.
GolfNow DC Course Spotlight - Laurel Hill Golf Club
GolfNow host Lauren Thompson gets a tour of Laurel Hill Golf Course from Head Golf Pro, Gene Orrico. This course was built on the home of the now closed Washington D.C. Correctional Facility. The course is rated one of the top Municipal courses in the nation.the now closed DC Department of Corrections Facility at Lorton, Laurel Hill Golf Course Designer, Bill Love, let the natural beauty as well as parts of the old prison; dictate the character of this Northern Virginia Gym. - The prison itself was different sections spread out across the site and the central max is where they house mostdo it. You can see that very little has change since the golf course came in and really established its settings and what do we have back here? - This is like, this is a part