Trump National Golf Club (Washington, D.C.)

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Trump National Golf Club (Washington, D.C.)
Club information
Location Cascades, Virginia, U.S.
Type Private
Total holes 36
Designed by Tom Fazio and Arthur Hills
Par 72

Trump National Golf Club, Washington, D.C. is a 800-acre private golf club at Lowes Island in Cascades, Virginia.[1][2] It is part of the Trump chain of golf clubs that includes clubs in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Bedminster. The club contains two 18-hole golf courses. The Championship Course is a 72-par course that was designed by Tom Fazio. The River Course is another 72-par course that was added in 1999, when the club was still known as the Lowes Island Club. The River Course abuts the Potomac River and was originally designed by Arthur Hills. The club also contains a 50,000 square foot clubhouse, a 25-meter swimming pool, an indoor tennis center, and a fitness center.


The Trump National Golf Club (Washington, D.C.) was formerly the Lowes Island Club.[3][4] Donald Trump purchased the club in February 2009 for $13 million. After the purchase, Tom Fazio was brought in to remake the golf courses. The clubhouse, pool, and other facilities were also renovated. Renovations were completed in June 2015.


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