Bretton Woods Golf Course in Germantown
About Our Course
The Bretton Woods Golf Course was originally designed by Edmund Ault and opened for play in 1968. Ault, a talented designer, is credited with dozens of the Mid-Atlantic’s strongest layouts. His routing of the course maximizes the beautiful 275 acre property by placing tees and greens on natural knolls creating memorable golf holes and scenic views of the beautiful, mature hardwoods. To this day, fifty years later, Bretton Woods’ course challenges the best golfers while still accommodating the most novice of players in a layout that is attractive to walk or ride. The course offers five sets of tees ranging from 6995 yards to 5246 yards. Modern course updates have been implemented by Joel Weiman of McDonald Design Group through the creation of a Master Plan that focuses on updating the facility utilizing today’s technological advancements. Increased membership enjoyment and playability for golfers of all skill levels are the main goals of the redesign. The phased implementation of the plan was completed in the Fall of 2017.