PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA., (March 17, 2016) – Potomac Shores Golf Club, the first publicly accessible Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in the Washington DC metro region, has been honored by Golfweek magazine as one of Virginia’s top courses in “Golfweek’s Best: State-by-State Courses You Can Play, 2016.”

Golfweek classifies Potomac Shores Golf Club as a modern course in its annual list of the nation’s top golf courses. This is the first time Potomac Shores has been named to the prestigious list; the course opened in 2014.

Located in Potomac Shores, Va., just 30 minutes south of downtown Washington, D.C., Potomac Shores Golf Club is a centerpiece for the 1,920-acre Potomac Shores master-planned community being developed by SunCal along the Potomac River in Prince William County. SunCal is one of the largest real estate development companies in the U.S. that specializes in large-scale, mixed-use master-planned communities.

About Potomac Shores Golf Club:

Amenities include a complete practice facility, an 8,000 square-foot Virginia Tidewater-inspired clubhouse that is home to the Tidewater Grill, full-service day lockers and a well-appointed golf shop. Guests can also enjoy the clubhouse’s outdoor ambiance with brick patios overlooking the 18th green, complete with distinctive fireplaces and an outdoor fire pit. Additionally, a spacious event lawn provides an ideal venue for tournaments, weddings and other group outings. For more information, call (571) 383-3150 or visit www.potomacshoresgolfclub.com.

About The Potomac Shores Community:

Potomac Shores is the region’s first luxury resort master-planned community. It covers 1,920 acres and features nearly two miles of shoreline, 1,000 acres of preserved hardwood forests and streams, traditional Virginia Tidewater architectural designs and the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. This transit-oriented development will offer a mixed-use town center, a new VRE commuter rail station, a planned marina and waterfront village, a resort hotel and a corporate campus. It will also feature a private recreation center, two public schools, multiple sports fields, a network of trails and over 3,800 residences. For more information, visit www.potomacshores.com.