A long time favorite in the Baltimore County region for many years has been Diamond Ridge Golf Course. The classic Ed Ault design opened in 1968, and has stood the test of time with outstanding conditions and challenge. The large and undulating greens provide an inviting target and will test everyone's putting game.
The challenging Hollow Creek Golf Club at Glenbrook was designed by nationally acclaimed golf course architect Rick Jacobson. Located in the historic Middletown Valley and surrounded by the Catoctin Mountains, this 18-hole public golf course is part of a residential development located in the fast-growing Frederick area about 40 miles outside Washington, DC, and Baltimore.
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Opened in the summer of 1996, The Links at Challedon immediately garnered recognition as one of the premier golf facilities in the Baltimore and Washington area. As time has matured, this 6,700 yard, Par 72 Brian Ault design has now taken its place among the area's elite.
Read “Pony Up” from the Summer 2009 Golf Guide
With the introduction of Maryland National Golf Club, Arthur Hills has created what promises to be one of the best layouts in the Mid-Atlantic area. Maryland National was designed in the midst of picturesque rolling hills to provide a true test of golf.
With the Sugarloaf Mountains as a backdrop, the P.B. Dye Club is one of the most exciting and challenging courses you will ever play. This championship layout, designed by one of the world's most unique golf architects, will capture your imagination and competitive spirit.
Read "Heavyweight Ranked" from the Summer 2007 Golf Guide.
Swan Point Yacht & Country Club is like no other course in the Baltimore/Washington area. Located in southern Maryland on the banks of the Potomac River, golfers will feel as if they've been transported to the barrier islands of the Carolinas. Designed by award-winning golf course architect Bob Cupp, Swan Point features 12 holes where either water or marsh can come into play, making for a breathtaking round of golf.
Whiskey Creek Golf Club continues to receive rave reviews. Architect J. Michael Poellet and 2-time U.S. Open Champion Ernie Els have designed Whiskey Creek to be as big and bold as the land itself. Bordered by a high ridge of hardwoods and a winding, free-flowing creek, the course features wetlands, rock outcroppings, stone walls, streams and dramatic views of the Catoctin Mountains.
Worthington Manor Golf Club is one of the Mid-Atlantic's premier championship daily fee and membership clubs. Intelligently carved from Maryland's countryside, this magnificent 18-hole, 7,000 yard, Ault-Clark Signature Course features lush bentgrass from tee to green. Holes are routed dramatically through wetlands and across rolling farmland.
Designed by renowned golf course architect Lindsay Ervin, The Woodlands opened in 1998 to critical acclaim. Ervin himself said The Woodlands "truly ranks as my best design" and GolfStyles called it "the best public course in the Baltimore suburbs."
One of the most beautiful courses that the Free State has to offer is Rocky Point Golf Course on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. This long standing stalwart of the Baltimore County Golf five course contingent, Rocky Point provides an outstanding golf value.
Conveniently located in the heart of the I-83 corridor in Timonium, Fox Hollow, formerly Longview Golf Course, offers golfers a fun and challenging layout. This long–time Baltimore County staple just completed a $2.9 million facelift. The original front nine was designed by Ed Ault, with the "new" back nine redesigned by Bill Love.