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From the mountains to the beach, Maryland is a duffer's dream. 

Every fan needs to see the famed Congressional Tournament at Bethesda’s historic Congressional Country Club, but there’s a lot more Maryland links to explore. Ocean City has become a major golfing destination with 15 courses including the challenging Eagle’s Landing and Links at Lighthouse Sound, one of the state’s top public courses. Speaking of public courses, Bulle Rock in Havre De Grace hosted the LPGA Championship from 2005 to 2009. The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina is one of the top golf resorts in the nation and has something for the whole family. Renditions Golf Course in Davidsonville recreates some of the most famous holes from around the world. And Rocky Gap Golf Course combines says on the greens with evenings at the tables of the fabulous Rocky Gap Casino Resort. Remember, any day golfing in Maryland is better than the best day at work!


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Bulle Rock
Havre de Grace
Bulle Rock Golf Course

Named for the first thoroughbred horse brought to America, this LPGA Championship course designed by the legendary Pete Dye has become one of the most popular in the Mid-Atlantic.

Links at Perry Cabin
St. Michaels
The Links at Perry Cabin Inn

The Links at Perry Cabin Inn. Photo Credit: Joann Dost

Another golf course designed by legendary architect Pete Dye, the Links at Perry Cabin opened in Spring 2018 and plays through stunning terrain with iconic views of Maryland's Eastern Shore and the Chesapeake Bay. 

Eagle’s Landing Golf Club
Eagle's Landing Golf Club

This well-kept municipal course challenges players with occasional ocean winds. But with prices set lower than many top-tier courses in the area and beautiful marsh vistas, players have come to appreciate all of Eagle’s Landing’s features

White Hall
Greystone Golf Course

Another fantastic municipal course, Greystone draws golfers with its interesting layout around seven small lakes. Solid conditions, strong service and reasonable prices.

Lake Presidential
Upper Marlboro
Lake Presidential Golf Club

Just 15 miles outside of Washington, D.C., this serene course is set around a pristine lake and has established a reputation for relaxed play suitable for all skill sets.

Lighthouse Sound Golf Course
Links at Lighthouse Sound

Situated amid dense trees alongside the Assawoman Bay, Lighthouse Sound features peaceful wetlands full of birds and a stunning view of the Ocean City skyline.

Lodestone Golf Course at Wisp Resort
Lodestone Golf Course, Wisp Resort

Cut into the mountains surrounding Deep Creek Lake, this course combines breathtaking scenery with challenging play including narrow fairways and undulating greens.

Maryland National Golf Club
Maryland National Golf Club

Famous architect Arthur Hills doesn’t build golf courses so much as he conjurs them from the landscape. With Maryland National Golf Club, he utilized natural changes in elevation and wetlands to create a Maryland take on the classic style. A true must-play.

Musket Ridge Golf Club
Musket Ridge Golf Club

Featuring impeccably conditioned fairways in the rolling foothills of the Catoctin Mountains, Musket Ridge was the final project of prolific architect Joe Lee.

Queenstown Harbor Golf Links
Queenstown Harbor Golf Links

The Rivers course at Queenstown Harbor was renovated in 2011 to better incorporate it’s ideal location along the Chester River . This new take on an old favorite offers up an exciting challenge and majestic water views just east of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.


A globe spanning tribute to the greatest championship courses on Earth, Renditions recreates the holes from Golf’s most iconic matches. Play the “Amen Corner” — holes 11, 12 and 13 from Augusta National — one of the toughest stretches in all of golf,  plus holes from Sawgrass, Oak Hills and more. And you can still be back for dinner that night!

River Marsh Golf Club
River Marsh Golf Club

Built into the winding banks of the Choptank River, this course builds to a truly thrilling end. The par-5, 18th hole has water and sand running the entire length of the left side, and a green that is tucked to the left of the fairway.

Rocky Gap
Rocky Gap Casino, Resort and Golf Course

Jack Nicklaus designed this lakeside course in the mountains of Western Maryland as part of the Rocky Gap luxury casino resort. The course offers two playing experiences at once: the front nine was cut from rocky, up-and-down terrain, while the back nine slopes over gentle hills.

Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links
Rum pointe Seaside Golf Links

The broad views of Assateague State Park from nearly every hole make this course—a collaboration between Pete Dye and his son P.B.—as breathtaking as it is intriguing for the player.

Swan Point
Swan Point Yacht and Country Club

About 45 minutes south of the nation’s capital and set beautifully along the Potomac River, Swan Point promises interesting play and bird-watching opportunities on the Great Atlantic Flyway.

Turf Valley Golf Club & Resort
Ellicott City
Turf Valley Resort
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Turf Valley is situated in the heart of the Baltimore-Washington, DC corridor.  This 1,000-acre haven is convenient to both cities, and its championship courses are set against Maryland's serene rolling hills and farmland in scenic Howard County. The Turf Valley Resort also offers many other relaxing options as well for both golfers and non-golfers.

Whiskey Creek Golf Club
Whiskey Creek Golf Club

Located roughly 45 miles from both Baltimore and Washington, D.C., this Frederick-area course was designed by PGA Tour pro Ernie Els. It runs over rolling hills and features old stone ruins—in play—on the 18th hole.

Worthington Manor Golf Club
Worthington Manor Golf Club

This Ault-Clark signature course is a frequent U.S. Open Qualifying site and offers a picturesque country setting with sloping green valleys, scenic wetlands and bentgrass tees.