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Eagle's Landing

Berlin, Maryland
Berlin, Maryland
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  • Address12367 Eagles Nest Rd, Berlin, MD 21811, USA

Eagle’s Landing Golf Course, is a challenge notorious under the nickname “Beast of The East.” Located appropriately near Coffin Point, the municipal course travels for just more than 7,000 yards. On paper, that hardly seems to be excessive, in relation to modern monster courses, but Michael Hurdzan will make players sweat during this round.

He begins with his foot on the brakes, easing players into the round. All heck breaks loose on No. 6, where players will deal with a dogleg around a lake, ending at a two-tiered green. The next hole, a par five, will be reachable in two for big hitters, but that includes a 110-yard forced carry to reach the green. Hurdzan will one-up that challenge on hole No. 9, which features a 120-yard forced carry to the green.

Players should expect a similarly imposing retinue throughout the rest of their round, with perhaps the most daunting challenge coming at No. 11. This par five is 560 yards and features water either left or right of the fairway (and sometimes on both sides) for the entire stretch. If you’re lucky, a plane from neighboring Ocean City Municipal Airport will drown out your screams.

Eagle’s Landing Golf Course, is a challenge notorious under the nickname “Beast of The East.” Located appropriately near Coffin Point, the municipal course travels for just more than 7,000 yards. On paper, that hardly seems to be excessive, in relation to modern monster courses, but Michael Hurdzan will make players sweat during this round.

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Michael Hurdzan

By the end of the 1980s, the partnership of Jack Kidwell and Michael Hurdzan was responsible for setting out more than a hundred courses across the US Midwest.

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