Maryland

Top 100 Golf Courses - Maryland

Lighthouse Sound

11th Maryland - Best in Area

With fairways laid out alongside the tidal marshes of Assawomen Bay, The Links at Lighthouse Sound was constructed with almost half a mile of wooden walkways to protect the wetland areas...

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Lake Presidential

12th Maryland - Best in Area

Developed by the Landmark Land Company, who created the golf facilities at Kiawah Island and PGA West, Lake Presidential Golf Club is a Jeff Potts design that’s set around the sparkling waters of a large lake.

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Lodestone

13th Maryland - Best in Area

Designed by Hale Irwin in conjunction with architect Todd Schoeder, the Lodestone Golf Course at Wisp Resort in Garrett County sits on a ridge above Deep Creek Lake with fairways routed around eye-catching rocky outcrops.

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TPC Potomac

14th Maryland - Best in Area

Set in 220 acres of rolling woodland within a residential property, the course at TPC Potomac underwent a recent renovation that cost in excess of 20 million dollars. It’s now a longer, tougher test for everyone.

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Whiskey Creek

15th Maryland - Best in Area

The course at Whiskey Creek Golf Club was The Big Easy's first foray into the world of design. It was here that Ernie Els collaborated with architect J. Michael Poellet of JMP Design to lay out a stellar set of strategic golf holes.

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Country Club at Woodmore

16th Maryland - Best in Area

A 1981 Arnold Palmer design, the fairways of the Country Club at Woodmore are laid out around a large lake and it’s this substantial body of water that threatens the second and third shots at the tough par five finishing hole.

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Woodholme

17th Maryland - Best in Area

The Woodholme Country Club layout is a somewhat underrated Herbert Strong design from the late 1920s. Some feel that shortening one or two of the four par fives on the back nine to long par fours would turn this classic old course into a serious championship layout.

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Bethesda

18th Maryland - Best in Area

The old 9-hole course at Bethesda Country Club was extended to 18 holes in 1949 then later redesigned by Ed Ault when land was lost to a new highway. Arthur Hills has since carried out a renovation during the mid-1990s.

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Woodmont (South)

19th Maryland - Best in Area

The North and South courses at Woodmont Country Club were designed by Alfred H. Tull, a former associate of Devereux Emmet. The South started out as the 9-hole “Iron Duke” course which in 1961 was doubled in size.

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Fountain Head

20th Maryland - Best in Area

Fountain Head Country Club was founded in 1924, with Donald Ross designing the golf course. Playing to a par of 71, the layout is characterized by tree-lined fairways and small greens that place a premium on approach play.

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Maryland Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Cory Lewis Courses Played 28
2 Jon Gillman Courses Played 25
3 David Harak Courses Played 22
4 Roger Lee Katzenberg Courses Played 20
5 Cory Toth Courses Played 18
6 Joseph Andriole Courses Played 15
7 Marc Bender Courses Played 14
8 Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 12
= Donald Parr Courses Played 12
10 Alex W Kirby Courses Played 11