Nestled in the foothills of the Catoctin Mountains, the course at Musket Ridge Golf Club was Joe Lee’s final golf project, embracing all the architect’s trademark design elements – undulating greens, strategically located hazards and distinctively styled bunkers.
The River Marsh course at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina is a new millennium Keith Foster design that closes with a spectacular par five 18th hole alongside the Choptank River.
Dubbed the “Beast of the East,” the par four 18th is a tough closing hole - surrounded as it is by salt marshes - at the Eagle’s Landing Golf Course.
Debuting in 1997, the 18-hole layout at Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links is a Dye Design course with fairways and greens sown with links-style bent grass.
With an undulating, tree-lined front nine and a contrasting back nine that’s laid out on open meadowland, the Rocky Gap Casino Resort layout is the only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in the Old Line State.
Worthington Manor Golf Club has hosted more than a dozen USGA qualifying competitions in recent years on an Ault-Clark course that is beautifully carpeted with bentgrass from tee to green on each and every hole.
The North is the longer and tougher of the two 18-hole courses that were laid out at Woodmont Country Club in the 1950s. Both Bob Cupp and Arthur Hills have since renovated the layout.
Greystone Golf Course is a Joe Lee design, with holes routed around seven small lakes. Tees, fairways and greens have all been constructed with bentgrass, offering golfers a superior playing experience.
Located on the Chesapeake Bay waterfront, the River course is regarded as the premier layout at the 36-hole Queenstown Harbor golf facility.
Maryland National Golf Club’s course is set within the rolling Catoctin Mountain foothills and holes are routed through areas of woodland and wetland with some surprisingly dramatic elevation changes incorporated into the design.