Featured Maryland Golf Courses
Below are this Month's Featured Maryland Golf Courses. View All Golf Courses
Located in Williamsburg, Virginia, Kiskiack's beautiful surroundings will allow you to unwind, the spectacular views will inspire you, and the challenging layout will awaken your spirit. Kiskiack Golf Club is set on land once occupied by the Chickiack, a group of Virginia Algonquian Indians, under the rule of the Great Chief Powhatan.
River Run, Gary Player's bump & run style of play is showcased at his 18 hole 6,705-yard masterpiece and is one of the legendary golf experiences in the Ocean City area. Spectacular views, first-class conditioning and a skillful design all combine to make River Run a legendary experience.
The Girls at Pam's Ocean City Golf Getaways have been customizing the perfect golf trip for over a quarter of a century. But that's not why we're the best. What makes us #1 is the largest selection of golf and accommodations, unmatched customer service, unbeatable booking bonuses and simply because we care the most about our clients.
Rocky Gap Casino Resort features Maryland's only Jack Nicklaus Design Golf
Course. The course is easily accessible from Exit 50 on I-68, but while playing
you'll feel like you're a million miles away. The design takes advantage of the
location among the undulating hills of the ageless Appalachian Mountains and
the blue waters of the adjacent lake.
Located just 5 miles from Ocean City on Route 611 Eagle's Landing is a beautiful seaside paradise with sweeping vistas of land, water and sky. The best way to describe this ecological wonderland is fragile - to the point where golfers are asked to abandon any balls hit into the wetlands and to leave nature undisturbed.
Our Newport Bay course has views of the coastal bays and marshland on every hole. Our Seaside course has a classic, yet challenging layout. Our facility has consistently been one of the most popular venues for members and visitors for 50 years.
Lighthouse Sound offers great variety in terms of visual excitement and strategy. As often as possible we tried to take advantage of the expansive views of the bay and Ocean City skyline. Ten holes border the pristine marshlands found within the 1,000 acre site while others are framed with mature hardwoods.