Baltimore Maryland Golf Courses

Bonnie View Country Club
Carroll Park Golf Course
Clifton Park Golf Course
Elkridge Club
Forest Park Golf Course
Mount Pleasant Golf Club
Sparrows Point Country Club - Eighteen Hole Course
Sparrows Point Country Club - Nine Hole Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Mount Pleasant Golf Club -- Challenging Course
Review by: R J Gibson Mount Pleasant is by far the hardest of the municiple courses. The Eastern Open was played there, and is the course where Arnold Palmer and Nancy Lopez tasted early victories in professional play. Accurate driving is important here to give you a chance of an easier shot into the greens which are hard to read. Mt. Pleasant is a real value due to its low price to play while featuring state of the art distance finders on all carts. It gets less play than Pine Ridge, since Pine Ridge is more scenic, but Mt. Pleasant is a much more difficult course and will put a test to all aspects of your game. It is where the Maryland Amateur was held earlier this year.
From Towson, MD

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Forest Park Golf Course -- why not
Review by: r smith over crowded. Can spen a long time here. But fun and not expensive. Greens are lousy and making a tee time cost money, which is busch league. Don't play at dusk.
From Anonymous

Clifton Park Golf Course -- Perfect Day
Review by: Dan McElwain This course was a blast...even though it's placed nicely in the ghetto I still had fun. Well kept for a municipal course.
From Pittsburgh, PA USA