Flintstone Maryland Golf Courses

Rocky Gap Lodge & Golf Resort


Featured Golf Course Review:
Rocky Gap Lodge & Golf Resort -- Rocky Gap Review
Review by: Mark A beautiful course setting with mountains all around and a lake near by. Interstate 68 is a bit too close to the course but that is a minor distraction. The "open" section of the course is a bit boring. The mountain section is quite a lovely challenge. My biggest gripe is that I prefer to walk but this course is too spread for that. A cart is a must. There is a set of tees for every skill level. For the price, the course offers good value. This is a fine location for a corporate get-together. Good meeting areas, fine dining, great golf in a convenient yet relaxed setting. The Golden Bear has put a true beauty in Western Maryland. One nine is perfect and the other needs a wee bit of tinkering to be great.
From Frostburg, MD

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Bretton Woods Golf Course -- Bretton Woods
Review by: Ted Alden I played the course in mid-March as the guest of an IMF employee (the only way to get on). The course was in excellent condition and the greens in particular are superb. It is a fairly flat layout with a handful of elevated greens and tee boxes. The fairways are pretty wide and even if you miss by a bit it's hard to get into much trouble. The challenge is around the greens -- many have narrow openings and if you miss either side you are left with a ticklish pitch, often over sand, to fast greens that slope away. Signature hole is the 9th, a par 3 that requires a good carry over water. When I played (a Sunday afternoon)the course was quiet and we were able to walk, carry our clubs and move right along. A real treat.
From Bethesda, MD




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