Frostburg Maryland Golf Courses

Maplehurst Country Club

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Maplehurst Country Club -- Maplehurst CC - Review
Review by: Mark Out of bounds on the left for the first 6 holes. Every par 3 is a possible double. Some short pars fours to get a stroke or two back. One short and three longish and quirkly par 5s. Very hilly. Take a cart if you're not in good shape: empty your bag if you walk. Many side-hill lies. Very open on most of the course so you can recover from wild drives (but see first comment). This course can be very windy. The upper holes offer a great view of Frostburg below. Very squishy in the early season. Greens are well maintained but the bunkers are in poor shape most of the time and the tee boxes need work. A pretty course with good greens. Worth the walk/ride.
From Frostburg, MD

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Blue Mash Golf Club -- Wonderful layout
Review by: Ted Alden This is a superbly designed course which makes the best of a mixed piece of land that includes some beautiful wooded areas but is also bisected by a rather ugly power line. As first-timers on Blue Mash, my Dad and I were fortunate to be joined be an experienced player. It would otherwise have been extremely difficult to know where to drive on many holes. While the course is not overly tight, it is very strategic and every hole has a preferred landing area that would be hard to discern without some help. About half the course runs through the woods, and the other half is out in the open with lots of water. There is an abundance of fairway bunkers on every hole. Like many of the modern courses, the greens are perched up on mounds, so that missing a green is rather severely (in some cases too severely) penalised. But the course is still a lot of fun, and not overly expensive by the standards of the newer courses.
From Bethesda, MD