Lothian Maryland Golf Courses

Old South Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Old South Country Club -- Excellent
Review by: Brian From the quirky severe dogleg par 5 #1 to island green par 4 #4, to numbers 9 and 10 (arguably two of the finest par 4's in the region), the course is a treat. Although yardage markers are few and far between and local knowledge is key, the front nine plays open and the back is pretty tight. #16 is noteworthy because even at about 120 yards it is severely downhill with a pot bunker 10 feet deep on the left. #17 is a 420 yard dogleg left requiring a long drive over or beside left side bunkers and an approach through a tube of trees on either side. Good luck but what a hidden gem this course is!
From Montgomery County

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Bethesda Country Club -- BCC review
Review by: peter rogers What a course. This shows you that a course does not need to be 7200+ yards long to be a true test. No wonder the LPGA played a major here for many years. No wonder that the men still use it as a qualifing venue. The clubhouse and locker rooms are very nice as well.
From stamford, ct