Owings Mills Maryland Golf Courses

Caves Valley Golf Club
Green Springs Valley Hunt Club
Worthington Valley Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Caves Valley Golf Club -- Caves Valley Caddie Opinion
Review by: Tim Viets I have been a part-time caddie at Caves for 9 years now. I've played it probably about 40 - 50 times (we're allowed to play late afternoon on the weekends) and I absolutely love it. It's changed a lot over those years (the USGA had a lot to do with that) and most recently held the Senior U.S. Open in 2002. It's tough to get on (you have to know someone) but if you ever do I guarantee you'll have a great experience. It's got two different nines, one wooded, the other open and no two holes even look remotely similar. The greens and fairways are always in great shape and everything about the course is so meticulate. And how cool is it to have a caddie? (Everyone has to). I love it when I have a guest who has never had a caddie before. It's such a great experience for them. I know I'm biased when it comes to this course but it really is a special place.
From Elkridge, MD

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Worthington Valley Country Club -- Tree-lined - bring your Irons...
Review by: Aaron For a Baltimore County Course, open to the Public - with TTimes available via call-in to the Clubhouse - and fees under $40bucks (at least at the time of this writing) - you can't really ask for a better challenge. For Anyone, you've gotta make shots. Bring your Irons, and strike them well - you'll either be playing out of the Fairway - or the Trees...
From Cockeysville

Worthington Valley Country Club -- A little different then the norm
Review by: Greg This is a course that was actually designed by the land owner. It has some interestingly designed holes that will challenge even the best of players. In the past they have had some problems with keeping grass on the greens, but over the last three years I have seen a marked improvement (last year the greens were in very good shape, I was amazed considering how bad they were just a few years earlier). I haven't actually played the course for a year, so I couldn't attest to the condition of the course right now, but if you are looking for something that is different and interesting, give it a try. (keep in mind that accuracy is the key to playing this course and be ready to see some things you will never see on a normal course.)
From Baltimore