Silver Spring Maryland Golf Courses

Argyle Country Club
Hampshire Greens Golf Course
Indian Spring Country Club - Chief Course
Indian Spring Country Club - Valley Course
Leisure World Golf Club
Sligo Creek Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Argyle Country Club -- Hidden Gem
Review by: John Hopkins Argyle Country Club is a little hidden gem that offers some challenging holes with a very lovely setting. The course starts off with a relatively easy par four but then you are faced with back to back par fives - never easy in the early part of a round! The sixth hole - the number one handicap - is deceptively challenging as is the par 3 seventh hole. Number nine is a nice front finishing hole. The back nine is quite beautiful with the number 12 par 5 offering a great view. Number 16 is a challenging dog leg leading to a stunning number 17 par 3, the "signature" hole. 18 is a great finishing hole leading to the clubhouse. Argyle is extremely affordable compared to other courses in the area. And, it never feels "stuffy." Enjoy!
From Bethesda, MD

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Sligo Creek Golf Course -- Inside the beltway
Review by: BIPSIC Actually just inside, holes 3, 4 are about 25 yds from the capital beltway. I like this course for a quick 9 holes, course has mature trees, little trouble, no par 5.
From Silver SPring, MD

Hampshire Greens Golf Course -- Sanity in the Urban Golf scene
Review by: Rich Hampshire Greens is a nice alternative to the other public golf courses in the area. It's links-style holes are a variation on the wide open, grip-it-and-rip-it style of play at nearby Northwest or Red Gate. Because HG is a little more expensive, it is usually less crowded and attracts a better class of clientele. But, it is more challenging than these other courses. More hazards, narrow fairways and small greens are the norm. You may not shoot your best score here, but you will enjoy the course.
From Silver Spring, MD




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