White Plains Maryland Golf Courses

White Plains Regional Park & Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
White Plains Regional Park & Golf Course -- A public that packs a punch.
Review by: C.S Nichols White Plains G.C. is by far one of the best public courses that tells you "the golfer" where you have to hit all your shots. It might seem tight and short to most golfers, but beware this little course packs a punch. I had played it a couple of times last season before the PGA P.A.T that was held there and it seems that everytime you play it it has something else to swing at you with. The par 5 18th is one that will make you think right off the tee, do I go big from the box and take a chance not getting home in two or do I play it like it is meant to be played and hit a 2iron from the box so that my next shot does not get anywhere near the water hazarad that trickels out in front of the green? If you try to take advantage of this track you will be hit with a barage of left and right hooks and the finishing hole will be your finishing blow, a hugh uppercut that "will" send you to your knees. Thanks for all the great times for just a couple of dimes.
From Hollywood, Maryland

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Argyle Country Club -- fun
Review by: Brian This course is the opposite of many courses - it is relatively compact, unpretentious, has no houses between holes, and has no massive Clubhouse, but it is cozy, friendly, comfortable, and the course is a great test of golf. The holes are unique and hilly and the greens are not undulating, but tilted and difficult to putt but fair. They are mostly like upside-down bowls. The redesign in the 1990's made many holes much better and numbers 1,9,11,12,and 14 are especially notable and fun to play. Usually in the best shape of any course in the region - I've played it many times in about 3 hours. An outstanding club.
From Montgomery County




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