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Sparrows Point Country Club - Eighteen Hole Course919 Wise Ave
Baltimore, MD 21222
Phone: (410)477-3636Fax: (410)477-5520
This club, which was originally owned and operated by and for the employees of Bethlehem Steel, features an eighteen hole regulation course and a nine hole regulation course. The Eighteen Hole Course is lengthy and has small greens. The wind is a factor here. The course is the home for the Northern Chapter of the PGA. Tee times are reserved for the weekend only through the months of October and May. The nine hole course is a little more wide open and slightly easier than the eighteen hole course. This Nine Hole Course used to be a part of the original Eighteen Hole Course built back in 1925. The green fees shown are all-day guest fees.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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| 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
From a former member (1972 - 1994), Jun 12, 2005
|reviewer: Charles J. Smith (aka Chuck Smith)
from Ormond Beach, FL.
|I played this golf course for many years. The layout is challenging, yet (on a really good day) it is possible to bring the course to "its knees." (I had a hole-in-one on Hole Number 2 on August 25, 1979, followed by a birdie on the difficult number 4 hole. My final score was 74. [Excuse my bragging but I am very proud of that accomplishment.] The greens are, for the most part, true for the putt. The holes are cut in properly. The sand compositon is consistent. There are some severe challenges on the course, but with experience you will learn how to master them. I live in Florida now but I often "reminisce and brag" about Sparrows Point Country Club as being one of the finest I ever played. John McCloskey, the golf professional, is a "true" professional and is very attentive. He is also very skilled as a golf teacher. I urge you to try the course. If you like it as much as I always did, I challenge you to resist joining the Club. If you give in to your deepest desires and join SPCC, you will have a lifetime of enjoyment and a place you can proudly "show off" to your friends.|