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Laytonsville Golf Club7130 Dorsey Rd
Laytonsville, MD 20882
Phone: (301)948-5288Fax: (301)527-9270
A mixture of some tight and narrow fairways as well as some long par 4's are the most challenging aspects of this course. Water hazards come into play on two holes.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Winter Rye|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Course reviews for Laytonsville Golf Club
Average Golfer Review (4.0 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Laytonsville, Sep 30, 2004
|This course was a cow pasture with greens on it 5 years ago, very easy, unkept, perfect for beginners and low handicap wannabes. The staff at Laytonsville have done a outstanding job remodeling the course, making it more challenging and more picturesque. The par 5's are all tough tee shots, a par 3 was converted into a 170 carry over a lake par 4 that you can score on if you don't get penalized for hitting to long out of bounds or to short in the water, really bold long ball hitters ignore the danger and attempt a corner cutting 230 yard tee shot that will place you a short pitch from a large green. You can score at Laytonsville but the treelined course holds much danger if you get careless, very freindly staff and great snack bar, check it out. The rates have gone up to $50 bucks, but worth it compared to a overrated and overpriced Blue Mash and Hampshire Greens closeby.|
| 2 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
changes, Apr 09, 2004
|reviewer: a. hamlen
from gaithersburg, md usa
|as a child walking to this course i would actually golf up the side of the street on the way there. back then you had plenty of land throughout damascus and laytonsville to hit a 9 iron back and forth. but nothing compared to the intoxicating feeling of actually stepping on a real green. for me this was at laytonsville golf club. though i moved away for some years i returned to the area to see many new neigborhoods and alot less farm land(or driving ranges). i no longer knew all of my neighbors and even my old family house seemed a little tainted by the changes. it wasn't until i stood on the now front nine first green that i felt like a child again. thank you for not changing|