Top 10 courses in Maryland according to Golf Advisor reviews in 2015



Maryland's watery coastal golf courses make up some of the top plays in the state, as reflected in the top 10 courses as rated by Golf Advisor reviews in 2015. The Ocean City golf destination has multiple picks, while there are also courses closer to the metropolitan D.C. and Baltimore areas.

You can click on each course to view detailed ratings and read full reviews from golfers like you.

Top 10 golf courses in Maryland

10. Whiskey Creek Golf Club

Ijamsville


9. Swan Point Yacht & Country Club

Issue


8. Great Hope Golf Course

Westover


7. Eagle's Landing Golf Course

Berlin


6. Little Bennett Golf Course

Clarksburg


5. Worthington Manor Golf Club

Urbana


4. Cambridge River Marsh Golf Club at Hyatt Chesapeake Bay

Cambridge


3. The Links At Lighthouse Sound

Bishopville


2. Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links

Berlin


1. Maryland National Golf Club

Middletown


Feb 17, 2016



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David3692607's avatar
David3692607 wrote at 2016-02-17 23:09:31+00:00:

Little Bennett come on really. What about blue mash or musket ridge. I've played every course on your top 10 several times and little Bennett the least unless I'm hard up and there's nothing else available. 

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ctgolfer82 wrote at 2016-05-16 04:28:52+00:00:

Blue Mash is never in good shape. The first three holes are the hardest opening you'll find in golf though . Musket is also never in the best of shape and the greens are always slow. Little B used to be the best. Back when the Kemper qualifier wast here every year. Tough track. Quirky holes but less quirky thanMaryland  national. 

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u5509041 wrote at 2016-06-16 07:06:22+00:00:

I played Blue Mash for the first time this year on Monday, and was blown away by the superb course conditions. Last time I played was back in August and the Couse was well below upscale standards. After my round I came in and told the proshop staff to give my best to the superintendent for turning things around, and they informed me that it's all a result of their new dedicated superintendent. Can't wait to get back out to the Mash!


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