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White Clay Creek Country Club at Delaware Park in Wilmington, Del. was a collaboration between Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest. Water plays a prominent role, coming into play on every hole. There are also strategically placed bunkers that add even more challenges. The course will test your target golf skills with narrow shots and forced carries. Even low handicappers will find themselves facing a formidable round. In addition to just being challenging, White Clay Creek is known for its excellent conditions, offering fast greens and immaculate fairways.
About 45 minutes from Ocean City, Maryland, Baywood Greens is the kind of golf course that garners a lot of discussion from those who play it. First of all, a large portion of the club's sizable maintenance budget is dedicated to horticulture and the thousands of flowers found throughout the course. On top of that, course conditions are superb. And thirdly, the course is a tale of two nines, highlighted by holes that have an island fairway, island green and island tee box.
The Deerfield golf course opened in 1955 as Louviers Country Club, originally built by the DuPont Corporation for its employees. Today, it's owned by the state of Delaware. Dramatic elevation changes provide many challenges, but overall it's not an overwhelming golf course.
Garrisons Lake Golf Club is situated just south of Smyrna and only nine miles north of Dover, putting it at a convenient location to and from all parts of Delaware and the surrounding states. Featuring rolling fairways lined with mature trees and large, undulating greens, the course has been a local favorite for affordable golf for decades.
Brandywine Country Club is a player-friendly public layout that is a favorite among the locals in Wilmington, Delaware. The traditional layout, which was redesigned in 2005, features tight fairways lined with trees and a final hole that you won't soon forget.
Whether you're a scratch player or a beginner, Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club has a tee time for you. There are multiple sets of tees and three different combinations of 18 holes, and the club has several programs to make new golfers feel welcome. And once on the golf course, what you'll find is unique topography on the Delaware/Maryland coast.
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