Severna Park Golf Center
Good for short game, not greens
This is a pretty straightforward switchback course with not many challenges. There a a couple spots where you can get into the water and a few bunkers, but overall it's a good course for working on hitting your short clubs. The greens were pretty horrible as they had just been aerated and a ton of sand. Hopefully they'll be better in the spring. Overall, it's good course for just practicing getting up and down with your wedges, but nothing fancy.
Enjoyable 9 hole course
2nd time today much better after the rain overnight.
Fun place to work on your short game
I read the reviews of this course and wondered what really was going on. Ok I agree the putting greens aren't really greens but short grass that are very slow but are still playable. However I do not think the beauty of this course is in putting practice. It is more about getting out and working on your short game. I brought a 9, PW, 60 degree loft wedge and putter. If you are scoring upper 80's and above this course will help you learn the distance of your clubs so you can hit on a consistent basis. Your shots here are all straight approaches. So it forces you to concentrate on your mechanics. Thankfully the course isn't super busy so if you hit a bad shot you can reset and tee another one up. We had a group in front of us and one behind and I was still able to take a needed second shot without slowing anyone down. We both enjoyed this course and felt for the price we more than got our monies worth. If you're expecting this to be like Renditions you'll be disappointed. If you want to improve your game this is one gem of a course. If you want to work on putting try the putt putt course. It's challenging. I will be back on a regular basis to improve my short game and I think if you give it a chance you'll be joining me.
Three club course, pitching, sand wedge and putter.
If you want to improve your short game, this is the course.
The greens, however, are terrible. Its like putting in the fairway!
Very nice place to learn and practice your short game. Greens are fairly easy with some slope challenges.
Good course to work on your short game. Nice condition. Wasn't busy
9 holes, 900 yd practice course
It's actually pretty good for what it is.
It's basically a driving-range with a putt-putt and 9 par3 holes.
The good thing about it is that you can hit to any hole from anywhere where there aren't any people playing...and if you walk behind the driving range there will be a lot of balls back there so no problem finding balls to hit.
it also has a nice challenging green behind the lake and an elevated green and a green tucked back in the far corner, these are perfectly valid approach-shots and this place is a great value to just come out and practice.
I picked up at least 50 range-balls behind the driving range and played them for a few hours until I literally wore myself out hitting balls
Very small course. All par 3 (all around 80-110 yards)
Wish I had looked this place up before booking. Thankfully ended up being only $8 a person but still was disappointing for an experienced golfer. Course is for BEGINNERS as is literally a pitch and put and greens are aweful. Cores from airation of greens laying around green and not a good experience on play side. There was s nice miniature golf course (didn't play) and staff were friendly but not what I expected. Driving range on site and they provided 1 basket of balls (50) for 3 people to warm up with.