Golf Courses

Golf Courses in Maryland - The Links At Challedon Golf CourseThere are many Golf Courses in Maryland. Here's just a few we are highlighting in the Maryland counties we serve.

Blue Mash Golf Course

Blue Mash Golf Course in Laytonsville, MD is a public golf course in Montgomery County, MD. Voted Best Golf Course in Montgomery County by Montgomery Gazette readers, Blue Mash is less than 15 minutes from Rockville and Gaithersburg downtowns, 20 minutes from Germantown, and less than 10 minutes from Olney.

With access via Route 108, Route 200 Inter-County Connector, I-95 and I-270, Blue Mash is conveniently accessible to Washington D.C., Frederick, Baltimore and Northern Virginia. Designed by world renown architect Arthur Hills, Blue Mash features a mix of links style, parkland, wooded, and water holes. There are no forced carries so it is manageable for beginners and high handicap golfers, and low handicap golfers will find its length from the back tees, strategic bunker placement, and well protected greens plenty of challenge. Blue Mash also has a practice facility which is a 10,000 square foot putting green, all grass tee driving range, and short game practice area.

Blue Mash Golf Course gets its name from the property’s original name “Blue Marsh,” referring to the blue clay of the marshy, thickly wooded land. 

Junior golfers enjoy 50% off all rates at Blue Mash and are invited to Blue Mash Golf Course for our renown summer golf camps! From the practice area to the course, from fun-filled lessons to ice cream and games, these junior golf summer camps offer a uniquely entertaining learning experience for young players 7 and up, from beginner to advanced levels.

Clustered Spires Golf Club

Clustered Spires Golf Club was established in 1991, as the first public golf course in Frederick County. The 185 acres on which Clustered Spires is located on what was formally a working dairy farm, set along the side of the Monocacy River.

The Monocacy River surrounds the golf course on 3 sides, creating a beautiful setting while providing a natural barrier from outside distractions. Clustered Spires received its name from the grouping of 5 very old and distinct church steeples that make up the clustered spires of Frederick City’s skyline. The respected design team of Ault Clark was hired to create a first class championship golf course for the people of Frederick. The concept was to create a fun and enjoyable course from the regular tees but a challenging competitive course reaching almost 7000 yards long from the back tees.

Clustered Spires, though in a rural setting, is only 2 miles from downtown Frederick City, making Clustered Spires very conveniently located. Golf Digest awards Clustered Spires a 4 star rating. 

Frederick Golf Club

The Frederick Golf Club offers three nine-hole courses. Two are generally played as an 18-hole combination, and one (the Blue course) which is played separately. Both courses feature rolling terrain and open fairways. Frederick Golf Club is open year round, weather permitting.

Hope Valley Golf Course

Hope Valley Golf Course is a 4072 yard, mid-length golf course located in Mount Airy, MD. Designed by Brian Ault, Hope Valley Golf Course offers elevation variations of all kinds. The course is always kept perfectly manicured and all fairways are tree lined with greens at 5000 square feet. It is a golf course that is both fun and challenging to golfers of all abilities.

The Timbers at Troy

Timbers at Troy is now a newly restored golf course.  Pristine course conditions, new crisp white bunkers, and all new course irrigation make the golf experience at Timbers second to none. 

Voted one of the "Top 100 Golf Courses" in the Mid-Atlantic by Golfstyles magazine, and Rated 4-Stars by Golf Digest, the Timbers at Troy provides a breathtaking backdrop of the best countryside in Maryland. Undulating fairways, mature trees and meandering streams create a memorable golf experience that will challenge golfers of every level. 

Bentgrass tees, greens and fairways, common at only the finest clubs and resorts, highlight this Howard County golf course. While rare for a DC area public golf course, this is what makes the Timbers at Troy experience so memorable. 

This award winning par 72 championship course plays over 6,650 yards from the back tees with a challenging course rating of 134. The Timbers features a state-of-the-art practice range with bentgrass tees and mats, target greens and a chipping area.

The Links at Challedon

Established in 1996, The Links at Challedon is nestled in Mount Airy, MD on the Montgomery and Frederick county border. The par 72 golf course, designed by Brian Ault the former American Society of Golf Course Architects President, offers challenging yet approachable play with large undulating greens and water in play on many holes.

Named after the Maryland-bred horse that won the 1939 Preakness, The Links at Challedon is rated among the area's best golf courses. Located 20 miles east of Frederick just off I-70 and MD Route 27, this scenic course challenges golfers of all abilities and offers amenities ranging from a full-service restaurant and sports bar to a state of the art practice driving range. The Links at Challedon is just a short drive from Eldersburg, Ellicott City, Westminster, Clarksburg and Baltimore.

The Links at Challedon offers a full length driving range, two putting greens, and chipping green.