Glen Riddle Golf Club

Situated minutes away from the amazing Ocean City, Maryland, the Glen Riddle Golf Club is perfectly nestled on a site that was once a horse training facility. This 7,000-yard windswept links golf is comprised of two award-winning 18-hole courses owned and developed by Thomas H. Ruark Incorporated. The layout also serves as the centerpiece of Glen Riddle’s residential development. When this challenging golf course opened in 2006, it has then attracted all sorts of golfers including the seasoned professionals. The Man O’War Course and the War Admiral Course are the two layouts that the golf club boasts about.

The War Admiral Course was named from a thoroughbred racehorse legend “War Admiral” that stayed in the training facility before the golf club was developed. This layout runs through the area’s mature forest where golfers confront the unique obstacles from the tees. The War Admiral also features the breathtaking rugged bunkers and the scenic tidal marsh which highlights the layout’s five dramatic holes. From the course’s rear tees, golfers are provided with a 6,889-yard par-72 play.

The Man O’War Course on the other hand occupies Glen Riddle’s western portion. When on play, golfers will have a challenging encounter with the layout’s large greens, sand dunes, pot bunkers, double fairways, as well as the eastern shore winds. The area’s historic racetrack where the champion thoroughbreds used to train has served as the layout’s strategic cross hazard on its three holes. From the rear tees, golfers will have the 7,163-yard par-72 play.

To add up to the excitement, Glen Riddle Golf Club also offers the excellent teaching and practice facility and a pro shop. Once visiting Florida, take time to stop by on one of the state’s legendary golf vacation destination for a truly impressive golf experience.

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