The Bay Club

Fun, exciting, and challenging golf is what the Bay Club offers its guests. Perfectly nestled in Maryland’s picturesque natural wetlands and woodlands, this 36-hole golf gem is all about unique design combined with nature’s finest beauty. The Bay Club is also a golf facility that is dedicated in providing a legendary experience for golfers whether in the on course or off course. The East Course and the West Course comprise this championship golf masterpiece.

Bay Club’s East Course takes pride on being a nominee to the list of Golf Digest’s best new courses for 1999. The golf course was designed by the renowned golf course architect Charles Priestly and was opened for play in 1999. Beautiful as challenging, this course is being highlighted by the exquisite Zoysia grass fairways. This spectacular 18-hole championship layout also features the acres of glistening lakes, man-made and natural wet land areas, sand traps that were strategically placed, and the unparalleled “Paradise Island” green. The layout’s tees and greens are also placed into the area’s natural woodlands. The course was given a course rating of 72.4 and a slope rating of 122.

The West Course on the other hand has been considered as the original of Bay Club’s courses. This layout is said to be the home of the “Devil’s Island”, an infamous par-3 island green on the #14, and the “Green Monster”, a 100-yard double green on the #9 and #18. This 18-hole challenging layout was designed by the famed golf course architect Russell Roberts and was opened for play a decade before the East Course. From the black tees, the layout offers the par-72, 6,951-yard of play with a course rating of 73.1 and a slope rating of 130.

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