Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links

The Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links is a Scottish-style golf links designed by Pete Dye and P.B. Dye, the famous father and son tandem. This magnificent golf gem has been well thought-out as the only golf course in the area that is being highlighted by Bent grass on its fairways and greens. Since the golf course’s debut in 1997, golfers of all ages and skill levels has been flocking Rum Pointe to have the finest golf experience. While on play, golfers will also get the best views of the Assateague National Seashore Park. And in order to maintain the superior course condition, golfers are not allowed use the metal-spiked golf shoes.

This Dye masterpiece also brings about the perfect blend of nature and the finest work of art. To add up to the challenge when already in play, golfers will come across the various risks and reward features that even the skilled golfers still find very surprising. The back tees from the middle tees are forgiving enough to cater to all sorts of golfers but the entire layout is capable of hosting the prestigious PGA Tour. The Black tees offer the par-72, 7,001-yard play that was given a course rating of 72.6 and a slope rating of 122.

Other features of Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links include a double ended driving range where one end is used for testing and the other end for practice, as well as the exceptionally large putting green. For the aspiring golfers, extensive teaching program from the Golf School is available. If guests would prefer to take longer golf vacations at Rum Pointe, an on-site 2nd floor apartment is also available. A floor cupola and a large outdoor deck for viewing the Atlantic Ocean are featured in each apartment.

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