Nutters Crossing Golf Club

With the 90-degree rule in effect most of the year, the Nutters Crossing Golf Club is more fun compared to other golf courses in Maryland. As players walk from hole to hole, beautiful lush fairways greet them together with gently sloping hills. This golf vacation destination harbors eight water hazards aside from its famous 50 sand bunkers which add to the challenge of every round played by the eager golfers. Novice and advanced players enjoy pitching with the modest back tee yardage and rolling greens which are built to USGA specifications. Local and international players visit this resort from time to time to experience an excellent adrenaline rush.

The Nutters Crossing Golf Club is the home of savory dishes served daily by their very own restaurant. After a hard day’s work out in the field, golfers can fully enjoy their golf trips by satisfying their hungry stomachs with delicious starters and sides, salads, sandwiches, breakfast platters, and refreshing beverages. This resort is situation 5 minutes away from the Ocean City and is considered one of those most conditioned courses in the area. This resort offers two layouts namely the front side and the back side. The former is wide open allowing a big room for errors while the back side is narrower and requires high teeing accuracy.

Different golf vacation package deals are also available depending on the type of membership the players acquire. The single membership fee is $ 995 while the family is $ 1495. Junior membership is also available at $ 375 and junior executive at $ 700. Memberships at the Nutters Crossing Golf Club include unlimited rounds with complimentary green fees. Members are also entitled to 15% discount on “soft goods” at the Ruark Golf Properties Golf Shops.


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