It doesn't matter if you are a good or a bad golfer. In Maryland, all golfers are fortunate enough to participate in the most beautifully designed courses ever.
Take the landing of the Eagle in Berlin, Maryland as an example. This is a gorgeous and tough course on the East Coast, unique in that it is the first golf course in Maryland to receive the “Ausiubon Sanctuary Golf Course” certification. It represents a great combination of nature and sport, with a unique connection along wetlands and marshes.
Bay Club is another golf course in Berlin, Maryland, offering more affordable rates and discounts.
Elite and perfect St. Michaels offers the Harbourtowne Masters Golf Package on the East Coast for $239 . The package includes an 18-day golf hole and a 3-day trolley, as well as a 2-night beachfront room, continental breakfast, driving range, luggage tag, club storage and cleaning service.
If you want to watch the passing of the spacecraft and seabirds during the game, you will immediately think of two golf courses.
The Rum Pointe Beach Golf Course has been voted one of the “Big Best Places of Entertainment” by Washington Golf Monthly and has a spectacular view of Assateague Island. The courses designed by Pete Dye and PB Dye pose challenges for players of all levels.
The Sound of the Lighthouse Golf Club does its best to see the skyline of the ocean city. Their "Passport Play" package gives you the opportunity to offer 3 award-winning courses for 2 euros. Including weekends [written in 2006].
You can find more information about all golf courses in Maryland at http://www.visitmaryland.org.