Designed by architect J. Michael Poellot and two-time U.S. Open Champion Ernie Els, Whiskey Creek feels as big and bold as the land itself. Bordered by a high ridge of hardwoods and a winding, free-flowing creek, the course features wetlands, rock outcroppings, stone walls, streams, and dramatic views of the Catoctin Mountains.
Like most tested and true championship courses, Whiskey Creek, an honest golf course, presents its challenges and hazards in plain sight. The holes at Whiskey Creek were designed to test a player’s shot making ability, which is clearly evident on the par 5 closer where ruins of an old farmhouse split the fairway and offer a great risk-reward opportunity.
Come feel the drama that awaits just minutes off I-270, Exit 26, on Route 80 in Urbana, Maryland.
Read “Whiskey Creek Golf Course – A Smooth Round That Goes Down Easy” from the Winter 2015 issue and “Whiskey Creek Golf Course — A Round of Great Shots” from the Spring 2012 Golf Guide.
“Top Must Play Courses” —GolfStyles
“#1 Course Layout in Maryland” –Golf Advisor 2016
“#3 in MD, Best Public Golf Courses” —Golf Magazine 2012
Rated —Golf Digest
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