The Man O’War Course occupies the westerly portion of GlenRiddle. The course features pure, windswept links golf. The golfer faces challenges often found in the British Isles including large greens, double fairways, pot bunkers, sand dunes, and the ever-present eastern shore winds. The historic racetrack used to train champion thoroughbreds is utilized as a strategic cross hazard on three holes. The Man O’War Course plays 7,163 yards and a par of 72 from the rear tees.
Man O’War’s sister course, War Admiral, is routed through mature forest and offers a completely different golf experience. The course is sheltered from the wind, but provides a demanding test from the tees. The site’s beautiful tidal marsh comes into play on five dramatic holes, offering amazing views. Rugged, breathtaking bunkers reminiscent of golf’s great past is the signature of the War Admiral Course. From the rear tees the course plays to a par of 72 and a length of 6,889 yards
Not often is a golf course architect provided a site with so much natural diversity. Our goal from the beginning was to create a course that allows Mother nature to show off her beauty. Lighthouse Sound offers great variety in terms of visual excitement and strategy. As often as possible we tried to take advantage of the expansive views of the bay and Ocean City skyline. Ten holes border the pristine marshlands found within the 1,000 acre site while others are framed with mature hardwoods. Together, this collection of holes will hopefully provide a challenging and memorable golf experience. We hope you will come back often to test your skill and experience the exceptional beauty of Lighthouse Sound.
Beautiful lush fairways roll over gently sloping hills, past eight water hazards and through a maze of over 50 bunkers, to rolling greens built to USGA specifications. Relax in our classic colonial brick clubhouse with dining facilities. Located off Route 50, 25 miles from Ocean City, you can break up your trip to or from the beach and play a great game of golf at Nutters Crossing.
This Scottish-style links is the only area course to feature bent-grass on the fairways and greens. No less than 17 of the 18 holes have a bay view with several holes having direct bay frontage, where you can start your ball over the water to shorten the hole. The Dyes have certainly created situations of risk and reward that will quicken the heart rate of even the most experienced golfer. From the back tees this championship quality course is capable of hosting a PGA Tour stop but forgiving enough from the middle tees to satisfy golfers of all skill levels.