Beach Club Golf Links

Almost Spring Golfer

Address:

Phone:

Course: Beach Club Golf Links
Address: 9715 Deer Park Road
  Berlin, MD 21811
County: Worcester
Phone: 410-641-4653
Toll Free: 800-435-9223
Website: www.beachclubgolflinks.com
Rates Summer 2010
Weekday59Green fees and cart
Weekend59Green fees and cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
TeesYardageParSlopeRating
Inner Links/Black70207212873
Inner Links/Blue66027212571.1
Inner Links/White61937212069.2
Inner Links/Red51677211769
Outer Links/Black65487213471.7
Outer Links/Blue60917212969.5
Outer Links/White56067212367.4
Outer Links/Red50227211968.6
Reviews
10/5/2007To the Ocean on another research trip – we ventured to the Beach Club which has recently undergone a transformation from the inner links and outer links to the Sand, Surf and Sun nines to make way for more development…egad, but sometimes those great courses have to make some money in other ways. Well what used to be commonly and cutely referred to as the “Outer Course and the Inner course is now 27 holes – but still very playable and still a nice facility. On this day, we were playing a scramble event for Charity and if you’re like me, sometimes a scramble isn’t really like real golf…but then again, it’s a day out of the office so it ain’t all bad. We played the Sand and Surf nines and they offered some nice challenges. A couple of the par 5’s are reachable but only with a big drive and approach. Most of the par 3’s were in the 150 range (white tees) and in general the course we played was a player’s layout (approx. 6000 yards) with most holes being average in length. I do remember the closing hole being a long par 4 against the wind requiring a big drive and low iron to a large and tricky green but for the most part, this is a fun score friendly course. The clubhouse and restaurant were both well staffed and the eastern shore folks sure treat you nice at this facility. Lefty
9/8/2003The Beach Club consists of two excellent 18 hole layouts carved out of the woods just a mile north of Route 50 on Route 113 just before you get to the beach. An above average pro shop and snack bar await as does a very friendly staff led by Hunt Crosley. You can play all 36 holes and never get a sense you have played the same hole before. Each distinctive hole offers a fair yet challenging risk reward off the tee. The outer links is a bit tighter than the inner links. Both tracks intersect in an aesthetically pleasing way, but don’t worry, you won’t get lost as the cart paths are light colored concrete for one an dark asphalt for the other. Large greens offer the chance to get on in regulation, but some long sloping putts are to be found. A nice range, practice area, and golf school round out one of the beach’s best golf values. Ayce
Scroll to Top