Beaver Creek Country Club

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Course: Beaver Creek Country Club
Address: 9535 Mapleville Rd
  Hagerstown, MD 21740
County: Washington
Phone: 301-733-5152
Rates 2012
Mon - Fri5018 Holes and cart
Sat/Sun/Holidays6018 Holes and cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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6/16/2004I managed to sneak out and enjoy a mid-week round at Beaver Creek Country Club just east of Hagerstown off Route 66. The second time for me at this track again demonstrated a fine layout and good course conditions. I remembered from my previous play here that the front nine is pretty tight (didn’t help me much as you gotta hit’em in the short grass) and that the back is a more wide-open but still challenging nine. In particular, the par 3, 16th and par 4, 17th required at least one “golf shot” to score a par as even once you get to the green there is work to be done. The greens were not extremely fast, however they were in good condition and putted true. The fairways, bunkers and tees were also in fine shape. The pace of play was excellent and the clubhouse featured cold beverages, which were welcome on this hot humid day. Beaver Creek is an old style course that was fun to play! Lefty
7/24/2003A few of us managed to sneak out on an absolutely perfect day for golf to Beaver Creek Golf Club just off I-70 near Hagerstown. I’ve heard about this course and wanted to play it for quite a while. From what I heard of it being a “Country Club”, I didn’t’ know what to expect but that’s what I’m hear to tell you. This course has a rather low slope rating of below 120 (indicating a fairly easy track for us hackers), however I felt it was more difficult because of the tree lined fairways which required accurate drives more so than other courses I’ve played. Perhaps it was an illusion (and I’ll have to play it again!) but if I had to describe the front nine with one word, it would be “tight”. The back nine opened up and I thought was easier, however it offered several challenging-good-shot-rewarding holes, that I just happened to get rewarded on. The conditions were good to excellent with the greens being particularly nice. A few of the fairways had some small areas of ground under repair and/or burn outs but nothing to really complain about. A nice feature of the tree-lined areas is that most of them are mature and you can find your ball if you hit into “jail”. This track is inexpensive and if you’re in the Hagerstown area, play the Creek! Lefty
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