||Back on the road again.
We played Hog Neck in Talbot County, MD on Oct. 27th and had a great time. It’s a wonderful county course, great layout and in terrific condition. We were told that the course suffered quite a bit a few years back and player traffic fell off quite a bit. Most of the course has been redone in the last couple of years and I can attest to the fact that it’s in great shape. A nice diversity of holes make it a challenging and enjoyable course. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to meet with neither the Director of Golf Operations, Mark Herrmann, nor Head Pro Mike Kaminskas who was giving a lesson. They are on winter rates now and if you haven’t played it or did in the past and were unsatisified, you’ll be happily surprised at the condition and playability of the course. Steve – Year of Golf Winner
||When you arrive at the course, you think “Wow what a pretty course!”. Everything is green, there are big pines and plenty of flowers in bloom. When you stand on the first tee, you think “Wow this is a tight course!”. Don’t be scared – it opens back up on #2. But score well while you can because it tightens up again on the back. Hog Neck offers a nice layout, good course conditions, and occasionally windy days. The greens are huge – which helps the GIR stat but offers more 3-putt opportunites. This is a great course to play on your way to the beach. Bogeyman