Oakmont Green Golf Course

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Course: Oakmont Green Golf Course
Address: 2290 Golf View Lane
  Hampstead, MD 21074
County: Carroll
Phone: 410-374-1500
Website: www.oakmontgreen.com
Rates 2012
Mon - TH3318 Holes and cart
Friday3618 Holes and cart
Sat, Sun, Holidays4418 Holes and cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
TeesYardageParSlopeRating
Blue66007212271.4
White63737211870.5
Red51397211669.3
Reviews
9/19/2006An early Fall outing at Oakmont Greens in Hampstead provided me another chance to review this track. I hadn’t played there in a couple of years and was wondering what the condition of this “muni” would be like. I remembered it being fairly rough and the greens being pretty slow but was pleasantly surprised to find it in pretty decent shape. The fairways seemed “lusher” than last time I played and the greens were actually faster than prior plays as well. I wouldn’t call them “resort lightening quick” but they were faster than they have been in the past. The overall condition of the course was much better than I remembered it and actually played quite well. The scramble format which this track is becoming famous for provided us a fun day. If you want a less expensive place to bang it around with pretty decent conditions and some challenging holes (number 9 comes to mind), head out to Oakmont Greens! Lefty
5/20/2003I finally played Oakmont Greens on a non-windy day (see previous reviews). This course is a not-too-difficult municipal course but will offer you some challenges. A couple of fairly long par 5’s may tempt you to go for it in 2 but watch out on 2 of them for hidden water hazards near the green which will collect your second shot. (Hint #18 is one of them) Some of the par 4’s are shorter to give you some birdie chances but on a few others, a par is a good score. All in all, this course plays pretty long and with a few tight holes you can add up a higher score here than you’d think. The price is right and if you want a nice play out in the country, try Oakmont Greens. Lefty
9/11/2002I was invited to play in a scramble tourney at Oakmont Greens on a windy late summer day. It seems that it is ALWAYS windy at Oakmont Greens – perhaps it’s just me? Anyway, Oakmont Greens is a fun track to play offering many wide-open holes and plenty of elevation changes. Although this is not a pristine upscale course you may want to play the price is right and it will test your golf skills with some target drives and some strategic do or die decisions on par 5’s as well as some long par 4’s. I particularly like the par 3 13th which requires a mid to long iron to an elevated green (usually with a cross wind). Most of your errant shots won’t cost you too dearly except for extra distance but there are several holes that will errant shots and not give them back so use your head on those holes. The greens weren’t particularly fast and looked slightly beat up from careless players not fixing their ball marks, however they putted fairly well, although our team didn’t. If you’re in the northern Carroll County area, give Oakmont Greens a try. Lefty’s Team
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