Ocean City Golf Club

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Course: Ocean City Golf Club
Address: 11401 Country Club Drive
  Berlin, MD 21811
County: Worcester
Phone: 410-641-1779
Toll Free: 800-442-3570
Website: www.oceancitygolfclub.com
Rates Summer 2012
Newport Bay - Everyday8518 Holes w/cart
Seaside - Everyday6518 Holes w/cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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Seaside - Black66047311570.9
Seaside - Blue62727311269.7
Seaside - White60327310868.3
Seaside - Red57207412473.3
Newport Bay - Black67127212772.1
Newport Bay - Blue63277212470.8
Newport Bay - Red52327211971.5
Newport Bay - White58517211869.2
6/16/2006A trip to the Ocean in mid June…what’s not to like? We ventured out to the OC Golf and Yacht Club for an annual outing that I managed to get invited to this year and was treated to a nice course at the OC Golf and Yacht Club – Newport Bay side. It had been several years since I played here and I didn’t remember it being as nice and challenging as it was on this day. Many of the holes require forced carries and/or an accurate tee shot in either length or direction and sometimes both! Water hazards abound and missed shots will cost you on this track. The course was in spectacular condition (all fairways, greens, tee boxes and sand traps) and the only thing I can complain about this day (other than my score) was the constant hawking of the Marshal to get us to play faster. It seems that there was an afternoon outing that was more important than us getting in our round and the constant “speed up” from her got old real quick. The fact that we were playing at a good pace and keeping up with the group in front of us only made it worse. In any event, make sure you can enjoy this course at your own pace prior to signing up and as long as you can, I think you will really enjoy Newport Bay! Lefty
8/19/2000I managed to sneak out another day from vacation and research the OC Golf and Yacht Club just down the street from Rum Point. A friend of mine told me to try the Newport Bay course, as it is more challenging than the Seaside course. I remembered the Seaside course as not all that difficult when I played it a few years ago and looked forward to playing Newport Bay. I wasn’t disappointed. This course offers many dogleg holes and scenic views throughout. Many of the holes were visually deceptive from the tee box but the pro link system on the carts provided an accurate description and yardages for the hole. The fairways and greens were in excellent shape, although the fairways were cut almost too close. The rough wasn’t too bad to hit out of and the fairways were mostly forgiving although unlike most beach courses, this one has a fair amount of trees. Most greens have some miss-area where an up and down is not too difficult but there are a fair amount of sand traps to trip you up. I played perhaps the best round of my life although I missed an eagle putt and several birdie putts by inches. Had they dropped, I could have had a Tiger-like score. OC Golf and Yacht Club is a nice course to play, but beware; the misquotes are relentless so bring your bug spray, and plenty of it! Lefty
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