Queenstown Harbor

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Course: Queenstown Harbor Golf
Address: 310 Links Lane
Queenstown, MD 21658
County: Queen Anne’s
Phone: 410-827-6611
Toll Free: 800-827-5257
Website: www.mdgolf.com
Rates 2015 Season
(River) Monday – Thursday 89 18 Holes w/cart
(River) Friday – Sunday 119 18 Holes w/cart
(Lakes) Monday – Thursday 62 18 Holes w/cart
(Lakes) Friday – Sunday 74 18 Holes w/cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
Tees Yardage Par Slope Rating
(River) Green 7110 72 138 74.2
(River) Blue 6599 72 132 71.8
(River) Gold 5898 72 124 68.6
(River) White 5026 72 123 69
(Lakes) Green 6569 71 124 71
(Lakes) Blue 6058 71 118 68.4
(Lakes) Gold 5246 71 105 65
(Lakes) White 4606 71 111 66.6
Reviews
10/26/2004 We played the River Course at Queenstown Harbor, MD. It is certainly a premier golf course and the water views are fantastic. This is on a par with the ocean views at Marine Corps Kaneohe Bay Golf Course in Hawaii. A surprising point of interest was an historic marker, I believe on hole #14, which directed you to look up the Chesapeake towards Baltimore and Fort McHenry where Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner. You could almost visualize it. The course is immaculate, well groomed and offers an exciting array of holes. Since it is an upscale course, the fees are commensurate but worth the price. The Staff was really friendly and had great enthusiasm in getting us checked in and out on the course.We’ll hope to go back and play the Lakes Course sometime although it seems that visually there can be no comparison with the River Course. Steve – Year of Golf Winner
10/18/2003 Continuing on my quest to play as much golf as possible (also to provide YOU the best golf information ? hey, it?s work!), I was invited to play in another mini-neighborhood outing at Queenstown. Unfortunately, other commitments kept me from playing both tracks on this beautiful Saturday, but I?m pleased to report on the Lakes Course. I?ve played here before, however I was more impressed than ever with the excellent condition of the course on this day. The tee boxes, fairways and greens were immaculate! The scenery was beautiful (note the bay on number 13) and although this course has a relatively low slope rating of 118 from the blue tees, there are some challenging shots to be made on some of the lower handicap holes (but then again, isn?t that why they are more difficult than the others?). I would rate this course (as previously rated) as one where you can score well and improve your confidence as it offers areas to miss where you can make an up and down fairly easily. If you don?t score well here, blame it on the weather, or perhaps the fact it?s the first time you played here, or whatever reason you decide, but don?t blame the course ? it?s too nice! The staffers and rangers are extremely helpful and friendly adding to this nice venue. Lefty
10/29/2001 The Waggle.com team went out to review the Queenstown Harbor Golf Links and found the Lakes Course to be to our liking. This course is forgiving yet does offer some challenging risk/reward shots if you?re in the mood to go for it! In general, the course is ?Eastern Shore Flat? however the conditions of the fairways and greens were excellent. Water hazards abound as13 out of the 18 holes have some kind of water. The course is not long measuring only 6569 from the tips and is not the most difficult of courses to play. The greens were fast but not that fast that you can?t stop a downhill putt. Most of the greens had generous ?miss? areas where you can get up and down without major penalty. Play the Lakes Course if you?re in the mood to go for a low score without too much frustration! Lefty
10/29/2001 The Waggle.com team went to Queenstown to review this facility on a crisp October Monday. We were treated to fine service and a beautiful golf course. The River Course was in excellent condition and is truly a fun and challenging course to play. Interesting shots are required on the majority of holes and strategic play is a must for several others. The nice thing about the River Course (and Queenstown Lakes too), it is that most misses are not too severely penalized ? and that provides you with yet another chance to make up for that first missed shot and keeps your interest in the game. The River Course offers many scenic views of the bay and surroundings, which must be mentioned as well. If you?re in for a golf challenge, some beautiful scenery, and friendly service, give the River Course a try. Lefty
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