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Golf in Ocean City

There’s more to do in Ocean City besides lounging on the beach! If you’re looking for a relaxing yet challenging activity, there is nothing better than golf. If you’re looking for a full-fledged course, Ocean City has you covered.

There are ten pro courses available for use in and around the resort.

  • Eagle’s Landing Golf Course in Berlin, Maryland, is always a favorite of visitors. Owned and operated by the Town of Ocean City since 1991, the course frequently welcomes tourists of all ages and skill levels. Eagle’s Landing features scenic views of the bay and Assateague Island, along with an abundance of wildlife. There are no memberships at Eagle’s Landing, but there is a local rewards program for year-round residents, which includes offers of discounted rates. Morning and evening tee times fill up fast, so be sure to book your slot early online or by calling the course. “We always say that we offer premium golf at an affordable price. Golf is not cheap anywhere, but we are less expensive than other premium courses,” said Bob Croll, Head Golf Professional at Eagle’s Landing. “We have an award-winning layout and are consistently voted among the top courses in the state. This is not just a great course, but one that people enjoy.” Call 443-736-2224 for more information.
  • Baywood Greens – Millsboro, Delaware – 302-947-9800
  • Bear Trap Dunes – Ocean View, Delaware – 302-537-5600
  • The Bay Club – West Course – Berlin, Maryland – 410-641-4081
  • Blue Water Golf – Ocean City, Maryland – 410-726-6255
  • Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links – Berlin, Maryland – 410-629-1414
  • Glen Riddle – War Admiral – Berlin, Maryland – 410-213-2325
  • Bayside Resort Golf Club – Selbyville, Delaware – 302-436-3400
  • Lighthouse Sound Golf Club – Bishopville, Maryland – 410-641-1189
  • Nutter’s Crossing – Salisbury, Maryland – 410-860-4653

To see more courses and deals, visit ocgolfing.com.

Logan Dubel
Logan Dubel
Logan Dubel is a contributor for OceanCity.com and the host of "This Week in Ocean City." He is a Baltimore County native, Franklin High School graduate, and an undergraduate journalism and media student at the University of Texas at Austin. He joined the OceanCity.com team in June 2020. On the shore, he has also served as a writer at the Art League of Ocean City and the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum. Logan has a strong passion for covering the news and its impact on Marylanders. Since arriving at OceanCity.com, he has covered the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, interviewed newsmakers including former First Lady Yumi Hogan, Mayor Rick Meehan, and members of the City Council, featured local businesses, and covered local events. As a collegiate journalist, Logan also works as a Life and Arts Reporter for The Daily Texan and an anchor/reporter for Texas Student Television. Most recently, he anchored live coverage of the 2022 Midterm Elections and reported from the CMT Music Awards Red Carpet. Have a story idea? Contact logan@oceancity.com.

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