Rolling Hills and Woodlands
The course is carved from the rolling hills and woodlands of northern Montgomery County, making each hole a unique experience. Many believe that the course’s most unforgettable feature is the beautiful waterfall and twin ponds that flank the 9th and 18th greens. Other features include deeply terraced tee boxes, deep pot bunkers, artistic rock sculptures, and a stunning island green on the 11th hole. Players face water features on four holes while ten others require shots over small streams and valleys. The P.B. Dye Golf Club is the only course in the state of Maryland to feature Penn G-2 bent grass greens.