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Ocean Pines Golf Club Closed Temporarily

In order to comply with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's order that all of the state's non-essential businesses close, Ocean Pines Golf Club has ceased operations effective at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 23, 2020.
 
We will continue to follow the governor's order and will reopen once the ban is lifted and we determine that the golf course environment is safe for our employees and guests.
 
We appreciate your past patronage and look forward to welcoming you to our Robert Trent Jones, Sr.-designed course again soon!
 
Sincerely,
John C. Malinowski III, PGA
General Manager, Ocean Pines Golf Club

Ocean Pines Golf Club to Remain Open

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 Update: In order to comply with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's order that all of the state's non-essential businesses close, Ocean Pines Golf Club has ceased operations effective at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 23, 2020.
 
Ocean Pines Golf Club, like everyone else, has been carefully monitoring the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and considering how best to keep our staff and guests safe, while meeting the needs - when possible - of the golfing public.

Given the outdoor nature of the golf business, Ocean Pines Golf Club plans, for the foreseeable future, to remain open during its regular hours of operation. We have, however, instituted some modifications to our normal procedures to protect the health of those who work at and visit the course. Those modifications include:
  • Asking our guests to check in and/or pay one at a time to limit the number of people in the Golf Shop
  • Regularly wiping down hard surfaces in the Golf Shop as well as hand railings and golf cart steering wheels
  • Cleaning and sanitizing on-course bathrooms daily
  • Removing the flagsticks from all greens
  • Providing disposable gloves to our Golf Shop staff
  • Reminding our guests to be mindful of social distancing when playing a round with others

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Golf Scholarship Applications Now Online

The membership of the Ocean Pines Golf Club and Ocean Pines Golf Members’ Council are looking to award several scholarships of $500-$2,000 each to current high school seniors in support of their college plans for 2020-2021.
 
Scholarship organizers encouraged students from the Ocean Pines area, including Berlin and Worcester County, to check with their college guidance counselor and submit an application. Consideration will also be given to students from outside the area with a local connection, including those who participated in local junior golf programs or played on a local team.
 
Bob Long, scholarship committee chairman of the Ocean Pines Golf Members Council, said the organization awarded more than $5,000 to local students in 2018 and $7,000 this year.

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Pines Officials Break Ground on New Clubhouse

Ocean Pines Board members, General Manager John Viola, local builders Marvin Steen and Frank Brown, representatives from the Whayland Company and Davis, Bowen and Friedel, Inc., and members of the golf community on Tuesday, Oct. 1 took part in a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Ocean Pines Golf clubhouse.

Association President Doug Parks spoke first and thanked the several dozen people who attended the ceremony.

“This is a very exciting time,” he said. “I wanted to publicly recognize some of the people that have been instrumental in what’s going on … Steve Tuttle has been the Board representative on this project, and he’s done a yeoman’s work in keeping everything up to date [and] keeping the Board up to date.

“I’d also like to thank everybody else that’s been involved,” Parks continued, recognizing both “the former Board members who supported this and the current Board members who continue to support this, so we can make sure this project is delivered on time, so we can start enjoying a wonderful new facility here at the Golf course.”

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Golf Members' Council Raises Record Amount for Local Students

The Ocean Pines-Taylor Bank Golf Scramble, held in July at the Ocean Pines Golf Club, raised more than $11,000 for local scholarships.
 
Organizers from the Ocean Pines Golf Members’ Council, which hosts the event, said the tournament was so successful that the official tally is still ongoing.
 
“The bottom line is that our efforts raised over $11,100 and we are still counting,” Council Scholarship Chairman Bob Long said. “In June, we awarded $7,000 in scholarships to six local students; most of this was money that was raised in 2018. The $11,100 plus from this year’s scramble will mean we can provide significantly more money at graduation time in 2020.”

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