We're golfers, too, and know that playing at a snail's pace can ruin a round. While some factors (like "cart-path only" or a full tee sheet) are unavoidable, there are some steps golfers in Ocean Pines can take to play faster, smarter and better.
1. Play the Right Set of Tees
There's no need to make your round harder than it needs to be. Especially if you're not familiar with the course, try playing from a shorter set of tees. You'll speed up play and probably have more fun, too.
Join us on the driving range and try out the latest equipment from Srixon and Cleveland Golf on Wednesday, May 8. Free Srixon and Cleveland Golf club fittings will be held from 12-4pm; free Srixon ball fittings will be held from 4-6pm. No registration is required. Open to the public! For more information, please call 410-641-6057.
Construction is slated to begin this year on a new clubhouse! The brand-new facility will feature an expansive bar and grill, dedicated space for club repair and fittings and a large deck designed to take full advantage of the sweeping views of our 18th hole and pond.
What will stay the same are our classic Robert Trent Jones, Sr.-designed course, friendly staff, superb practice facilities and incredible golf value.
Stay tuned for additional updates and progress reports, but in the meantime check out the proposed design below!
Ocean Pines PGA Director of Golf John Malinowski had the opportunity recently to show off the course on "Endless Golf" with host Bobby Vermillion. The episode features John and Bobby playing the 11th and 12th holes and showcases the course's fabulous conditions this spring. You'll also see John share some putting golf tips. The show is airing on stations up and down the East Coast and can also be viewed on YouTube!
The public is invited to enjoy a fun morning of golf at the 34th Annual Taylor Bank / Ocean Pines Golf Tournament to benefit junior golf on Wednesday, June 13 at 9 am. The tournament, with the generous support of Taylor Bank and other local businesses, is a major fundraising event that has allowed Ocean Pines Golf Club the ability to conduct junior golf clinics, a junior golf invitational tournament and donate at least $3,000 per year in scholarships to local students.
The tournament format is a four-person modified scramble; teams must use each player's drive two times. The entry fee is $50 for Ocean Pines golf members with a cart package, $65 for Ocean Pines golf members without a cart package and $80 for the public.