Golf in Montgomery Village


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  • Montgomery Village Golf Club
    Montgomery Village Golf Club's Edmund Ault–designed course sprawls across 6,726 yards of emerald corridors cleaved through the arboreal heart of Montgomery County. Fresh off recent refurbishments that include new tee boxes and switching to a bermuda hybrid grass, management continues to improve on a course that has hosted multiple PGA-sanctioned events and royal grass-grazing parties for traveling goat monarchs. Fairways tunnel through unforgiving tree lines as golfers swing their way toward each green, where fast surfaces form breaking putts. Alongside the pristine par 71, the club's grass-tee driving range, putting green, and full-service pro shop help streamline clubbers' birdie-hunting skills, and the Willow Tree Inn's restaurant and grill keeps players from dining on freshly torn divots with an all-day menu of entrees and drinks. Course at a Glance: * Designed by Edmund Ault * 18-hole, par 71 course * Length of 6,726 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 72.6 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 126 from the farthest tees
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    19550 Montgomery Village Ave
    Gaithersburg, MD US
  • Blue Mash Golf Course
    Named for the blue clay soil dotting the low-lying marsh around which it's built, Blue Mash Golf Course showcases 18 holes designed by renowned golf-course architect Arthur Hills. Send a messenger pigeon of the mind to your cranial caddy and materialize at Blue Mash for a round of golf for one (up to an $89 value). This deal also includes a yardage book ($2). Novice nine-iron knights traversing the course's rolling greens will take solace that no holes require hitting the ball over a wetland. A golf-cart rental is included in this deal, and complimentary warm-up balls are included in all greens fees.
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    5821 Olney Laytonsville Rd
    Laytonsville, MD US
  • Club Golf
    While the game of golf is always played outdoors, practicing is often better served indoors, where variables such as weather and turf quality can be controlled. Though Club Golf actually operates in both environments?it also does business at Blue Mash Golf Course?its primary facility is an indoor, golf-dedicated training center that helps players improve their game with an arsenal of hitting bays and swing-analysis devices. Among these are a pair of Trackman launch monitors, which measure a host of swing factors including club-head speed and launch angle, and six V1 Video Analysis Systems, which help players understand the precise mechanics of their swing, from address to backswing. But it's not all about technology, unlike Ivan Drago's unnatural workout routine in Rocky IV. The club also features a 1,200-square-foot putting green and a short-game practice area with a bunker, as well as fitness equipment to help players transform themselves into long-driving, straight-hitting golfing machines. Overseeing all of this swinging, measuring, sand-blasting, and dumbbell-curling are a pair of PGA-certified instructors, Ryan Chaney, John Hafera, Brendon Post, and Joy Bonhurst. Each conducts private and group lessons in the facility, and then helps students make the transition outdoors through lessons on course strategy and decision-making.
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    9811 Washingtonian Blvd
    Gaithersburg, MD US
  • Waters Landing Golf Park
    Golf balls whistle through the air as they take flight over the driving range at Waters Landing Golf Park, an 18-acre practice facility where golfers of all stripes flock to groom their game. But while the range?s mix of grass and artificial tees?as well as its 15 covered and heated hitting stalls?offer ample space for solitary practice or black-market driver exchanges, the heart and soul of Waters Landing Golf Park is its golf instruction curriculum. Helmed by PGA Director of Instruction John Hafera, lessons and clinics take a modern and holistic approach to golf improvement. Using Titleist Performance Institute?s techniques for measuring golf fitness and the latest technological teaching aids?including K-Vest 3-D motion-capture analysis and V1 video-swing analysis?John and his staff assess golfers? skill sets using the "six factors of golf": swing technique, equipment, mental game, physical assessment, course management, and special knowledge. By making strides in each of these six golf facets, golfers can scratch bogeys off of their scorecards and overcome their fear of being swallowed whole by a sand trap.
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    20701 Crystal Rock Dr.
    Germantown, MD US

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