Montgomery County Golf Course

Find Montgomery County Maryland golf courses. Golf courses can be public or private, and provide a facility for individuals to play golf, take golf lessons, and buy golf equipment.

Argyle Country Club 14600 Argyle Club Road Silver Spring MD 20906 301-598-5500

Bethesda Country Club 7601 Bradley Boulevard Bethesda MD 20817 301-365-1700

Blue Mash Golf Course 5821 Olney Laytonsville Road Gaithersburg MD 20882 301-670-1966

Bretton Woods Country Club 15700 River Road Darnestown MD 20874 301-948-5405

Congressional Country Club 8500 River Road Bethesda MD 20817 301-469-2000

Falls Golf Course Clubhouse 10800 Falls Road Potomac MD 20854 240-660-2670

Four Streams Golf Club 19501 Darnestown Road Beallsville MD 20839 301-349-2900

Gaithersburg Miniature Golf 510 South Frederick Avenue Gaithersburg MD 20877 301-258-6420

Hampshire Greens Golf Course 616 Firestone Drive Silver Spring MD 20905 301-476-7999

Kenwood Golf & Country Club 5601 River Road Bethesda MD 20816 301-320-3605

Lakewood Country Club 13901 Glen Mill Road Rockville MD 20850 301-762-5430

Laytonsville Golf Course 7130 Dorsey Road Gaithersburg MD 20882 301-948-5288

Leisure World Golf Club 3701 Rossmoor Boulevard Silver Spring MD 20906 240-560-6849

Little Bennett Golf Course 25900 Prescott Road Clarksburg MD 20871 301-253-1515

Montgomery Country Club 20908 Golf View Drive Gaithersburg MD 20882 240-912-9515

Montgomery Village Golf Club 19550 Montgomery Village Avenue Gaithersburg MD 20886 301-948-6204

Needwood Golf Course 6724 Needwood Road Derwood MD 20855 301-948-1075

Norbeck Country Club 17200 Cashell Road Rockville MD 20853 301-774-7700

Northwest Golf Course 15711 Layhill Road Silver Spring MD 20906 301-598-6100

Olney Golf Park 3414 Emory Church Road Olney MD 20832 301-570-6600

About Golf courses

How much does it cost to play on a Golf Course?

The cost to play golf varies dramatically from one Golf Course to the next. The green fee, or fee for playing a round of golf, can be as little as $10 to $15. Green fees at resort Golf Courses can be in the hundreds of dollars. Municipal Golf Courses tend to be more affordable than privately-owned Golf Courses.

Do Golf Courses provide clubs for players?

No. Golfers are required to bring their own set of clubs to play. It is extremely rare for a course to offer clubs to rent or borrow. Most courses do not permit players to share sets of clubs while playing and require each individual player to bring their own set.

What is a tee time?

A tee time is the start time for a round of golf. Players can reserve tee times, which are spaced apart by approximately seven to 15 minutes to ensure an efficient flow of golfers through the course. Some Golf Courses do not require a tee time, but most do.