Spectacular Golf At Every Turn
Montgomery Country Club's par-72, 6,700-yard championship layout was designed by golf course architect Edmund Ault to blend seamlessly with its pristine natural surroundings in the rolling hills of Laytonsville. Thick stands of mature trees frame rye grass fairways and large, pristine greens, with seven beautiful water features, lovely flora and fauna, and unique bunkering creating both strategic diversity and a stunning backdrop for golf. While challenging for scratch golfers, multiple tees on each hole enable golfers of all ages and abilities and opportunity to enjoy this hidden golf gem.
Maintained to premium standards all season long, the club is one of the most sought-after locales in the state of Maryland for championship golf competition. The club served as host of a Kemper Open qualifying event and as a local qualifying site for the 1994 U.S. Open, along with numerous regional and state championships - including the Maryland State Golf Association (MSGA) Senior Women’s Amateur, Middle Atlantic PGA Match Play qualifier, the MSGA Senior Open, the Mid Atlantic Golf Association Mid-Amateur, the MSGA Men’s and Women’s Mid-Amateur Championships, the MAGA Four Ball Championships, the WMGA Metropolitan Young Amateurs and the MSGA One Day 4-Ball Amateur Event among many others.
Complementing the course is an expansive golf practice facility including a driving range and short game area - the perfect setting for perfecting every aspect of one's game in a serene, peaceful setting, as well as a comprehensive golf instructional program for juniors and adults taught by top PGA teaching professionals. To learn more about golf instruction, please click here.