Five Farms Clubhouse, 11500 Mays Chapel Rd,
Lutherville, Maryland 21093
Office+1 (410) 889 4400
Pro shop+1 (410) 252 6505
Fax+1 (410) 889 0423
36 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
East course: original layout by A. W. Tillinghast (1926); modifications by Brian Silva (1991), and restoration by Keith Foster (2015).
West course: opened in 1962; redesigned by Bob Cupp and Tom Kite (1990); renovation by Keith Foster (2012).
Above distances are for the East course. Also at Baltimore CC is the 18-hole par-72 West course (6800 yds from back tees).
2.5 mi W of Timonium / 12 mi N of downtown Baltimore.
The private Baltimore Country Club, located at Five Farms, is home to two 18-hole golf courses, the highly-ranked East course and the also well-rated and pleasantly testing West course.
The East course, often called the Five Farms course, is a tree-lined parkland layout that should not disappoint, with many attractive features and several excellent holes to enjoy. Plenty of golfing challenge, a well-crafted design and usually good upkeep all contribute to the appeal of this course. This private course is generally playable only by members and their invited guests.
Private club - guests may only play if hosted by a member.
Excellent (incl a double-ended driving range).
A. W. Tillinghast designed Baltimore CC's highly acclaimed East course at Five Farms, which officially opened for play in 1926. The Club's original Roland Park course (on which the 1899 US Open was played), was closed in 1962, the same year as the West course at Five Farms opened. | Baltimore CC has hosted many top national championships including the US Open, US PGA Championship, US Women's Open, Walker Cup and US Amateur Championship (see our Tournaments section >by Venue >Baltimore CC).
East course (Five Farms):
World: formerly ranked world's 91st best course (GOLF magazine, 2003; not in subsequent editions of this ranking).
USA: 116th best course in the USA (Golf Digest, 2019/20).
State: 2nd best course in Maryland (Golf Digest, 2019/20).
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