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Baltimore City Public Golf Courses

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Baltimore City Public Golf Courses

The great Arnold Palmer won his second tournament at Mount Pleasant Golf Course

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Baltimore City has five public golf courses that host players of all skill levels for remarkably low greens fees. The public courses are spread throughout the city and are run by the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation. You don't have to get in your car for a long drive into the suburbs to tee it up in Baltimore.

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Note: All greens fees include cart, and courses also offer special rates for juniors, seniors and students.

***Want to play in the county? Check out these Baltimore County Public Golf Courses***

Mount Pleasant

Location: 6001 Hillen Rd. Get directions
Phone: 410-254-5100
Greens fees: Weekdays and weekends after noon: $38; Weekends before noon: $44. Twilight rates range from $19 to $31
Claim to fame: Home of the Eastern Invitational Open from 1950-1963. In 1956, Arnold Palmer secured his second American tournament win as a touring golfer at Mount Pleasat.

Pine Ridge

Location: 2101 Dulaney Valley Rd., Lutherville. Get directions
Phone: 410-252-1408
Driving range: 410-252-7612. Small bucket (34 balls): $4; Medium (75 balls) $7.50; Large (150 balls) $12
Greens fees: Weekdays and weekends after noon: $42; Weekends before noon: $55. Twilight rates range from $21 to $32
Claim to fame: Site of Nancy Lopez's second LPGA victory.

Clifton Park

Locaiton: 2701 St. Lo Dr. Get directions
Phone: 410.243.3500
Greens fees: Weekdays and weekends after noon: $30; Weekends before noon: $35; Twilight rates range from $17 to $26
Claim to fame: Baltimore's first public golf course, Clifton Park was built in 1915 on the grounds of Johns Hopkins’ summer mansion.

Forest Park

Location: 2900 Hillsdale Ave. Get directions
Phone: 410.448.4653
Greens fees: Weekdays and weekends after noon: $31; Weekends before noon: $35; Twilight rates range from $18 to $37
Claim to fame: Measuring just 6,100 yards from the back tees, this course’s relatively short length does not necessarily translate into low scores. Small elevated green complexes, tree-lined fairways, uneven terrain and especially difficult par 3 holes will challenge golfers of all abilities.

Carroll Park

Location: 2100 Washington Blvd. Get directions
Phone: 410-685-8344
Green fees: Weekdays: $17; Weekends: $18; Twilight rates range from $11 to $13
Claim to fame: A nine-hole course.

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