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University of Maryland Golf Course

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University of Maryland, College Park campus
University of Maryland Golf Course
Club information
Coordinates38°59′28″N 76°57′14″W / 38.991°N 76.954°W / 38.991; -76.954Coordinates: 38°59′28″N 76°57′14″W / 38.991°N 76.954°W / 38.991; -76.954
LocationCollege Park, Maryland, US
TypePublic / University
Owned byUniversity of Maryland, College Park
Operated byUniversity of Maryland, College Park
Total holes18
Tournaments hostedmultiple
Designed byGeorge Cobb, Bill Love, Brian Kington
Length7,015 yds
Course rating73.7/137

The University of Maryland Golf Course in College Park, Maryland, is the home of the Maryland Terrapins men's and women's golf teams. The semi-private championship course was designed in 1955 by George Cobb, the course has been a longtime host of state and regional tournaments and hosts over 50,000 rounds of golf annually.[1] The course is located in the northern perimeter of the University of Maryland, College Park's campus, and is home to a 45-station driving range and a 5,000-square-foot (460 m2) putting green.

A 35,000-square-foot (3,300 m2), plantation-style clubhouse, named Mulligan's Grill and Pub, is located on the course. Completed in 1999 for $3 million, Mulligan's houses a full-service bar, banquet facility, and pro shop.[2][3] The golf course underwent a series of renovations from 2008 to 2009.[4]

The Melwood Prince George's County Open, a Nationwide Tour event, was held at the golf course in 2010 and 2011.[4] The 2016 Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association High school 4A/3A and 2A/1A state championships were also held here.[5]


  1. ^ Maryland Athletics, Maryland Golf Course Retrieved 2010-6-22.
  2. ^ Mulligans Grill and Pub website Retrieved 2010-6-22.
  3. ^ Division of Student Affairs, University of Maryland Golf Course History Retrieved 2010-6-22.
  4. ^ a b UMD Golf Course Website, Hole-by-Hole Retrieved 2010-6-22.
  5. ^ "State Tournament - Golf | The first gravitational wave detector, built by Dr. Joseph Weber, was built under the golf course.". Retrieved 2017-02-28.
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