A world-class Southern Maryland golf course.
Swan Point Yacht & Country Club started as a quaint, nine-hole Southern Maryland golf course along the banks of the Potomac River. Then, in the late 80’s Bob Cupp, world renowned golf course designer and consultant to the Augusta National Golf was hired to expand and redesign Swan Point to an 18 hole championship test of golf. The result is one of a very special and unique golfing challenge. For golfers who know the Middle Atlantic coast well, one image keeps coming to mind when they play here: They could swear they are in the Carolinas when they are on our course. Possibly it’s because on 12 holes, either water or marsh can come into play. Perhaps it’s because players share the fairways with deer, herons, osprey, and bald eagles.
Besides the getaway feeling on our fairways, you’re going to be amazed at the variety of the scenery and the challenges. Golfers playing Swan Point will be exposed to such a wide variety of scenery and golfing challenges that it really is hard to describe in words. You just need to come here play to play and see for yourself.
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