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6100 Marshalee Dr
Elkridge, MD  21075-5977
United States
P: (410) 313-4653
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Timbers Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 6,652 yards | 138 slope

73.5 rating | Bent grass

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Timbers Golf Course

The 18-hole "Timbers" course at the The Timbers at Troy facility in Elkridge, Maryland features 6,652 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.5 and it has a slope rating of 138 on Bent grass. Designed by Ken Killian, ASGCA, the Timbers golf course opened in 1996. KemperSports Management, Inc. manages this facility, with Kevin Smith as the General Manager.


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Reviewed April 13, 2013

Timbers is a bit over priced for what you get. The course is maintained - ok. Their practice range and putting areas are pretty lame. The course is moderately challenging. My biggest issue is with their greens. They dont really roll true. During the summer some of the greens are burned out with patches everywhere and it seems they dont have a maintenance crew going through and repairing divots.

Reviewed August 31, 2010

This is not a high end golf course, but it is a fun course to play. The price is a bit high for the area, but not significant enough to skip it. I live close by and this is my 4 pm course after a day of work in the summer. I must say over the past 3 years, the course is slowly getting worse. There are constantly areas under repair on the fairways, and bad patches of weeds on tee boxes. In 2006 or 2007 this was a must play course, with very nice fairways and greens. In 2010 it is just another public course with a reasonable layout. I would play it much less, if i lived farther away.

Reviewed August 18, 2009

We drove 2 hours from Pa to play this course, because it was supposed to be a Top 100 Mid Atlantic Must Play Course. I was really looking forward to playing here; however, we were very disappointed by the course and the conditions.
It is not a Must Play course. We were expecting a championship type course, but found it to be no better than average courses in our area. We used the Tee Times pass and paid $41 on a weekday, which was way too much and not worth the value.
Greens were the worst we played this year, divot marks everywhere, big holes in the greens, looked to be from soil samples, and you could see about a month's worth of previous day cup marks on every green.
Fairways were better but a lot of divot marks and very tightly mowed. They were extremely wet, because they were watering the fairways during our round, which is not common where we play, and we were doused by water a few times.
90 degree rules were in effect. On one hole a maintenance guy, probably the head, came by and yelled at us for having 1 tire off the cart path. Ludicrous considering the poor conditions.
Course was not spectacular in design and was very short. Too many short Par 4's at 300 or less yards, just not a typical championship type course which you would expect from a Must Play rated course. Looked like course was crammed into the property and there was not enough space. I do not recommend this course especially if you are out of the area.
It's not saying much if the golf carts are the only thing you liked about the course.

Reviewed August 23, 2008

Greens are difficult and not flat. Fairways are in decent shape with greens being good too. Tee boxes are a little beat up, but overall a nice course for the money. Not a very difficult course, but some holes are challenging. For me it was a nice change of pace. Will definitely go back.

Reviewed July 06, 2008

Reviewed June 26, 2008

This course will not let you spray the ball. If you routinely go thirty or forty yards off the fairway, then this course will give you a high score. Its not long, so if you can stay straight, you can play well. The clubhouse and the course are very nice, and the price is certainly reasonable, but it isn't cheap.

Reviewed June 18, 2008

Reviewed May 13, 2008

This is my local course, and I really enjoy playing here. The greens could be maintained a little better.

Reviewed October 18, 2007

Excellent value with a discount book or coupon ; challenging, Don't let #1 Fairway scare you.....the course opens up. They list this course as a MUNI but it doesn't feel like a MUNI; course has mild to moderate elevation changes; Long Ball hitters can get into trouble- even when "threading the needle down the fairway" (#10)so know your limits on the distance and direction of your clubs and let wisdom rule when it doubt....or bring extra balls and get use to the words "double,triple,quad,snowman. Good Luck.

Reviewed July 27, 2007

Reviewed May 28, 2007

Reviewed December 18, 2006


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Scott L. 35 52 17 06/10/09
2 Brian B. 23 43 20 07/25/12
3 Edward F. 25 47 22 05/22/10
4 Rebel C. 18 47 29 07/18/14
5 Christopher B. N/A 44 44 06/09/08
See All
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
64 Joseph L. 33 119 85 03/11/19
9 Darrin S. 24 95 71 10/12/15
9 Darrin S. 24 99 75 07/18/15

Golf Course Information

About The Timbers at Troy

The Timbers at Troy

Golf Only facility

Managed by KemperSports Management, Inc.

35 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at The Timbers at Troy

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Course Staff

Kevin Smith, General Manager
Rodney Watts, Director of Golf
Jeff Berg, Superintendent