Leonardtown, Maryland Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Leonardtown, Maryland and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 4 golf courses within 20 miles of Leonardtown, including 1 public, 2 municipal and 1 private courses. The oldest course in the Leonardtown area is the Cedar Point Golf Course which was designed by Ault, Clark & Associates and opened in 1946. The longest course is Breton Bay Country Club, which is 7,001 yards. Breton Bay Country Club is rated the best course near Leonardtown. The following courses have won various awards: Swan Point Yacht and Country Club.

18 holes over 7,001 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Write a Review
21935 Society Hill Rd
Leonardtown, MD 20650-2365
(301) 475-2300
3 miles from the center of Leonardtown. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,397 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal) Write a Review
35794 Aviation Yacht Club Rd
Mechanicsville, MD 20659-2962
(301) 884-4601
12 miles from the center of Leonardtown. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,545 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal) Write a Review
11352 Hg Trueman Rd
Lusby, MD 20657-2849
(410) 326-4653
13 miles from the center of Leonardtown. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,714 yards with a par of 72 (Private) Write a Review
23248 Cedar Point Rd
Naval Air Station
Patuxent River, MD 20670-1149
(301) 342-3597
14 miles from the center of Leonardtown. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,761 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Write a Review
11550 Swan Point Blvd
Issue, MD 20645-2302
(301) 259-0047
14 miles from the center of Leonardtown. Write a Review

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