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2115 White Hall Rd
White Hall, MD  21161
United States
P: (410) 887-1945
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Greystone Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 6,925 yards | 139 slope

73.5 rating | Bent grass

Recommend this course: +1 -0

Greystone Golf Course


The 18-hole "Greystone" course at the Greystone Golf Course facility in White Hall, Maryland features 6,925 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 139 on Bent grass. Designed by Joseph L. Lee, the Greystone golf course opened in 1997. Joe Rahnis, PGA manages the course as the Director of Golf Operations.

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Hot weather this summer has definitely hurt this course. Played on 7/31/10. Lots of dead patches in the fairways. Greens aren't too bad but not great. Love the layout. Lots of courses hurting this summer.

Completely disagree with the previous poster unless he meant the greens were challenging due to horrible conditions. The greens as this course are dreadful bumpy with large circles of grass that appears to be dying causing large bumps/craters. The layout of this course is great, the staff very friendly, clubhouse excellent as well. However the condition of the greens ruined by round of golf out there. Check the greens conditions before playing this course. Especially on weekends as the pace of play is quite maddening 5.5 hour round.

This course definitely lives up to its hype... and it's a steal at $50 in the afternoon, since it's owned by Baltimore County. If this were a privately-owned, daily-fee course (like I believe it started out as), they could easily charge $75+.

Challenging layout (especially the greens) from the architect, Joe Lee, who designed the Doral Blue Monster down in Miami and the courses at Walt Disney World. Practice facilities were great... I particularly enjoyed the separate chipping green with bunker near the driving range. You also receive 35 range balls included in the cost of the round. The golf carts are equipped with an immaculately detailed GPS system, which automatically displayed 3D-animated hole flyovers as you drove to your next tee.

Only downside to the course were a few heavily-divoted fairways and a few ball-marked greens, but this maybe because I played right after the Fourth of July weekend. Other than that, the course was in great shape.

Played in mid-March this year under windy, frigid conditions but the course was in excellent shape and I had one of my best scores. Greystone is a very good driver's course and it has five distinctive par 5s that are not terribly long or even narrow but you still need to be strategic (and not greedy) to get the most out of them. Some of the bunkering is intense not only on the par 5s. #9 is a beefy par 4 with a narrow green surrounded by deep bunkers. The signature hole might be the par 3 #3 because of the elevated tee to a sunken green or the par 5 #10 because of the double-dogleg left and then right from an elevated tee. There are acres of choices for a lay-up or the temptation to cut the second dogleg and go for the green over a small pond in two. The toughest hole is probably #7, a 365 yd par 4. Big hitters must lay-up to set-up an approach to a skinny, tilted green guarded by water. A poor lay-up will result in a tough decision on whether the green is worth going for or perhaps laying up again or baling out left. Don't let this hole beat up your scorecard. Take a bogey and move on to easier pickings.
Overall Greysone is a beautiful course. Scenery, terrain, conditions, and playability are all there. Not too many lateral trees to worry about either, except for #15.

What a muni

Echo the sentiments of the previous poster. Played 6-30-07. Very well maintained, wonderful design. Challenging track. Bunkers recently redone - avoid at all costs, unless you bring a ladder. Any putt over 2 feet is a real adventure. Pace, thankfully, is enforced - our foursome got around in just over 4 hours. Will play again and again.

Wonderful course!

Reviewed 4-22-07. Have played this great course may times, and can't believe it hasn't been reviewed before. Great design over hill and dale: terrific use of every natural feature available. Not especially walkable for us seniors. Course feels like it just grew, with no input from man, it fits the area so well. Can be tough, as the greens are daunting; large, undulating and FAST. Bunkers are punitive: by the third hole, you make a conscious effort to avoid them. Lots of trees, some very demanding shot lines from the tees. Owned by Baltimore County, so mainenance is usually pretty good, unless the budget got blown on snow removal during the winter... Clubhouse is very nice. Pro shop is well stocked, and staffed by friendly and competent folks. Snack bar serves the usual bar stuff, but has a very nice feel, and a good view over the course. To play here, you must really want to, 'cause it's right near the end of the world. Make sure you have good directions before starting out, lest you end up like the guys in Deliverance! Well worth the trip, in my estimation.

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  • Overall
  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Nick H. N/A 44 44 09/09/09
2 Dave W. 14 77 63 10/08/09
3 Evan K. 35 98 63 07/13/07
4 Dave W. 14 81 67 09/04/08
5 Tom A. 16 84 68 10/01/11
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
94 James B. N/A 104 80 05/25/16
106 James B. N/A 105 81 05/08/16
141 Thomas F. N/A 94 94 06/29/15
22 James C. 5 77 72 06/20/15
77 john D. 4 82 78 07/13/14

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About Greystone

Greystone Golf Course

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Joe Rahnis, PGA, Director of Golf Operations
Bob Mokros, Golf Professional
Kevin Nash, Superintendent
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