Rated as a four-star public golf course by Golf Digest, our golf course is much more than a pleasant diversion for our guests. It is its own destination for appreciative golfers who know a top-notch track when they see one. Salt Fork State Park Golf Course offers an 18-hole course full of rolling fairways and large undulating greens that will challenge even the most experienced golfer. Its panoramic views and abundant wildlife are striking. Measuring only 6,056 yards from the white tees, the course plays considerably longer than expected because of the numerous uphill approach shots.
Longfellow National Historic Site preserves the home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, one of the world's foremost 19th century poets. The house also served as headquarters for General George Washington during the Siege of Boston, July 1775 - April 1776. In addition to its rich history, the site offers unique opportunities to explore the themes of 19th century literature and the arts.
Our Maryland golf course has two finishing holes destined to be some of the region's most talked-about. The 17th is a par 3 that stretches 200 yards from the tips. Awaiting the bold player is a dramatic carry over Shoal Creek to a large putting surface guarded by three artfully crafted bunkers. The green is backdropped by majestic trees and a stunning vista of the broad Choptank River that flows into Chesapeake Bay.
Located in Cambridge, Nebraska, Cross Creek Golf Links has become "Southwest Nebraska's Diamond in the Rough." As the longest public golf course in the state, measuring 7,205 yards from the tips, Cross Creek offers a variety of teeing areas, wide fairways, and large greens allowing each golfer to enjoy the experience regardless of age or ability.
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