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The Country Club of Maryland was founded in 1923 as The Rodgers Forge County Club, Inc. and commissioned nationally acclaimed golf architect Herbert Strong to lay out the course over 164 acres of land known as Stevenson Farm.  The course was built during the golden age of architecture and remains as one of the few courses in the Mid-Atlantic area from that era. The golf course was completed in 1925 and featured a layout of gentle rolling terrain highlighted by streams and natural woodlands. 

Mr. Strong's course now measures 6,460 yards and plays to a par 70.  The Signature Valley Holes of 13,14 and 15 are as breathtaking and challenging as ever and remain the heart and soul of a demanding back nine.

The Golf Course reflects the design philosophy and style of Mr. Strong's more notable courses such as Saucon Valley in Pennsylvania and The Canterbury Country Club in Ohio. The Country Club of Maryland features expansive fairways and a variety of approaches to greens that vary in size in direct proportion to the overall length of the hole. Old style bunkering and green swales further enhance both the challenge and beauty of this classic golf course.

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