The Course

Remarkable Golf, Spectacular Beauty

Hunt Valley Country Club's 18 holes of remarkable golf were created to blend seamlessly with their pristine natural surroundings amidst the rolling hills and picturesque valleys of Baltimore County. Thick stands of mature trees frame emerald bent grass fairways and generous greens, with numerous streams and other water features adding to the course's scenic beauty.

Hunt Valley's original Red and White nines were designed in the late '60s by Edmund Ault and opened for play in 1970. The Blue nine holes were cut into dense forest - the "Highlands" - by Algie Pulley in 1976, featuring small undulating greens and heavily wooded fairways, placing a premium on shot-making skills. In 2017, the golf courses were improved (and reimagined) to create THE VALLEY - a traditional 18-hole course, and THE RIDGE 9 - a sport course that serves as a Par 3 practice area as well as an ultimate outdoor venue for parties and gatherings where players can swing, sling and kick their way to good fun.