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Looking to connect with other golfers to setup a quick round?  Join the Baltimore Chapter Connect-To-Play group and connect with other members to play golf!

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25 Years And More To Come!

MEET THE 2018 BOARD

Chapter President:  Jean Tate
Member Services Director:  Deb Schuchart
Member Recruitment Director:  Tish Hess
Events & Activities Director:   Jacqui Peterson
Finance & Records Director:  Pam Buckley
Sponsorship Director:  Denise Ryan

GOLF NEWS ON THE NET

  • VIRGINIA WATER, England – Richard Bland’s 67 in the $7 million BMW PGA Championship has put him in contention for his first European Tour win after many barren years, but the 45-year-old Englishman is just happy to have an important fan watching him this week.  Brother Heath is here to see him play despite a life-threatening illness at the end of last year that meant he was placed in a coma for a month. “It’s going to take some more time but he’s on the road to recovery,” Bland said. “We were a close family anyway but this has brought us even closer.  “It’s great to see him walking around.  “He thought he had the flu and was just feeling a bit rough, but it turned out he had a virus which stopped
  • Aaron Wise became a household name this week for a couple of reasons. The 21-year-old golfer earned his first-ever PGA Tour win at the AT&T Byron Nelson on Sunday. Then during the celebration his girlfriend Reagan Trussell appeared to reject a celebratory kiss. Wise is now setting the record straight on the awkward exchange. “So my girlfriend actually flew in Sunday morning and it was a total surprise she was coming,” Wise told GolfDigest.com. “She waited, she kinda hid around the golf course so I wouldn’t see her and she just wanted to surprise me on the 18th green. We were just all so shocked, she was excited, I was excited.” Following a post-tournament interview, the couple then embraced on
  • Starting in 2009, the powers-that-be in NCAA Division I men’s golf made the wise decision to completely transform their national championship. The individual title would remain a stroke-play affair, but match play would be added to determine the team champion. Since then, the top eight schools in stroke play have advanced to a single elimination bracket, each team’s full five-man roster competing head-to-head.