golf course

Cape Arundel Golf Club

KEN RAYNOR
PGA Professional

BRENDAN PARKHURST
Superintendent

Course Rating/Slope

Black Tee: 67.2/121
White Tee: 64.3/113
Green Tee:
(Women)
68.4/116

USGA RULES GOVERN ALL PLAY EXCEPT MODIFIED BY LOCAL RULES

Yardage measured from rear of tee to middle of green.

Birdhouses are 150 yard markers.

Please avoid hitting with oncoming traffic on holes 4, 5, and 12.

 

Established 1896
Course Design -Walter Travis

 

Rest Rooms

Putting Green

Bridge

"Out of the eighteen greens, I would suggest three fairly flat, two or three gently sloping, one or two on the punch bowl order, two or three of the plateau type, and the rest more or less undulating."
Travis

"A really good course must abound in hazzards - and good courses develop good players."
Travis

"Trees are nonexistent - as they should be, and as the wind should always be an ever-present factor on such a course."
Travis

"While the course is on the 'short side' - and rightfully so, seeing that it is a 'resort' course, principally - yet it will strongly appeal to every class of golfer, from the 'crack' to the 'dub'. It looks easy, as all my courses do, but the man who equals par will have played 'some' golf. The real differences lie in the scientific placement of the hazzards, all arranged, not for the 'dub', for the fairly good shots of the good player which are not quite good enough. Yet no single hazzard borders on unfairness.

Perhaps the real charm resides in the putting greens, which, 'altho' I says what it 'shouldn't', are real beauties and will delight the soul of any real golfer."
Walter J. Travis Turn O' The Tide 1922