Baltimore Country Club
|Location||Baltimore (Roland Park)
and Lutherville, Maryland
|Established||January 12, 1898|
|Tournaments hosted||1898 U.S. Open;
1928 PGA Championship;
1988 U.S. Women's Open;
1932 U.S. Amateur;
1965 Walker Cup;
2007–09 Senior Players Championship
|East Course at Five Farms|
|Designed by||A. W. Tillinghast|
|West Course at Five Farms|
|Designed by||Redesigned in 1990 by Bob Cupp and Champions Tour member and World Golf Hall of Fame member Tom Kite|
The Baltimore Country Club is a private club in Baltimore, Maryland, with two club facilities, one in the city's Roland Park neighborhood ( ) and the other in the north suburb of Lutherville ( ). The club was founded on January 12, 1898, and hosted the U.S. Open later that year.
Its current golf facility at Five Farms has two courses, its East Course was designed by A. W. Tillinghast and is listed as one the 50 best golf courses in America. It hosted the PGA Championship in 1928, the U.S. Women's Open in 1988, the U.S. Amateur in 1932, the Walker Cup in 1965, and the Champions Tour's Senior Players Championship.
The Five Farms facility also contains swimming and tennis facilities. Its Roland Park facilities contain bowling, squash and paddle tennis courts. Members of the club are entitled to attend other local clubs under certain conditions, including the Elkridge Club and the L'Hirondelle Club.
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