Greystone Golf Course, located in White Hall, MD, was designed by Joe Lee - golf course architect of Doral Resort's famed Blue Monster, La Quinta (Palm Springs, California) and the magical courses at Walt Disney World (Orlando) - and opened in the summer 1997, standing as a true masterpiece in layout, challenge and entertainment.
Let's not forget drama...Greystone's championship course includes 140 feet of elevation changes and features seven ponds and more than 80 bunkers. The tall hardwood trees, wetlands, and native vegetation add an abundance of character to the design.
Certainly a true test of golf skills for the low handicapper, playability at Greystone is fair for all. There are five sets of tees to Greystone's par 72, each designed with a particular handicap in mind. From the gray tees (0 to five handicap), the course measures 6,925 yards. From the red tees (handicaps of 33 or more), it's 4,800 yards.
Greystone's tees, greens and fairways are all preferred bentgrass, and all are expertly maintained by the outstanding turf management staff.