The Preserve at Eisenhower
1576 Generals Hwy
Crownsville, MD 21032-2004, United States

Eisenhower GC was the first public course in Anne Arundel County when it opened in 1969 with a design by Edmund B. Ault. The course plays from 4,884 to 6,659 yards over 220 acres of wooded terrain, which includes one large lake and several creeks.

The standard walking rates here are $31 Mondays through Thursdays, $39 Fridays, and $49 weekends and holidays. With a cart, those rates are $46, $49, and $56, respectively.

The course is owned by Anne Arundel County and currently operated by Billy Casper's golf course management firm.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$40 - $49
   Weekend:$50 - $59
General Manager:Kris Reinert
Superintendent:Joe Tubiolo
Guest Policy:open
Season Start:March
Season End:November
Fairways Grass:Bent
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Reviews

  marvgolfcollins9 - 6/19/21
Course had been renovated and reopened 5/1/2021 with new greens and upgraded fairways, bunkers were removed and a few hummocks added. Greens are firm, smooth, very fast, and larger than old greens. Most drainage problems have been removed but course is not perfect after a rain. Nice golf course in AA County now.
  bez825 - 7/25/15
This would be a better course if they put $ into drainage. Even a little rain can mess this place up. The rough was very high and not cut much leaving old clippings everywhere. Not bad for the $ but needs some work. Staff is very friendly.
  edsullivan43 - 4/20/12
I had not played Eisenhower in years. A disappointment to see it has degraded so much. It is early and the fairways may grow in, but not good at all. Very friendly staff though.
  5ironeagle - 1/18/12
Course has lost its beauty, really needs to invest in the fairways and greenside conditions couldnt be worse. But I do shoot in the 80's here so cant complain. lol.
  vcofield - 6/30/11
Not a true value for the money. The course could be in better condition for the money. - 1/9/22
  MDgolferRAC - 9/16/13
  mtskinsfanz - 7/29/13
  InkdGolfer - 5/28/13
  Super Bass - 3/11/13
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