Mount Pleasant Golf Course
Mount Pleasant has been tournament tested over the years by both professional and amateur golfers. In 1956, Arnold Palmer secured his second US victory on the professional golf tour. It was also home of the Eastern Invitational Open from 1950-1958, and returned for one year in 1962 before moving to Doral in 1963. Mt. Pleasant is a favorite for players looking for the challenge of a classic design.
In the 1956 event, Mr. Palmer hooked his first tee shot into Hillen Road (the road that borders the first hole along the full length of the par-5). In frustration, Mr. Palmer returned to his caddie and jammed his driver back into his golf bag saying, “That’s it… I quit.” His playing partner, Doug Ford, pulled Palmer aside and said, “Arnold, you can spot this field a couple shots and still win.” With a grim look on his face, Palmer pulled an iron from the bag, teed off safely, and went on to win the tournament. Of course, the rest is history.
- If a Junior plays with an adult who gets a cart, the Junior pays the Junior rate plus the cart fee.
From the Inner Harbor and Convention Center
Take Pratt St. East and turn left onto Presidents St., which will turn into I-83 North. Exit onto Eastbound Northern Parkway. Continue East for approximately 13 lights and make a right turn onto Hillen Rd. (golf course will be on your left). Make the next left into the entrance.
From Arbutus, Catonsville, Woodlawn, Pikesville and Towson
Take I-695 towards Essex. Take Exit 29 (Loch Raven Blvd.), which will merge you directly onto Southbound Loch Raven Blvd. Continue thru approximately 7 lights and make a left turn onto Hillen Road. Continue on Hillen Rd. thru the next traffic light and make left turn into the entrance.
From Dundalk, Essex, Belair, Edgewood and Joppa
Take I-695 towards Towson. Take Exit 29 (Loch Raven Blvd.), which will exit you at a light. Continue straight on Loch Raven Blvd. for approximately 7 lights and make a left turn onto Hillen Road. Continue on Hillen Rd. thru the next traffic light and make left turn into the entrance.
Mount Pleasant Golf Course
6001 Hillen Road
Baltimore, MD 21239
Pro Shop: 410-254-5100
Rain Check Policy
All players are eligible to receive a percentage of their playing fees depending on the number of holes played in the form of a Rain Check should inclement weather prevent a player from finishing their round. Rain Checks can only be redeemed at the golf course where they were issued and are valid for 60 days from the date of issue. Rain Checks cannot be replaced if they are lost or stolen. Greens and carts fees pre-purchased online through Golf Now’s Hot Deals are not eligible for Rain Checks.
Replays & Travelers
Player Card holders can play a second round, or “Replay”, at the same course, or play a second round at another Classic Five course for discounted rates with the “Traveler” program.
Mount Pleasant offers a 9-hole only special the first hour of operation each day. Golfers can tee off the back nine for the first 75 minutes of the course being open. Times vary depending on daylight.
Brian Meyer, PGA
Head Golf Professional