The Links at Challedon, nestled in Mount Airy in Carroll County opened in 1996. The course is named after the Maryland-bred horse that won the 1939 Preakness is among the state’s best. Par-72 course designed by Brian Ault. The clubhouse features a lavish pro shop and restaurant. The practice area includes a driving range, two putting greens and a chipping green complete with bunker.
Yardage: Silver: 5,901; From Gold: 6,250; From Black: 6,709
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Opened in the summer of 1996, The Links at Challedon, located in Mount Airy, Maryland, immediately garnered recognition as one a premier facilities in the Baltimore golf and Washington golf course areas.Time has matured this 6,700 yard, Par 72 Brian Ault
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