Kenwood Golf & Country Club Competes with a Challenging Course for Serious Golfing

Kenwood Golf and Country Club has been a private club since its inception in 1928. It covers 100 acres of Bethesda, MD and has an eighteen-hole USGA Certified Par 70 golf course, a competition-size swimming pool, a diving pool with a children’s wading pool, thirteen Har-Tru tennis courts, two all-weather hard courts, four indoor cushioned hard courts, eight duckpin bowling lanes, a fitness center with exercise studio, indoor pool, and spa services. In addition to those amenities, next to the clubhouse, there is a guest house with 42 comfortable rooms.

There is dining at the clubhouse, and it is also suitable for events. Kenwood Country Club is more than happy to cater and host any event that you have in mind.

For those interested in serious golf, there are well-organized trophy events with Head Golf Professional Lynne Hunter PGA/LPGA as well as other golf events for those up and coming. From what golfers say, the course is narrow, tough but fair. The rating is 69.9 – Length is 6126 yards, the slope is 123 and it is a par 70. This course is considered challenging and able to compete with more established clubs like Columbia and Congressional.

Kenwood Golf & Country Club 5601 River Road Bethesda, MD 20816


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