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As the nation’s first nonprofit organization dedicated to the management and operation of municipal golf courses, the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation (BMGC) has become a model for municipal golf operations nationwide. For over 20 years, BMGC’s Classic Five courses Mount Pleasant, Pine Ridge, Clifton Park, Forest Park and Carroll Park have provided millions of golfers the opportunity to play where legends have played. PGA and LPGA hall-of-fame players, Arnold Palmer, Nancy Lopez and Jim Thorpe all began their careers on BMGC’s courses and this proud golfing heritage continues on today.
BMGC’s has been honored with numerous awards, including the Reilly Award, a national distinction awarded to the best “Model of Change” in parks and recreation. Other municipalities such as Seattle, Indianapolis, Houston, Denver, Nashville, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Philadelphia, New York and San Antonio have sought BMGC’s assistance in managing their municipal courses.
Just as importantly, the company has over 500 youngsters enrolled in its Junior Golf program. BMGC has also donated more than $4 million toward City youth programs, assists with SuperKids programs for at-risk youth, and provides First Swing clinics for persons with disabilities.
BMGC continues its mission of providing affordable, quality golf to the citizens of Baltimore with courses that have been recognized by GolfDigest, Golf World, the United States Golf Journal, and The National Golf Foundation. Nowhere in the tri-state area can golfers play on well-manicured courses from under $25 to $35 - a remarkable fee that includes a golf cart.