Member Login

Guest Information

Welcome to Rolling Road Golf Club!  Rolling Road is one of Baltimore’s Premier Golf Clubs, steeped in rich Club history.  Our course was designed by 2-time British Open Champion and World Hall of Fame Inductee, Willie Park, Jr.. our course sits on less than 100 acres, making it one of the most compact regulation courses in the United States.  We hope you enjoy our classic layout which provides sweeping views of the Baltimore cityscape, harbor and Key Bridge throughout your round.




All guests must be registered in the Golf Shop prior to visiting the Club by calling (410) 747-6070 or e-mailing at [email protected].

Upon arrival, all guests are required to check-in the Golf Shop prior to the beginning of their round and to receive cart/course rules of the day.            


Playing golf at a reasonable pace is consistent with the etiquette of the game, traditions at Rolling Road, and demonstrates the proper respect for others on the course. All groups playing are expected to meet our Pace of Play standard of:          

3.5 hours or less per foursome/ 1 hour, 45 minutes per nine holes
3 hours or less for a twosome/1 hour, 30 minutes per nine holes



It is the responsibility of each golfer to see to it that divots are properly tendered, bunkers are raked, and ball marks on the green are repaired.

Golf carts should stay on paths whenever possible & keep at least 30 yards from the approach. Please also keep carts on paths only around all tees & greens, as well as on all Par 3’s, keeping all four wheels on the path.

If any group plays so slowly that the players are holding up the groups behind them and at the same time, have at least one open hole in front of them, they should either play faster to close the gap in front of them or stand aside or let the following group play through.

Each player must have their own clubs in a bag when playing.

Bunker rakes are to be placed inside the bunkers in-line with the direction of play.

Cellular Phones are permitted at Rolling Road, however we asked that your please refrain from making/receiving calls on the course, in the clubhouse, or elsewhere on property that would result in a disruption of other persons nearby.



Acceptable Attire:

Men:   Bermuda shorts, golf brand pants, collared shirts and collarless golf brand shirts, mock/ turtlenecks, sweaters, 1/4 zips, golf brand hoodies, athletic jackets, golf shoes, or sneakers.
Women: Skorts, shorts, golf brand dresses, golf/athletic brand capris/pants, solid/print leggings worn under skort/skirt/shorts, golf brand leggings worn alone that have front or back pockets, golf racerback shirts, mock/turtlenecks, sweaters, 1/4 zips, golf brand hoodies, golf shoes, sneakers, and athletic jackets. Col- lar-less shirts must have sleeves. Collared shirts may be worn with/without sleeves.

Unacceptable attire:

Cargo shorts/pants, blue jeans, cutoffs, leggings with see-through mesh, sweat suits, T-shirts (with or without writing), tank tops, non-golf brand hoodies with writing other than course logo, and swimsuits.

Additional dress code items

All shirts MUST be tucked in, and all hats MUST be worn forward.
Golf shoes with soft spikes/sneakers are required on the course.
All trousers, shorts, & bottoms must fit appropriately and not be inappropriately loose or tight.
When in question, please contact a Golf Professional. Golf Shop merchandise, in general, may be used as a guideline for appropriate attire.


Casual attire is permitted in both the upper and lower levels of the Clubhouse. Jeans are appropriate, provided they are clean, neat, and in good taste. Cut-offs and workout attire are not appropriate.
Shirt tails must be tucked in, with the exception of tropical-style shirts. T-shirts should be clean, neat, and in good taste, and are only allowed on the lower level. Collared shirts are required in the upper level.