Tag: golf

Hot House: $1.389M With Pool, Guesthouse, Horse Pasture Views in the Greenspring Valley


Hot House: 30 Caveswood Lane, Owings Mills, MD 21117


American traditional style house in wood clapboard, circa 1972. Five bedrooms, 5.5 baths over two stories and 5,000 sq. ft., with large finished lower level.  Entrance foyer, living room, dining room, library/den, gourmet kitchen. Large family room off kitchen with wood beamed ceilings, wet bar, fireplace with leather bench seating, french doors to terrace. First-floor en suite master bedroom with French doors, custom dressing/closet room. Full bath on lower level, plus bar and entertainment area. Landscaped gardens, guesthouse with bedroom and full bath. Pool house with bar and fridge, garden shed. Central a/c, two-car attached garage, extensive bluestone hardscaping, 1.5 acre property: $1,389,000

Baltimore Golf Week raises support for YouthWorks

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By Evan Raigrodski

Sinking a hole-in-one is a thrilling career event for any golfer. Now, imagine winning a million dollars for that hole-in-one.

Steve Smith Sr. Talks Working at Taco Bell, His First Days as a Retiree and More

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Former Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith has a bright future ahead of him following his recent retirement from the NFL. This morning, the potential Hall of Famer took to the airwaves with ESPN’s Adam Schefter to talk about his past, present and future now that he’s out of the game.

Golf and Fitness Q&A with Valerie Saucier of the MAC



Summer is here! And we can look forward to some long days spent outdoors. For many, summer is the time for outdoor sports– softball, pick-up basketball, running, swimming. It’s easy to stay fit when you can just play outside, right? But what about golf? For a sport that requires outdoor play, it doesn’t exactly have a reputation for being physically demanding. Professional golfers have been known to drink and smoke on the green, and even to be unhealthily overweight. Not exactly common in the larger world of sports.

But it seems that the sun may be setting (or maybe already has set) on the era of unhealthy golfers. These days, anyone planning to play seriously should expect to be as fit as any other athlete– at least that’s the word from Valerie Saucier– the golf fitness trainer and expert at MAC Wellness.

Baltimore’s Country Clubs: Survival Skills 101



When a Baltimore private school family with several children applied for financial aid, the school politely suggested they reapply – after you have quit your country club. The story is true, and not even that uncommon, according to admissions staffers. It simply underlines the fact that for many well-off Baltimoreans, membership in a one of the area’s many country clubs  — Elkridge, Greenspring, Baltimore Country Club, Suburban, Caves Valley Golf Club, to name just a few — has been a part of life for as long as memory serves.

The bankruptcy last November of the Chestnut Ridge Country Club  has brought home to Baltimore the realization that club memberships are, in fact, a luxury that many people are having to reconsider in a down economy.  At clubs nationwide, members are quitting – a fact that can accelerate a club’s demise because, in the words of attorney Alan Bloom who represented a group of former Chestnut Ridge members, “It’s like a Catch-22. Every time someone leaves, dues go up.” And thus can begin a death spiral of less service, falling upkeep and further attrition.