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Established 1959


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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS



Great Expectations: The Campaign for Maryland

To discuss a gift or for more information regarding any of these important Campaign Priorities contact:


Division of Student Affairs
Office of Development and External Relations
301.314.4900
www.studentaffairsgiving.umd.edu

Golf Course

On May 15, 1959 the University of Maryland Golf Course was dedicated to the health, recreation and welfare of the university community. Situated just west of the heart of campus on 150 acres of rolling hills and mature hardwoods, the picturesque and challenging UM Golf Course was designed by George W. Cobb, long considered one of America’s leading golf course architects. The recently completed first phase of the course renovations incorporates design updates by renowned architect William R. Love.

The professionally staffed facility features a spacious clubhouse with conference and banquet rooms, Mulligan’s Grill and Pub, a full service golf shop, and locker rooms. The enhancements to the course include reconstruction of all tee and green complexes to USGA specifications, new concrete golf car paths, construction of new bunkers, and expanded practice facilities. Future plans include construction of a pavilion, improvements to the clubhouse and other facilities.


EDUCATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS

  • In collaboration with the Department of Kinesiology and the Business School, the UM Golf Course offers an undergraduate Golf for Business and Life class.
  • The Institute of Applied Agriculture has conducted numerous turfgrass studies on the course.
  • College of Education students have used the streams and ponds on the course to study the potential environmental impacts of golf course management.
  • Audubon International Certified Wildlife Sanctuary: The UM Golf Course is designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. As such, the course maintains high standards in environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, outreach and education, chemical use reduction and safety and, water conservation and quality management. For a complete list of labeled trees and wildlife at the UM Golf Course, visit www.golf.umd.edu.
RECREATION AND WELLNESS GOALS

  • Students, faculty, alumni, and guests play more than 40,000 rounds per year on the championship layout.
  • As home to the Terrapin men’s and women’s golf teams, an outdoor recreation venue, a site for local, state, and national tournaments, or a location for campus lectures and programs, the UM Golf Course serves as a vital resource for the University of Maryland.
  • Professional Golfers’ Association members conduct classes and provide lessons to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.
GOLF COURSE PRIORITIES

  • Endow the Golf Course Renovation Fund for continued course improvements.
  • Renovate and expand the clubhouse for maximum utilization and the comfort of members and guests.
  • Endow the Undergraduate Golf for Business and Life Program.
  • Develop and fund a teaching and golf academy.
HOW YOU CAN HELP

There are many ways to make a gift to the UM Golf Course and help us increase the University’s margin of excellence. We offer a variety of gift options, many of which will also assist you in meeting your personal financial goals. Every gift, large or small, given outright now or planned for the future, helps us improve our facilities, and continue to expand our services and outreach to the community.

Careful planning can help maximize the positive effects of outright contributions such as cash, appreciated securities, life insurance policies, real estate and gifts of personal property, as well as deferred gifts such as bequests, testamentary trusts and life income trusts.

We are happy to meet with you to answer your questions about charitable contributions and the many ways you can partner with us to improve the UM Golf Course.
  • Become a Friend of the Golf Course, with a contribution of $1,000 or more annually.
  • Consider a naming opportunity:
Naming Opportunities

THE DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

Recognized nationally for many of its programs, services and staff, the Division of Student Affairs works collectively to offer students a world-class experience while at Maryland. We strive to provide every student the opportunity to gain skills necessary to contribute to our global society and to explore leadership in all of its various forms. We believe students must graduate with the skills not only necessary to succeed in the work place, but also to live healthy, balanced and civically engaged lives.

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