Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club - Kodiak/Black Bear Course
Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club sits along the Eastern Shore, sprawling across a scenic landscape of coastal dunes and grassy hollows. There are 27 championship holes at the club that are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The nines, Grizzly, Kodiak, and Black Bear, are all different though they share many of the same features including winding fairways lined with native wetland grasses and oversized greens flanked by strategically placed traps. The Kodiak/Black Bear combination follows the natural contours of the coastal terrain, fully utilizing the ample sand dunes that cover the landscape. There is also plenty of water that comes into play throughout. All three golf courses at Bear Trap Dunes are challenging but they are fair and player friendly enough to appeal to a wide range of skill levels.
|Championship M: 72.4/135||363||410||541||153||382||365||550||202||427||3393||358||441||200||508||363||557||175||434||424||3460||6853|
|Back M: 69.7/130 W: 76.0/138||345||385||512||133||369||340||522||175||406||3187||315||405||190||482||328||516||159||413||382||3190||6377|
|Blended M: 68.2/120 W: 74.1/134||345||349||474||133||325||340||522||142||367||2997||315||371||152||482||328||496||159||340||382||3025||6022|
|Club M: 67.1/113 W: 73.1/131||313||349||474||115||325||304||483||142||367||2872||288||371||152||458||302||496||159||340||343||2909||5781|
|Forward M: 64.0/110 W: 68.9/117||286||317||440||95||296||281||461||108||310||2594||241||311||129||400||271||424||114||296||294||2480||5074|
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Bethany Beach Bargain
Nice little 27 hole course 2.5 miles from Bethany Beach. I play this course every year I vacation in the area. Conditions are always great. Layout is awesome and can challenge you no matter the handicap (tee location dependent). I enjoy the summer twilight rate drop and would suggest this to most. $65 for this course is a great deal after 3 PM. $119 before that time….not so much. This course is right up there with Bayside and Baywood Greens golf courses and would suggest anyone who can, play all three. Enjoy!
We had a late tee time and moved up 4 hrs and got our round in before the weather got in. Kuddos to staff for their flexibility
The place is well organized and staff very polite thank you for a great day
Rude Staff; Care more about people that live on the course
I played Yesterday May 7, and ran into many issues at the end of my round. On my last two holes of the day, there had been people playing out of their backyards working on their “Short game” and a family walking a dog on 9 of bear trap with no want to move. I have been playing golf my whole life and never have ran into people that do not care that I paid to played A FULL ROUND OF 18. I call the staff and nobody seems to care they all seem to care more about the people living on a PUBLIC COURSE then the people that pay them money to play 18. I have never played 16 holes and enjoyed it to have two holes make me never want to play at a course again. It’s really upsetting the staff showed no care what’s so ever and cared more that I was upset and rude because I COULDN’T FINISH MY ROUND. I would personally recommend you do not go to this golf course as you will not got treated how you should. They don’t care what happens they just want your money. Here are some courses that are great in the area and the staff cares about the players; Eagles Landing, Light House, River Run, Cripple Creak, and many more!
Bear Trap Dunes Review
Played Bear Trap yesterday and the course is in great shape. I usually enjoy my rounds at BTD but yesterday the pace was way too slow. It appears they may have overbooked. The beautiful weather could have influenced it as well. Bear Trap gets a lot of play on a regular basis but it was annoying to wait 10 minutes to tee off after every hole. Other than that, a good experience.
Course was in decent shape for March. They ran out of carts and the range is closed so there was some dead time a d play was very slow.