African American Golfer’s Digest Features UBGA Play at Marlton Golf Course
It was an excellent start for the United Black Golfers Association when they loaded up their vehicles on May 5, 2017 and prepared for a five-hour road trip from Queens and Long Island, NY to Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Their purpose: To experience and support play at the Marlton Golf Club. Owned, operated and managed by five African American co-owners, their company, HWV Enterprises, LLC, secured the deal on April 10, 2015 bringing to fruition the Marlton Golf Club. Marlton is a jewel of a course. Located at 9413 Midland Turn, Upper Marlboro, MD, the Par 71- course has a rating of 69.8 and 123 slope. It is distinguished for being the first public course in Prince George’s County. Logistically, the course is in a terrific location at just 20-minutes outside of Washington, DC, and 45-minutes from Baltimore. 12 UBGA members made the highly anticipated trip. 11 were from the New York area and one member flew in from Missouri for the golfing adventure. Read the entire article HERE.