Since 1938

Pitch & Putt Golf Club



“Lady Golfers Have More Drive”

– Unknown

Celebrating Our Legacy

Carroll Park Golf Course Monument
Celebrating a shared relationship with a local golf course

In honor of the persistent African American golfers who sought to play golf on Baltimore City-owned segregated golf courses in the 1940s, we celebrate their victory in getting access and opening dialogue with elected officers that led to open accommodations to all city recreation facilities. We unveiled this monument at Carroll Park Golf Course to celebrate our legacy.


View upcoming events, and share our memories of special events and travels to different courses in the metropolitan areas of Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania for outings. 

why us?

“Playing golf with this dynamic group of women has been rewarding beyond any measure on many levels. Our passion for the game of golf continues while having fun at the same time. Many life-long supportive friendships have been forged on the links as we travel to area courses twice a month. The Club has a proud 83-year legacy.”

-Stephanie Williams
Former Club President

Mattie Gaines PPGC member

"The biggest benefit for me is being in the wide-open spaces and being able to view the world as the great gift it is, as well as enjoying nature at its best.”​​ –Mattie Gaines

Helen Tennant PPGC member

"The game is relaxing, great exercise, and the challenge is making the little white ball go where I want it to go.”​​ –Helen Tennant

Mary Alston PPGC member

“Everyone has the same drive and passion for the game. We like to have fun and I feel like I have sisters.”​–Mary Alston

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