Developer plans public golf course in Davidsonville

March 24, 2000

A Houston-based golf course developer announced yesterday plans to build an 18-hole championship course in Davidsonville, promising "golf's grand slam experience."

Called Renditions, the course will be on a 500-acre site on Route 214, east of the Patuxent River, and will feature replicas of holes from some of golf's major championship courses.

The developer, William Cole Inc., plans to start construction this spring and open May 1, 2001.

Renditions will be a public golf course, focusing on corporate and charity golf outings. The course will occupy less than 50 percent of the site. The rest of the land will remain a natural habitat.

"Our goal is to give our patrons a unique and memorable golfing experience, not just on the course, but with every aspect of our service at Renditions," said Jeffrey Sheehan, vice president of William Cole Inc. A native of Crofton, Sheehan will oversee operations of the new course.

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