Here at Orange Rocket Post, we’ll be the first to admit, golf really isn’t our sport of choice. Our favorite greens usually involve a big windmill. But the Streamsong Resort near Fort Meade might just inspire us to work on our golf swing. Developed by The Mosaic Company, this breathtaking resort consumes more than 16,000 acres and features courses built on the site of a former phosphate strip mine. Designed by Bill Coore, Ben Crenshaw and Tom Doak, the courses are consistently ranked by golf insiders as some of the best in the nation. A 216-room ultra-chic minimalist hotel sits amid the imposing dunes. For almost being smack-dab in the middle of the state, the location is surreal. Three on-site restaurants serve prime steaks, succulent seafood and a variety of contemporary American dishes. There are also two lounges, a European-style spa, and plenty of non-golf recreational activities like guided bass fishing and clay shooting.