In 1979, the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission purchased the golf course and its facilities for use as a recreational area for the county. The Club then moved to its current location at the corner of Enterprise and Woodmore Roads in Mitchellville, Maryland. The new course, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, for the new Prince George's Country Club opened for play in 1981, as a par 72, 7,059-yard course from the championship tees.
Acquired by Concert Golf Partners in 2014, Country Club at Woodmore offers an unmatched golf experience for residents in Maryland and Northern Virginia. Along with golf, members enjoy both a full size and kiddie pool, three tennis courts, indoor and outdoor dining options, and a year round social calendar of events.