GOLF COURSES IN MAINE
Throughout the state you’ll find golf courses with sweeping
mountain vistas, spectacular ocean views and peaceful lakeside scenery.
In the fall, the lush green trees that lined the fairways in the summer
turn bright yellow, red and orange. You may find that you’ll
spend as much time taking in the scenic vistas as you do concentrating
on your game. A Robert Trent Jones course located in the Western Lakes
and Mountains region is as breathtaking as it is challenging. And
the oceanside course at one of Maine’s coastal resorts is known
as the Pebble Beach of the East. Over 120 golf courses dot the Maine
Hailed as one of the finest golf courses in Maine, Point
Sebago's 18-hole Championship course offers a fantastic day of golf.
Situated on 500 acres of spectacular white birch forest, the par 72
course caters to all levels of play. Course length ranges from a challenging
7,002 yards from the back tee to a forgiving 4,866 yards from the
forward tee. Golf clinics and golf schools with our PGA professionals
and our extensive practice center will noticeably improve your skill
and appreciation of the game. The Point Sebago course delivers the
best golfing experience possible... round after round. Route 302.
7,002 yards, par 72.
Fox Ridge Golf Club. New England's next great championship
golf course features a gentle blend of rolling hills, babbling brooks,
century old stone walls and stone bridges with island greens. Our
links course is situated on over 200 acres of rolling farmland in
south Auburn, Maine and is designed to take advantage of the natural
lay of the land which will demand every shot in your bag. Superbly
maintained and stretching a bold 6,800 yards, par 72.
Sunday River Golf Club. One of the premier courses in
New England. Surrounded by miles of untouched wilderness and towering
peaks, eighteen fairways offer stunning vistas as they wind through
the Maine woods and over dramatic elevation changes. The setting is
rivaled only by the unique design of the course, following the natural
landscape and striking the perfect balance between challenge and playability.
Webhannet Golf Club was established over 100 years ago during the
time that Kennebunk Beach was first being developed as a summer community.
Originally a nine hole course, it was lengthened to the current 6,049
yard 18-hole course in 1925. The course features wide fairways, numerous
bunkers, several water hazards and generous greens. A private club,
Webhannet welcomes public play on a limited basis.
Poland Spring was the first golf course built at a resort
in America and includes views of the White Mountains, fast bent greens,
beautiful fairways, ponds and tees for all abilities. We are honored
to be included as a Golf Digest Place to Play and Top 100 of New England
Golf courses. Stay and Play packages with unlimited golf on our Donald
Ross designed course with cart for 18 holes, two buffet meals a day,
comfortable room, nightly entertainment, grass tennis courts, outdoor
pool, bocce and more. Beautiful views. This really is one of New England’s
greatest golf values and course.
Just a short drive from the coast of Maine, you'll find
one of the area's finest golf courses at the Sanford Country Club.
A semi-private course, Sanford is open to the public and, with four
sets of tees, offers a fair challenge to golfers of all skill levels.
Amid the peaceful wooded setting of eastern pines and white birches,
the meticulously maintained greens and fairways of Sanford Country
Club are nourished by a state-of-the-art irrigation system.
Welcome to 6,300 yards of Maine Golfing Splendor. All
the challenges, without all the costs. This 203-acre facility features
a meticulously maintained 18-hole championship golf course, a modern
2,500 square-foot clubhouse, a full-size practice range and green,
golf academy, and an experienced staff. A walkable course designed
with the average golfer in mind. Consistent with a first-class design,
the greens are built to USGA specifications featuring bentgrass fairways
Whether you’re looking for an intimate beginner’s
course or a stunning world-class layout, Maine has something for everyone—and
for every budget. With over 140 courses, it’s no wonder Maine
can offer such amazing diversity to golfers. In fact, Maine is home
to one of the oldest courses in America. But we’ve also welcomed
23 new courses in the last five years. So you can play on courses
steeped in rich tradition as well as ones that boast today’s