Bath Golf Club – Set in the rolling farmland of North Bath, The Bath Golf Club was designed by the great Wayne Stiles and established in 1932. For the last 80 years, it’s been “home” to generations of Maine golfers. Under new ownership in 2017, exciting changes are afoot. BGC is excited to announce the opening of the Ship City Brew Pub, open early this year for golfers and the public, featuring big TVs, pool tables, and a beautiful new rustic bar with a fresh menu. 18 holes, 6,216 yards, par 70. 387 Whiskeag Road, Bath. (207) 442-8411.
Samoset Resort — Celebrating over one hundred years of premier Maine golf, the Samoset Golf Course continues to inspire players of all skill levels with its breathtaking ocean vistas and one of the most challenging finishing holes in New England. Meandering along Rockport’s scenic coastline and through the woods, the Samoset’s 18-hole championship golf course boasts seven oceanside holes and 14 holes with spectacular views of the Atlantic. 18 holes, 6,352 yards, par 70. 220 Warrenton Street, Rockport (207) 594-2511.
Rockland Golf Club — Modest green fees, three par-fives and five par-threes combine to create opportunities for affordable birdies, and at the same time require shot making with virtually every club in the bag. Blessed by proximity to Rockland Harbor, RGC has a beautiful ocean view from the first green. 6,300 yards, par 70. 606 Old County Rd, Rockland. (207) 594-9322.
Brunswick Golf Club – The Brunswick Golf Club’s origins date back to the summer of 1898 when two Bowdoin College students and a professor acquired golf clubs and attire and headed down what was then known as the Freeport Road in Brunswick in search of a field in which to play golf on the grounds we now know as Brunswick Golf Club’s back nine. 6,600 yards, par 72. 126 River Road, Brunswick. (207) 725-8224.
Boothbay Harbor Country Club – In 1918, Wayne Stiles and John Van Kleek were commissioned to build a golf course on the Boothbay Peninsula by a group of wealthy Boston businessmen to help with tourism to the beautiful coastal town. Boothbay Region Country Club opened its first 9 holes in 1921. 50 Sugar Maple Lane, Boothbay. (207) 633-3673.
Sebasco Harbor Resort Golf Club — Picturesque and challenging 9-hole layout along Casco Bay, with bent grass fairways, providing an outstanding golf vacation in Maine. A variety of tee locations allow golfers to select an optimal balance of challenge & enjoyment. Course highlights include the 145 yard, Par 3 second hole, where your approach may differ at low or high tide. Our 510 yard, Par 5 finishing hole challenges golfers of all levels. The resort offers some great inclusive golf & dining packages as well! 29 Kenyon Rd., Phippsburg. 877-721-5845.
Goose River Golf Course —Several holes offer spectacular views of Mount Battie and Ragged Mountain. A rolling landscape that traverses varying terrain along the meandering Goose River offers plenty of challenges for players of all abilities. A different set of tees uniquely positioned on each of the nine greens adds variety to your golf round. 9 holes, 2,856 yards, par 35. 50 Park Street, Rockport. (207) 236-8488.
Mere Creek Golf Club — Mere Creek Golf Club is located at Brunswick Landing (the former Naval Air Station Brunswick), just a few minutes south of Bowdoin College. The course’s extremely playable nine-hole layout has made it a local favorite for golfers from all over. 9 holes, 3,158 yard, par 36. 41 Merriconeag Road, Brunswick. (207) 721-9995.
Bucksport Golf Club — 9 scenic holes, with a wide-open layout that is characterized by spectacular views of hills and valleys, with a driving range and 2 chipping greens. 3,413 yards, par 36. 397 State Route 46, Bucksport. (207) 469-7612 or (207) 469-7589.
Country View Golf Club — Built in 1964, Country View Golf Club is a 9 hole, par 36 golf course, featuring stunning views of the local area. 2,856 yards, par 36. 178 Moosehead Trail Hwy., Brooks. (207) 722-3161.
Highland Green Golf Club — A challenging 9-hole course nestled in a 650-acre expanse of Midcoast Maine. The Scottish-style course was built to blend naturally with the beautifully rugged terrain. Rock outcroppings and natural ridgelines have been incorporated into the design to add to the challenge and uniqueness of the course. 2,900 yards, Par 35. 114 Evergreen Circle, Topsham. (207) 725-8066.
Tarratine Golf Club — The private, Tarratine Club of Dark Harbor was founded on September 2, 1896 in Islesboro, Maine for the purpose of “promoting boating, golfing and kindred interests.” Now more than 100 years later the club maintains its traditions and high standards along with excellent golf, tennis, sailing, tots and dining facilities. 3,085 yards, par 37. Golf Club Road, Isleboro. (207) 774-2248.
North Haven Club — In 1916, the first golf ball was struck at what is now the North Haven Golf Club. Spectacular views, challenging terrain and a relaxed familial feel, make the course an experience that will touch you in the same way it has touched its members for generations. Course architect Wayne Stiles left a lasting legacy to the Fox Islands, and his design remains intact to this day. 2,060 yards, par 35. Iron Point Road, North Haven Island. (207) 867-2054.
Northport Golf Club — A classic 9-hole, par 36 layout featuring some alternate teeing grounds for a full eighteen hole round. The course stays well maintained and is very walker friendly with short distances from green to tee. 3,044 yards, par 36. 581 Bluff Road, Northport. (207) 338-2270.
Wawenock Country Club — 9-hole, links-style course, that opened for play in 1928. The fairways are generally open, with very few trees, greens are moderately sized and average 5,000 square feet, and are relatively flat and moderate in speed. There are alternate tees when playing an eighteen hole round and the course plays from 5,500 to 6,200-yards. 685 Rte 129, Walpole. (207) 563-3938.
Searsport Pines Golf Course — 9-hole, public golf course, beautiful and challenging, located just 2 miles from Rte. 1. 240 Mt. Ephraim Road, Searsport. (207) 548-2854.