Ledges Golf Club - Maine - USA

The Ledges Golf Club,
1 Ledges Drive,
Maine (ME) 03909,

  • +1 207 351 3000

  • Patrick Rocheleau

  • William Bradley Booth

  • Matt Blasik

Architect Brad Booth – a Maine man hailing from nearby Ogunquit – set out the course at The Ledges as his first solo project in 1999, a couple of years before he formed a new design company with another Brad, professional golfer Brad Faxon.

Draping the pine-framed holes across a rugged landscape, with minimal alteration to the terrain, Booth’s light architectural touch is pleasantly evident as the fairways effortlessly flow across countryside that’s devoid of any housing in a wonderful rural setting.

The signature 8th is a spectacular 220-yard par three hole, played downhill from an elevated tee position to a multi-tiered green. Water threatens to the front, left and rear whilst sand protects either flank of a putting surface that dips severely to a right-side grass bunker.

The 18th is a really tough closing hole (playing all of 618 yards from the back markers) that begins with an aquatic carry from the tee and ends with an approach over more water to the home green – for good reason has it been rated the most difficult finishing hole in the state.
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