Laid out within a massive 425-acre property on the coast of Maine, the course at Falmouth Country Club is a Geoff Cornish and Brian Silva creation.
Northeast Harbor Golf Club began with nine holes in 1895, before moving to a new location in 1916 then developing a new 18-hole layout. Only one par four extends longer than 400 yards on an old-fashioned track measuring a mere 5,606 yards from the back tees.
Brad Booth designed the course at The Ledges Golf Club and he set the holes out on a hilly landscape where fairways rise and fall with regularity.
Wayne Stiles remodeled the original 9-hole layout at Brunswick Golf Club in the early 1920s then Geoff Cornish and his Canadian partner Bill Robinson added another nine in 1964 to create the 18-hole layout that’s still in play today.
The course at Fox Ridge Golf Club features a wonderful downhill par three signature hole at the 5th, played to a peninsula green that juts out into a lake.
A golf course has been in play at Samoset Resort since 1902 when fairways were set out on a rocky headland overlooking Penobscot Bay. Local architect Brad Booth has upgraded the layout in recent times...
Formed in 1988, The Woodlands Club has hosted a number of New England amateur and professional events on its George and Jim Fazio-designed golf course.
Featuring tidal-fed water hazards, strategically-positioned bunkers and bent grass greens, the course at Webhannet Golf Club is an 18-hole Skip Wogan design that lies close to the Atlantic at Kennebunk Beach.
Founded in 1921, Martindale Country Club had brothers Alex and Fred Chisholm to thank for setting out an initial 9-hole layout. Alex was the professional at Portland Country Club and Fred became Martindale’s first course superintendent.
Designed by Brian Silva and opened for play in 1999, the Links at Outlook Golf Course is, as its name suggests, a links-style layout on a 140-acre property featuring bent grass fairways and greens.