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Maine

Maine


The Pine Tree State and the most northeast point in the U.S., Maine’s rich green lands offer what may arguably be some of the best, most picturesque terrain in the nation for golf. Each of the courses offers a different sort of beauty and terrain, literally making it hard to choose which course to play first. There are courses like the Sunday River Golf Club in Bethel, which flows gracefully into the foothills, the Fox Ridge Golf Club in Auburn, which lays worthy claim to being the next great championship golf course in New England, and Point Sebago Golf Resort in Casco, just to get your palette warmed up.

Though this most northerly of New England states includes some of the oldest courses in the United States, it would be inaccurate to say that they’re resting on their laurels. Maine has seen the opening of at least 23 new courses in the past few years, each of them both a pacific pleasure and a worthy challenge. Diversity is the watchword here. At least nineteen of the courses on the Maine Golf Trail have fees under fifty dollars, 11 more under seventy-five dollars, and only eight over that price. Unlike many other places, though, the beauty of the course isn’t necessarily determined by cost. It would seem Maine has plenty of natural beauty to share, and this state shares her treasures with the wealthy and the working class alike. Maine makes for a breathtaking and challenging golf destination, one certainly not to be missed.