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Penobscot Valley Country Club

The year 1921 was the beginning of the Penobscot Valley Country Club, as we know it today. The "McNulty Farm" was purchased and the farmhouse transformed into a clubhouse in 1924. The international renowned architect Donald J. Ross was engaged to design and build the magnificent golf course.

A brand new Clubhouse, built in 2001, boasts a year round, full-service kitchen, ballroom with spectacular views overlooking the golf course, a meeting room perfect for executive meetings or intimate priv...

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