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The Bath Golf Club
Stay and Play @ The Bath Golf Club
Highland Green Golf Club
Stay and Play @ Highland Green
Penobscot Valley Country Club
Stay and Play @ Penobscot Valley Country Club
Renowned architect Geoffrey Cornish designed our 6,663 yard, par 72 course to take maximum advantage of the mountain vistas and natural beauty of the area. Tree lined fairways, natural hazards, well-trapped greens and five tee positions make play challenging for golfers of every ability. The golf course is very walkable and walking is encourage to taking maximum advantage of your surroundings. Golf carts are available but not including in our Golf & Stay packages.
Pine Ridge Municipal Golf Center - Waterville
by Ernest Grolimund
JaTo Highlands Golf Course - Lincoln
Hermon Meadow Golf Club & Training Center - Bangor
by Uncle Cliff
Fairlawn Golf Club - Poland
by Muriel Burroughs
Want a unique golf experience?
Beyond the lighthouses, lobster and rugged Atlantic coastline, this quiet New England state has golf - both modern and historic - waiting to be discovered
The Harris Golf portfolio includes nine courses
With over 30 golf courses within a 15-mile radius, including the host courses for the 2024 U.S. Open and 2022 U.S. Women's Open Championships, it's no surprise that the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area also has the highest concentration of courses of any area on Golf Digest's 2017/2018 list of America's 100 Greatest Public Courses.
Nestled in the rolling Sandhills of central North Carolina, the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area was the long-time home to the father of golf course architecture, Donald Ross, and is home to many of his masterpieces and some of golf's most memorable moments. So whether you're playing the legendary courses, enjoying the timeless southern charm or taking part in the region's storied traditions, there's no other place in the world quite like the Home of American Golf.