Semi-Private Golf Courses
How would you like to play on a semi-private golf course that has made it onto Golf Digest’s “best-in-state” list and regularly found in the top five? Or maybe you prefer walking a course that’s been around since 1891–with views of the water from every hole. Maine has some great semi-private courses in some stunning settings with a backdrop of forests, mountains and oceans.
Typically, a semi-private course caters to its members by affording them lower green fees and giving them advantages on tee times. But member or non-member, Maine doesn’t discriminate when it comes to who you might see on a course any given day. One Maine golf club holds a dual distinction: At its founding in 1896, it was one of only 74 golf clubs in the United States, and one of its current members is a former President of the United States.
If you plan a golfing vacation in Maine, seek out one of the nearly three dozen semi-private courses welcoming golfers on a comfortable summer's day or during a colorful fall outing.
Golf Maine includes more than 40 courses that would love to host your next golf outing. With their concierge service, you can find a course to match your own golfing style.