Golfing in Maine's Lakes and Mountains

Sweeping Mountain vistas. Peaceful lakeside scenery. Awe-inspiring championship golf courses.

Throughout the region you’ll find golf courses as beautiful as they are challenging. In the fall, the lush green trees that lined the fairways in the summer turn ablaze in bright yellows, reds, and oranges. You may find you’ll spend as much time taking in the scenery as you do concentrating on your game.

Play one of the oldest golf courses in the state, Paris Hill Country Club in Paris, established in 1899 for nine holes of short, tight, and challenging terrain. Or experience a breathtaking Robert Trent Jones course at Sunday River Golf Club located in the Western Lakes and Mountains.

With nearly two dozen golf courses dotting the landscape of Maine’s Lakes and Mountains, your game will only improve as your visit here becomes unforgettable.

Golf Courses in Maine's Lakes and Mountains

Bethel Inn Resort – 18 Holes, Bethel

Bridgton Highlands Country Club – 18 Holes, Bridgton

Evergreen Golf Club – 9 Holes, Rangeley

Fox Ridge Golf Club – 18 Holes, Auburn

Hebron Pines Golf Course – 9 Holes, Hebron

Lake Kezar Country Club – 18 Holes, Lovell

Martindale Country Club – 18 Holes, Auburn

Mingo Springs Golf Course – 18 Holes, Rangeley

Norway Country Club – 9 Holes, Norway

Oakdale Country Club – 9 Holes, Mexico

Paris Hill Country Club – 9 Holes, Paris

Point Sebago Golf Resort – 18 Holes, Casco

Poland Spring Country Club – 18 Holes, Poland Spring

Prospect Hill Golf Course – 18 Holes, Auburn

Spring Meadows Golf Club – 18 Holes, Gray

Springbrook Golf Club – 18 Holes, Leeds

Sugarloaf Golf Club – 18 Holes, Carrabassett Valley

Sunday River Golf Club – 18 Holes, Newry

Turner Highlands Golf Course – 18 Holes, Turner

Wilson Lake Country Club – 9 Holes, Wilton

Disc Golf in in Maine's Lakes and Mountains

Disc golf is played much like golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, though, players use a flying disc. The sport shares with golf the object of completing each hole in the least number of strokes (or, in the case of disc golf, the least throws). A golf disc is thrown from a tee area to a target or the "hole." The trees, shrubs, and terrain provide challenging obstacles. The "putt" lands in the basket, and the hole is scored.

Devils Grove Disc Golf – Lewiston

Dragan Field Disc Golf – Auburn

Sabattus Disc Golf Course & Pro Shop – Sabattus

Campbell Highlands Disc Golf – Auburn

Cranberry Valley Disc Golf – Turner

Summit Spring Disc Golf – Poland

Mini-Golf in in Maine's Lakes and Mountains

People of all ages and abilities can enjoy the sport of mini-golf. Hit a brightly colored ball from a tee-off point into a hole in as few shots as possible. There are always a variety of exciting and tricky obstacles for players to putt through, over, under, and around! Follow a game up with an ice cream cone, and summer is complete.

Big Adventure Minigolf – Bethel

Tabers Mini-Golf – Auburn

Roys Allsteak Hamburgers and Golf Center – Auburn

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