Norway Maine Golf Courses

Norway Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Norway Country Club -- short but not as easy as it looks
Review by: marlon This course is short, and they havent got the irrigation system in yet, so by summer, its reduced to hard pan. Irrigation is coming though and a pond has been introduced to the left of one of the par threes to feed the system. Its a bump and run type of course because the greens are small, slope some, and generally dont hold a ball that hits them. The bunkers are in good shape. The course is somewhat open, with an easy to handle rough. There are a few nice bends that you have to work your ball around, and the potential for uphill or downhill lies exist for most every hole. If you're a really long hitter you will clean up on this course, especially if you can draw the driver. For average hitters, you better have your chipping game together. One more note, for an inexpensive course thats relatively easy to get out on, you wont find better views anywhere in the country. Breathtaking.
From rhode island

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Portland Country Club -- Marvelous
Review by: Robert Huggins Designed by one of the most prestigous golf designers ever, Donald Ross, this course is deceptively challenging and obviously beautiful. Set upon a mile long stretch of Casco Bay this course gives you a wonderful coastal Maine feel and also a very backwoods feel with holes 10-15 being pine lined wonders. Wonderful topography and terrain gives the course its character and creates several blind shots. PCC is always in the best of conditions thanks to a very attentive greens crew.Difficult bunkers and fairly long rough challenges the golfers wits and golfing ability.It is a wondeful course to walk and you will very much enjoy your time at this secluded golf club.
From Brookline Mass.




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