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Turner Highlands Country ClubRoute 117
Turner, ME 04282
Phone: (207)224-7060Fax: (207)224-7089
This somewhat narrow course was built in the center of an apple orchard. The club added an additional nine holes in 1997, making it an eighteen hole layout. Many holes have out-of-bounds stakes lining the fairways and there is a well-defined cut of rough as well. The course was built atop two hills, so expect some uneven lies. The large greens are slightly sloped and medium speed. The tee boxes are elevated, and more than 175 new Blue Spruce trees have been planted to make the course more demanding.
|Available Discount:||Turner Highlands Country Club offers a discount through The Golf Card. Click here for more information on obtaining The Golf Card|
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Dress Code:||Shirt and shoes required|
|Season:||May 1 to Nov 1|
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Course reviews for Turner Highlands Country Club
Average Golfer Review (4.0 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 1
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| 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
what a course, Jul 20, 2004
|reviewer: Josh Jones
from Turner, ME USA
|The Turner Highlands country club is a challenge for any golfer. This course is very tough the first time you play it because many people try the driver on some par 4's where an iron will get the job done. Many people also struggle with the tight, sloping fairways and various blind shots that some members of the course can't even execute. It's only weakness lies in it's fun factor; many people get frustrated on holes 5 and 6 where a tee shot right down the middle could leave you in a gulley or even out of bounds because of the awful slopes which are not visible from the tee box. Even though these few holes frustrate most golfers there are plenty of chances to make up for the high scores with a couple of extremely short par 5's and wide open par 4's and 3's. For the weaker golfers, the front tees take many large hazards out of play and make the course play much shorter and easier. Over all, 4 stars is an accurate ranking for this tight course which all golfers can enjoy and everyone will do better on when they know the course and come back for their second round.|