Course Report

Last updated June 28, 2016 at 11:00 AM EDT

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Out for a scenic drive.

Local schools have officially wrapped up their lessons for another year, and summer is in full swing here at Sugarloaf. And with temperatures that finally reflect the current season, there's no better time to escape to the mountains for a summer adventure, round of golf, or refreshing dip in one of the many local swimming holes. Take a break from the beach, and get on up here for some good old fashioned summer fun.   

And speaking of summer, the Fourth of July is just around the corner, and there's no better place to spend it than here on the course. A round of 18 is just $55 all day on Monday July 4, so call 1-800-THE-LOAF to grab yours today. 

Turf conditions down on the Sugarloaf Golf Course continue to impress, as golfers are enjoying some of the best conditions in recent memory. Come see what all the fuss is about, and save a bundle when you book your tee time online in advance. Don't forget that Wednesdays are Maine Days, which means that Maine residents can enjoy $59 golf rounds, every Wednesday all summer long. There's no need to wait, book your Maine Day tee time in advance online, or by calling the Pro Shop at 207.237.6812

Beginnig this Friday, July 1, 2016, The Outpost Adventure Center will be open seven days a week,  offering segway tours, zipline adventures, stand up paddleboard & kayak rentals. Scenic Lift rides will begin on Saturday, July 2, and be available every Saturday and Sunday through Homecoming weekend (10/16/16).

Can't make it up quite yet? Check out our new online course guide or download our new course app to tide you over until you're able to be here in person. And be sure to mark on your calendar these upcoming events:

We'll continue to provide regular updates right here on course conditions and happenings throughout the season, so be sure to check back frequently over the coming months, and we hope to see you here soon! 

Play Tips from the Pros

One of the many challenges that golfers face on the  Sugarloaf Golf Course are the many doglegs that tempt you to play aggressively. If played correctly, golfers will find themselves with a much shorter approach shot to the green. If played incorrectly, golfers could find themselves grabbing another golf ball and marking a much higher score. To score well on this course, you must know your strengths and play to them. During your next round, play your most comfortable tee shot so it will land at the 150 yard stake and you will find yourself with a lower score at the end of the day.

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