Course Report

Last updated September 02, 2014 at 3:00 PM EDT

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With Labor Day behind us and the unofficial end of summer upon us, we're setting our sights on fall and the coming winter. The Farmer's Almanac has predicted a cold and snowy winter for our area despite the El Nino. Whatever Mother Nature sends our way, we'll be ready.

While visions of skiing and bountiful powder days dance in our heads, we mustn't neglect the many golf rounds still left in the season. The course conditions are the best we've ever seen, and by far the best in the state. Members, locals, and guests alike continue to rave about the work and maintenance course Superintendent, Shaun Osborn and his team have delivered this season. The greens, fairways and even the rough are in incredible shape; golfers at the Loaf this summer are enjoying the total package.

Fall is the most enjoyable time to experience golf at Maine's number one course, so book a golf and stay package this fall enjoy the best course conditions and some of the most beautiful foliage in the state.

There are still plenty of rounds to be played this season, but don't let the moments pass you by; winter will be here before we know it.

Click here or call 800-THE-LOAF to book a tee time or to make lodging reservations today!

Other Activities

We've had a great summer for outdoor adventures, but why should this be the end? Fall is as good a time as any to explore the great outdoors in the Sugarloaf area, and the Outpost has all the resources you need to explore this great area. Take advantage of off-road Segway tours, Scenic Lift Ridesziplines  guided hikes and kayak and stand up paddle board rentals. Stop in for a newly printed trail map, and let one of the Outpost's friendly staff help guide you on to your next adventure.

Effective this week, The Outpost will only be open Thursday - Monday and closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays; and the SuperQuad will only run for scenic lift rides on Saturdays and Sundays through Homecoming weekend.

If you have yet to experience the network of more than 60 miles of mountain biking trails in the Carrabassett area, you are missing out. Don't let the chance pass you by, there's still plenty of riding to be done this fall. Stop by Outdoor Center to pick up a trail map and start exploring.

Make reservations for Wednesday night's Lobster Dinner at 45 North, and don't forget Thursday night is Pub Night, where featured entrees are just $10 at 45 North. Stop any night of the week to satisfy your taste buds!

Be sure you check out our Events Calendar for local happenings, and we hope to see you here soon!