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Listen to what others think of our golf course.
#1 Golf Course in Southern Maine.
- Golf Digest, May 2003/04
West of Portland - Route 302 leads to great golf just west of Portland.
Point Sebago Golf Resort in Casco is one of the top courses in the state. The 7,002-yard layout works its way through 500 acres of white-birch forest. The 325-yard, par-4 15th is the signature hole, tempting long hitters to drive the narrow green protected in front by a pond and in back by mounds and bunkers. Stay-and-play packages at Point Sebago start as low as $79 ppdo and include accommodations in park homes, resort cottages, or vacation-home lodging as well as green fees, golf carts, full breakfast and dinner.
Special weekend golf packages include: Drive for Show, Putt for Dough in May that feature long-drive competitions, chipping shootouts, a putting challenge with a $5,000 Grand Prize, closest-to-the-pin events and unlimited rounds of golf on Fridays and Sundays; and Golf “Spring Training” Weekends in May designed to get one’s game in shape for the new season.
- PortCity Life Magazine May/June 2004 issue
We can heartily recommend Point Sebago Resort for a family vacation or golf getaway.
- Pub Links Magazine, 2003
…adults can play golf on one of the finest courses in the state of Maine, while kids hang with their own kind in an award-winning program.
- Motorhome Magazine, 2003
The 18-hole golf course is nationally recognized and golfers should consider an off-season mini-vacation when rates are low and special packages are available.
– Springfield Union News
The practice facilities at Point Sebago make it worth the trip alone.
- Editor, Golf of Maine
Point Sebago Resort’s 18-hole cham