Boothbay Harbor Country Club
Driving down Route 27 on the Boothbay Peninsula, you’re surrounded by historic old houses, rolling fields and the quiet beauty of Maine. Boothbay Harbor itself, is a bustling downtown full of shopping, dining and small-town warmth and charm. Between the busy Harbor full of fishing boats and the rest of the world you’ll find the Boothbay Country Club.
Boothbay has come into its own as one of the more scenic, upscale tracks in Maine. It was the site of the Maine Amateur Championship in July of 2005, for which it received rave reviews. Consistently, Boothbay ranks in Golf Styles New England 100 Must-Play Courses list.
The course is just 5 minutes from the shops and restaurants in downtown Boothbay Harbor… but surrounded by trees that rustle and whisper in the sea breeze as you play, you’d never know it. This is pure. This is golf. This is the Boothbay Harbor Country Club.