Design: CARD

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#1 The Big Easy

 

Par 4

Playing to 345 yards from the men’s tee, the opening hole offers a generous fairway for the tee shot.  The approach shot plays longer than the indicated yardage up a short, steep hill.  Enjoy the view of the harbor, with Schoodic Head in the distance.

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#2 Ironbound 

Par 4

The second hole requires a well placed tee shot to a blind landing area.  A creek bisects the fairway approximately 220 yards out.  A 252 yard drive will carry the creek and leave a short wedge to the green.  Most players will lay up short of the creek with a 200 yard tee shot leaving a longer approach into the prevailing wind coming off Frenchman Bay.  Pause for a moment to enjoy the breathtaking view of Ironbound Island with Mt. Desert Island and Cadillac Mountain in the distance.

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Design: Collage

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#3 Halibut Hole

Par 4

Next up is a 317 yard dogleg left.  A 200 yard shot up the hill leaves a short approach down the other side.  As you reach the top of the hill a spectacular view of Frenchman Bay awaits.

Design: INLINE

  #4 Dixon's Delight   Par 3  The tee shot here, while only 138 yards, is trickier than it appears from the tee.  Trouble lurks to the left, toward which the prevailing wind will try to bend the ball.  Once on the green the adventure continues.  Woe to the golfer whose ball is above the hole, as a put from there may run off the green.  Par is a welcome score.  Those who do do not make par can take consolation in the view of Frenchman Bay.      

#4 Dixon's Delight

Par 3

The tee shot here, while only 138 yards, is trickier than it appears from the tee.  Trouble lurks to the left, toward which the prevailing wind will try to bend the ball.  Once on the green the adventure continues.  Woe to the golfer whose ball is above the hole, as a put from there may run off the green.  Par is a welcome score.  Those who do do not make par can take consolation in the view of Frenchman Bay.

 

 

Design: SLIDESHOW