#1 The Big Easy
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.
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.
#3 Halibut Hole
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.