Bridgton Highlands Country Club first opened for play in 1926. The course designer was A. W. Tillinghast. he designed a 9-hole par-37 layout. This was his only Maine designed golf course. The actual hands on work was done by Francis Barton. In the 1980's the original holes 7 and 8 (current holes 4 and 14) were replaced. The design work was done by Geoffrey Cornish and Brian Silva. In the 1990's the course was expanded to 18 holes. The design work was handled by one of the new owners, Fred Ryan. The new nines were an incorporation of the Tinglist, Barton, Cornish and Silva holes with the new Ryan golf holes.
The Bridgton Highlands Country Club golf course offers scenic views of the White and Pleasant Mountains. Most of the fairways were built on typically hilly terrain,
Blue tees: par-72, 6,059 yards, 70.2/126
White tees: par-72, 5,820 yards, 69.3/123
Gold tees: par-72, 5,428 yards, 67.0/118
Gold tees(W): par-74, 5,438 yards, 72.2/127
Red tees(W): par-74, 5,093 yards, 70.0/119
Member (cart not included), played on Tuesday, July 2011 at 8am
Great area to vacation and play golf - lakes region is beautiful!
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$31 (cart not included), played on Thursday, July 2011 at noon
conditions better this year than last.