Presque Isle, Maine Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Presque Isle, Maine and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 3 golf courses within 20 miles of Presque Isle, including 3 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Presque Isle area is the Aroostook Valley Country Club which was designed by Howard Watson, ASGCA and opened in 1927. The longest course is Presque Isle Country Club, which is 6,794 yards. Aroostook Valley Country Club is rated the best course near Presque Isle.

18 holes over 6,794 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Write a Review
35 Parkhurst Siding Rd
Presque Isle, ME 04769
(207) 764-0430
6 miles from the center of Presque Isle. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,286 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Write a Review
75 Country Club Rd
Mars Hill, ME 04758
(207) 425-4802
10 miles from the center of Presque Isle. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,305 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Write a Review
234 Russell Rd
Fort Fairfield, ME 04742
(800) 980-8747
15 miles from the center of Presque Isle. Write a Review
9 holes over 3,274 yards with a par of 36 (Public) Write a Review
723 Sweden St
Caribou, ME 04736-3592
(207) 493-3933
18 miles from the center of Presque Isle. Write a Review

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