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Bridgton Highlands Country Club Bridgton, ME

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In 1925-1926, noted golf course designer A.W. Tillinghast was contracted to design a course on Highland Ridge. Tillinghast, noted for many famous courses including Baltusrol, Winged Foot and Bethpage, designed a par 37 nine hole course which measured 3212 yards with the assistance of Ralph Martin Barton, who also worked with Tillinghast on the Mid-Ocean and Yale University Courses. In the 1980’s, Geoffrey Cornish and Brian Silva were hired to redesign several holes and finally, in 1992 the course was expanded to the 18-hole venue that exists today. The 18-hole layout, was opened for play in 1992.

Today, Bridgton Highlands is a fun and friendly, open-to-the-public golf and tennis facility located in the heart of Maine’s Lakes Region with a range of activities for men, women, couples and youth.

The 18-hole layout provides a challenging and enjoyable golf experience in a scenic setting — the best in western Maine with views of Pleasant Mountain —Shawnee Peak, New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Mount Washington — where you can leave distractions behind and focus on your game. Located one hour from Portland, ME and 20 miles from the New Hampshire Border, the course has four sets of tees and a maximum length of 6,224 yards.

With four courts and a tennis program led by noted tennis professional, Bob Kimnach, the tennis program features, lessons, round robins, couples doubles, tournaments, junior programs and more.

Bridgton Highlands welcomes individual play, group outings and tournaments. Come and enjoy a quality golf or tennis experience in a fun, friendly and welcoming environment.

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