Searsport Pines Golf Course first opened for play in 1999. The course was designed by Bert Whitten.
There are two signature pieces of Searsport Pines. The Pond on the Par 3, 9th hole and the Gazebo. There are rumors of a giant gold fish in the pond on the 9th hole. The par 9th hole, is all water from tee to green. There is a lot of room to miss to the right and behind the green but the 127 yard par 3 plays deceptively long. The Gazebo offers all the aminities of a Mom & Pops eatery. Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, and most importantly cold beer on tap.
Blue tees: Par-35, 2,883 yards, course rating 33.0, slope rating 122.
Blue tees: Par-35, 2,680 yards
Blue tees: Par-35, 2,366 yards
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