Barnes Brook Golf Course, originally named Green Valley Golf Course, is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in West Enfield, Maine.
From the longest tees, it offers 2,824 yards of golf for a par of 35. The course rating is 32.9 with a slope rating of 112.
Green Valley is a daily fee golf course with a 'Call For Playing Privileges' guest policy.
This golf course was started by James Plourde Sr., and his son Henry Plourde. James was a worker at the Tannery in Howland, ME. James and Henry went to work in 1963 to build the course. In 1964 the little nine hole golf course was opened.
The summer of 1975 James Plourde Jr. took over running the golf course and did so for 21 years. The biggest change Jim did was to convert one of the easiest par 4's into the toughest par 4 in the state, Hole # 5.
In 1996 James Jr. sold the course to Andrew & Kim McLaughlin with their partner Gerry Clifford. The biggest change came In 2001 when after a couple of years of dry weather, Andy decided to put in a full irrigation system from tee to green. He termed it "The Big Dig".
In 2006 the course was sold to Barnes Brook, LLC. They have rebuild all the bunkers and started to add new tees. They are adding and stretching the tees so that the facility will be 2400 yards from the front tees and just over 3300 yards from the back.
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