The Northeast Harbor Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 70 golf course. The first golf played in Northeast Harbor was in 1895. The name of that course was designed by JG Thorpe and was called "Northeast Harbor Golfing Grounds". Founded more than 100 years ago, the existing golf club was organized in 1916 and started as a 9-hole course opening in 1919. The original nine holes, now known as the "inner nine" (holes one through six and 13 through 15) were designed by Arthur Lockwood, while the remaining nine holes which opened in 1925, were designed by Herbert Strong. Our golf course provides a challenge for those lower handicap golfers, but is still enjoyable for the average golfer.
- Allow faster matches to play through.
- The golf course - the side edge of Sargent Drive to the left of holes 14 and 15 is marked as out-of-bounds.
- Rule 25-1: French drains, or gravel filled ditches, are deemed to be ground under repair.
- The local rule in Appendix I for an embedded ball through the green is in effect.
- Rule 24: Artificially-surfaced roads, cart paths or path are obstructions.
USGA Rules will govern all play with the exception of the local rules listed above.