Sugarloaf Golf Club

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  • My friends and I were thinking we might give this course another try. We have played here in the past, the course was great, but had some issues with how we were treated by upper level staff. As I look at some recent reviews, I can see our experiences are not isolated, and it doesn't look like things have changed for the better. Ownership may want to review the adage, “The customer is always right.” Then pass the concept on to staff. Thought I'd add my two cents, then move on to another quality Maine course, there are plenty. The local peasants do have other options. ;~)

  • The Golf Course itself gets 5 stars from me, no question. Unfortunately I cannot say the same about those at the pro shop. Apparently our pace of play was an issue while waiting out a couple rain delays, even though we were the only group out today. The Golf Director hunted us down on the 13th to question what we were doing and telling us that we were going to destroy the course. All of this after we were told we could take our time and that there was no rush out there. If a golf course can’t handle an hour of rain then it should be changed to a rice farm. The course was fine. It was playing very well with cart path only. It seemed as though the director had some better place to be and we were ruining his “rainy day” plans. It’s unfortunate because the course is gorgeous. Driving 2.5 hours to play 12 holes of golf isn’t ideal, but at least we didn’t have to deal with the director for the full 18. They knew it was going to rain, if you don’t want people to play then don’t take their money, and don’t tell them it’s wide open and good luck. Hey, at least we got a “6-hole” voucher to use between the 4 of us. It’s a shame because the course is beautiful!! I’ll save some gas and play Sunday River next time!

  • Best golf course in New England! AMAZING views. Good practice area. Very good pros available for instruction.

  • BUYER BEWARE! Course amazing, food good, management / ownership well... not so much. Drove 2 1/2 hours each way to play a round of golf, not 2/3 of a round. After a half hour rain delay, the Director of Golf came out and asked us to leave. He was concerned we would damage the course. As I talk with fellow golfers about this, their immediate reply is “Did they give you a voucher?” Nope, 1 out of 4 got a slip of paper saying he could play 6 if he came back and paid for 18 more. Oh, and it’s only good “If we can fit you in after your round”. That’s poor golf etiquette by any standard. Ownership has weighed in on the situation. See Nate Yeader’s review and their response. But the reply doesn’t hold water. Once the rain stopped there was no more coming. As we sat in our carts in the woods during the downpour we were checking the radar, just one passing cell. If they were truly concerned about safety they would have held us at the club house after 9, when we stopped to buy lunch. They should be checking the radar. However, the comments by the director centered around how long we were out, and that we paid less than the maximum rate for 18, so we should be grateful for what we got. No concern to make it right for their guests, which they could still do at any time. Bottom line, if you long for the thrill of a casino, combined with a possible partial round of golf, then by all means roll the dice, this may just be the perfect golf destination. ***REPLY TO ANONYMOUS OWNER*** Facts: 1) I was not given a voucher, neither were 2 other players in our foursome. 1 voucher was given to 1 player and it makes no mention of “good for 4 players”. How would I book a 6 hole tee time, or get credit, if the one player with a slip of paper is not with me that day? 2) It wasn’t a “break in the storm”. There was no more thunder and lightning after the director asked us to leave. In fact, no more rain period. We were looking at the radar in our carts as we waited the rain out, simply one passing storm cell. Would you expect anyone who reads this review to believe that if there was a full slate of golfers for the rest of the day, scheduled to pay at full rate, you would ask them all to leave, and close for the day due to a half hour storm cell with clear skies following? I admit to a modicum of skepticism to that idea. The directors only stated concern was, we would “Destroy the course!” Really?!?!?!?! No expressions of concern for our safety. If it was life or death, why did he allow us to finish hole 12? 3) You express your gratitude to each in our group for taking the time to share our experience. Simply platitudes. You have the power to turn this into a positive experience. Why not demonstrate your gratitude by taking action? Is this how you would want to be treated if you went to a premium facility? You can still do the right thing, and take care of your paying guests.

  • My son and I visit every year and it's always great. Love the course. Tough but fair.

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