Sugarloaf Golf Club

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  • Ticket Price: Free

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Sugarloaf Golf Club, Carrabassett Valley Reviews

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Sadly, my most recent experience at this great course will be my last. I make it a point to play here each year, this was the course my father took our family (a golfing family) to as our FIRST "Top-Notch" course when I was a teenager. I have talked it up ever since wherever I play or to whomever I'm with. Over the last few experiences though, it has been disappointing for one simple reason.. treatment of guests. Over the last 3 times of playing, there has been a palpable lack of appreciation if you are not a member. Each time being frequently reminded of the expected course play time and the time our group is currently on pace for (reminded while playing). When there was ANY difference between the two, we were asked to just hit the ball on the green, pick it up and count 2 strokes. Apparently this is standard at this course. Not how I remember as a kid. I thought this time would be better, and it was...until the 12th hole. Our group had the course to ourselves, mostly due to a mixed forecast, only a few members went our before us and nobody at all after us. A GOLFERS DREAM on a course as fantastic as this. We we informed of this and told: "its just you guys, have fun, stay dry." Our foursome was having a blast, no-rain, front 9 was great, ate lunch at the course restaurant, played 10, 11.. then a rain cell moved in for 30 mins on 12. It cleared. We were then met by the Golf Director.. He wanted to know what we have been doing all this time, whats taking so long, and that we would ruin the course after the rain. We were asked to leave. At the pro shop we asked what could be done for us since we were not allowed to finish. The response we got did not sit well: "You guys got to play 12 holes, you got a deal at $54 when its usually $109 (or so), you have been out there a long time." When asked why we were asked to leave, the response: " the course is unplayable, there is some standing water on 13 and 15. You are just going to ruin the course." --- I could understand his attitude toward us IF WE DECIDED to quit after 12 holes, blame course conditions, and try to weasel out a voucher.. The fact is that we were having a blast playing and were perfectly happy finishing the round. What was looking to be the kind of golf day you dream about and tell all you golf friends about, turned out to be as expected- frustrating and disappointing. After a pointed discussion with the Golf Director, one member of our group was given a handwritten ticket good for 6 holes if they can fit us in sometime when we come back. It was more of a backhanded gesture. I was cautiously optimistic about coming here again after my last few experiences... I should have just gone to work instead. It's acts like this that are ruining the sport. In Conclusion: It pains me to say this, because I love the detail of this course so much, but I CANNOT recommend it to serious golfer if you are not a member. The experiences I mentioned here are not unique to just me, but many I golf with across the state have confirmed the same kind of treatment at this course. I honestly can't believe there are not more reviews similar to this one- Everyone in the golf community knows the stigma that goes along with a tee time at this course. The Director can keep my $54: The $thousands$ that could be coming here are going to other courses now. The golf community in Maine is a tight community. Save yourself the frustration, Enjoy the day you took off from work, Play a different course.

  • I have to agree with the two previous reviews. What started as a promising day with four buddies, turned into a disappointing experience that probably will be my last at Sugarloaf until there is a change in management. While the course was soft due to rain the night before, the director of golf let us play our round after he took a lengthy look at the radar. This seemed a bit off already since we could see several groups of what we found out later were members teeing off while he made us wait in the pro shop. After Eric (I think that was his name ), a much friendlier staff member got our carts for us and told us enjoy the round and nobody is behind you, (the best thing you want to hear as a golfer) we thought maybe things would turn out ok. The front 9 was awesome but then the rain came. It was a steady rain for about 30 mins. We waited it out as there was no way we were giving up and driving 2.5 hours home for a short rain shower. We started up again once it let up. Then the director found us and told us in so many words to leave. In a very condescending way as mentioned in previous reviews. No mention of safety concerns were given as the owner tried saying were the reasons in his reply earlier. The director said the course was “unplayable”. It wasn’t unplayable for the members ahead of us! If the rain the night before hadn’t made the course unplayable, how was it that a brief shower did?? Anyways, we politely accepted his decision. It was all the more puzzling though as the sun started to shine by the time we got back to the clubhouse. We went inside to see if they could help us out in any way.... He wouldn’t budge telling us we should of known we were taking a chance coming up there to play with rain in the forecast (it’s summertime in Maine, threat of Tstorms everyday!) After making a few backhanded comments about us getting a “deal” ($54 per guy booked on THEIR website) and basically we should be happy we even got that, it became clear he wasn’t going to sympathize. Once again, the sun was out and it didn’t rain a drop the rest of the day. We left with ONE voucher for SIX holes. What a gesture. I would suggest a lesson in customer service. Trust me, none of us will be recommending Sugarloaf to our friends. Maine has plenty of other great courses where you are treated much better.

  • Sugarloaf Golf Club is home to a championship golf course, rated 4-1/2 stars, that ranks with some of the best in Maine. This tree-lined parkland layout provides a wonderful test for your all-round game, with many attractive, skilfully crafted and challenging holes to enjoy. A must play if you are in the area.

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