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Sebasco Harbor Resort Golf Club
29 Kenyon Road, Sebasco Estates, ME, USA  04565-0075
Tee Times: 207-389-9060 Clubhouse: 207-389-1161 Toll Free: 877-389-1161 Fax: 207-389-2004

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Foggy in the morning and breezy starting in the evening.

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Date: 2012-Jun-26 Review by Dan P
    Upon arrival, you'll probably find the Sebasco Harbor Resort Golf Course very unassuming. The drive in to the resort will see you cross fairway #1 and golfers and drivers (the vehicle kind) will need to stay alert. You may not be impressed with what you read (signage) at this point as I can't think of any one that likes to get hit with a golf ball but it does get better, much better.
    The signature #2 hole over the bay will bring a smile to your face and the remainder of your round will continue to hold your interest. The tight fairways and small, well-maintained greens makes Sebasco Harbor Resort a very challenging track.
    The Sebasco 9-hole course is ideally designed for all family members. It's perfect for a person like myself who gets up very early and likes something to do. I could complete playing 9 holes before the family is ready for breakfast. I could also see myself putting in another 9 holes in the early evening.
    A couple of times a week the Resort offers lessons for Juniors to hone their skills. There's even a short 3-hole layout for them to practice what they learn.
    Plans have been drawn to turn Sebasco into a complete 18 hole track which would most likely make Sebasco one of the most scenic courses in the state of Maine.
    Being a couple of Canadians, it was great fun to play with a couple of locals and play a CanAm challenge. The Sebasco course offered enough difficulty to keep the battle close and the our opponents raised our competitive juices as chants supported both countries could be heard with every good shot. Canada reigned supreme (but, sadly, the local papers declined coverage).
    The Sebasco Harbor Resort has some great history and you can easily ask staff to provide you with details. The many amenities that the Resort offers will only add to your enjoyment should you decide to stay at the resort. During my stay I had a chance to play candlepin bowling, a variation of bowling that is played primarily in the New England states and Eastern Canada. A real vacation treat.
    The "Pilot House" at Sebasco is a great dining spot with a coastal view of Maine that simply enhanced every meal. We greatly enjoyed our serving staff every day at the "Pilot House" and looked forward to the parley. For a lighter fare "The Ledgers" is below the Pilot House and offers a more casual dining selection.
    Typically during my reviews I deal only with the golf course but Sebasco was a special place. I look forward to a return in the near future.
    Thanks, Bob!
Photos: 2012-Jun-26

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