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Point Sebago Resort
By John Torsiello | Published  04/23/2015 | Northeast | Unrated
Point Sebago Resort
Point Sebago Resort in Casco, Me. occupies 775 acres along the shores of Sebago Lake, two and a half hours north of Boston. Point Sebago’s course has been ranked number one in southern Maine by Golf Digest and one of the top 20 golf courses in New England by the New England PGA Professionals.

Designed by renowned golf course architects George Sergeant and Philip Wolgan, this scenic par-72 course covers 7,002 yards and has a slope rating of 135. Point Sebago has two of the best finishing holes you’ll find anywhere.

The 17th hole at Point Sebago is a demanding, uphill 202-yard par-three has a green that sits in a grassy hollow with a bunker guarding the front of the green and pot bunkers to the left.

The finishing hole at the resort course is a classic par-five. It measures just 527 yards from the back markers and the putting surface can be attained in two lusty shots. But the drive must be to the right side of the fairway for the proper view in, and there’s a small pond that guards the green. The smart play is a lay-up second shot to set up a wedge into a wide green.

Point Sebago Resort offers a variety of accommodations to meet every taste and budget. All the comforts of home, space for everyone, all in a beautiful Maine setting--from backwoods to beachfront, overlooking the lake, lodging on the ninth hole, or nestled among towering pines.
Point Sebago Golf Resort has outstanding golf packages that include comfortable accommodations, meals, greens fees and many other vacation perks.

www.PointSebago.com