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The International Golf Club
Academy Stay, Play Package
~ starting at $300
From fiery red and gold mountain vistas to lighthouses set against classic New England foliage... only Maine can offer such a "colorful," Golf and Stay experience. We're offering foliage golf packages that include some of Maine's top-ranked courses with lodging at a variety of premium hotel partners.
Play at Robert Trent Jones II's Sunday River Golf Club in the mountains... the nationally-acclaimed Old Marsh Country Club in seacoast region of Wells... or Donald Ross's 1924 classic, Penobscot Valley Country Club, with accommodations at Hollywood Casino in nearby Bangor.
Whether it's hiking, biking, shopping, lighthouses, or taking a drive to "leaf-peep", we're happy to provide you with off-the-course suggestions to make the most of your time in Maine! Multi-night, multi-course stays may be put together on a custom basis!
For questions or to book your getaway, call Harris Golf at (207) 442-8725, Monday-Friday from 8am to 6pm. Or email Harris Golf anytime with questions and reservation inquiries.
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An Insightful Interview With Stephen Clancy, PGA Head Professional
Golf has been associated with St Andrews for hundreds of years. The first written record of golf in St Andrews dates from 1552: it is a charter, bearing the seal of the Archbishop of St Andrews, which confirms that townspeople had the right to play golf on the Links, which at that time were also used for activities such as football, livestock grazing and rabbit breeding! It is likely that golf had been played on St Andrews' Links long before that, as the sport was forbidden in Scotland by King James II nearly a century earlier, in 1457.