Falmouth Country Club
|Gold M: 75.7/139||366||246||427||415||208||513||408||513||430||3526||469||204||468||436||588||456||198||542||485||3846||7372|
|Blue M: 72.6/137||351||191||378||388||198||480||399||502||380||3267||400||172||417||390||556||410||183||522||439||3489||6756|
|Green M: 70.5/134||329||173||366||378||182||475||367||486||345||3101||371||159||373||368||509||397||138||511||365||3191||6292|
|White M: 68.4/126 W: 74.0/130||319||165||344||368||132||455||319||470||335||2907||357||112||337||352||500||353||133||473||312||2929||5836|
|Red M: 65.7/115 W: 70.8/123||247||152||296||322||125||391||313||419||325||2590||317||104||311||285||416||332||113||417||271||2566||5156|
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Great layout and a challenge
This course can be demanding. It really helps you play target golf. Really nice practice facilities. Staff is outstanding.. this course is going through upgrades because of the upcoming events in June. The Korn Ferry is coming to town.
FCC is a beautiful option for private country club lifestyle in Portland, Maine
Falmouth CC was a treat to play, especially in the heat of summer when it's a "scorching" 82* with a breeze in mid-July. Falmouth felt like a family atmosphere with the pool near the 18th green busy with kids and the course laden with couples walking 9 holes together. FCC allows golf to reign supreme in the 6 months out of the year that snow doesn't cover the ground, but that doesn't keep most members from getting in the same amount of rounds in as your average Floridian!
The course itself was in great shape. Half the holes have a links-style feel to it as much of the terrain seems to be untouched. The other half of the course is lined with beautiful tall Maine pines. Much of the rough area is covered with 3 ft tall native grass that swallows balls right up if you're not careful. There are also quite a few blind shots off the tee, which makes course knowledge quite beneficial if it's your first time playing here (as it was mine.) Greens were super smooth and quick and made downhill putts a bear! Pro tip: stay below the hole.