Point Sebago A Cove Resort
About Point Sebago A Cove ResortPoint Sebago, A Cove Resort, is a haven of summer fun. Cove properties strive to be the finest RV and manufactured home communities in North America and the United Kingdom. Guests who want to take advantage of the resort’s amenities can stay in resort cabins, RV sites, cottages, homes, camping and glamping tents or the seven-bedroom Lake Lodge. The 775-acre resort features one mile of sandy beach on Sebago Lake, a marina to rent and store boats, an outdoor sports center, restaurant, lounges, a Broadway-style theater that attracts young talent and daily entertainment. All the summer recreational activities you enjoyed as a kid are here – mini-golf, fishing, campfires, shuffleboard, billiards, tennis, beach volleyball, bocce ball, horseshoes and more. The 7,000-yard course was built in 1995.
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Felt like summer
Awesome round in the fall. Peak foliage colors raised the ambience. Morning dew made for slow greens and restricted roll of a driven ball. Drying out, all got better
Fall golf in Maine
Highlights recommend Point Sebago golf course, great track
Beautiful Day Beautiful Course
Second time playing this course! I was paired with a great guy and we enjoyed our experience on one of the nicest days you could have in Maine at this time if the year!
Course was in excellent condition, dry with very little wind. Perfect playing conditions. Foliage is beginning to change and the setting was just beautiful!! Starter let us out a little early and we didn’t catch up to the group ahead of us until the fourth hole. Pace of play a little slow, but acceptable.
Enjoyed the day and I’ll definitely go back!!
Always a great course to play. Challenging but fair. Staff friendly and helpful.
Nice test of golf
This course is sneaky hard. There are lots of blind shots and level changes. Course is in nice shape. Greens are pretty large with lots of undulation. Fantastic practice facility. A great place to spend a couple hours chipping and putting.
This is why we love Maine!!!!
Amazing track! such amazing value for the quality of the course. Greens a little slower then we what we would have liked, very tight and long off the back tees a great test. Loved every part of the course , will play it again soon,
If you're in the area and love golf, be sure to make a trip to Point Sebago. This was my first time returning, after playing there about ten years ago and if anything, it was in better condition now. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The carts are awesome, all are tricked out with state of the art GPS touchscreens. You can even view icons for the carts in front of you for blind holes when you're unsure if you are safe to tee off. The course is very challenging, but can be customized to your skill level anywhere from 7000 to 3200 yards by a wise choice of which tee box to play. The scorecard even had provisions for combinations of teeboxes to really dial in the level you prefer. Course conditions were fantastic, the fairways and greens were some of the best I've played in northern NE. A couple of the par 3 tee boxes were a little worse for wear, but that's really the only negative I can think of during a super round at the course. The icing on the cake was I booked my round as a hot deal on Golf Now
Played golf here yesterday. With all the rain we have had lately the course is beautiful green and in great shape. The greens are perfect.
Course in great condition
Despite 2-3 days of rain. the course was in great condition. Greens were amazingly fast considering the
Took 4.5 hours to complete in 95 heat. Stuck behind some women’s group. Course needs water. Greens are now firm Fairways are good but traps are terrible