Maxwelton Braes Lodge
About Maxwelton Braes LodgeThe Maxwelton Braes Lodge and Banquet Facility is set in Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin, near Lake Michigan. The historic lodge was built in the 1930s situated in the middle of its 18-hole course. The property includes two lighted tennis courts, four pickleball courts, the Thyme Cuisine restaurant and indoor and outdoor banquet offerings. The main lodge sports just 11 rooms, including 1- and 2-bedroom suites named after Augusta National, Pinehurst, St. Andrews and Pebble Beach. The eight Rustic Fairway Rooms are located along the 16th fairway. A mix of long and short par 4s and par 5s create character on the 6,041-yard par-70 course. The clubhouse serves golf fare with snacks, beer, bratwurst and hotdogs inside and outdoors on the patio.
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Rainy, wet conditions, should not have played, left after 3 holes. Paid 42$ with golf now fees, not a bargain. Look at group golfer for better value with no fees.
Greens are in great shape fairwaysn good need rain but thats up to a higher power
Very Nice Course
We play this course every time we visit! Staff is friendly and course is always in good shape!
Decent course. The tees and greens are great. Fairways are okay. The sand can be wicked in some of the bunkers because they have really high lips. Overall a fun round with a good pace.
Great day trip
Booked a round with friends while camping in the area. The course was in real good shape, golf carts were clean and new. Pace of play was a little slow due to a slow 3 sum in front but they let us play through on the 10th hole.
Nice people. Short course
Nice front desk lady made accommodations for myself and my wife. Course itself has some ratty fairways and small but excellent greens Worth playing for sure
It’s a golf course
I would compare this course to a slightly above average municipal course. It’s not hard, fairways are wide and bad shots aren’t penalized on most holes. No forced carries that I recall. Greens were in decent shape. There was some brownout of fairways but at 150 plus, basically places you shouldn’t be anyway. Greens were easy to read. There are better options in door county but if the tee sheets are full consider this course.
For this time of year expected better conditions. Fairways are brown and very hard. Many areas with no grass. Greens and t boxes are ok. I have played here several times and unfortunately, I can not rate this higher than a 1. I would pass on playing here until conditions change.
Door County Golf
Golf course needs work. The white tee boxes are ok but the red and gold are just tee markers randomly placed in the grass. Sand traps are not good. Grass , weeds and dandelions all around most traps aren’t very appealing to the eye. It could be much better with some TLC.