One of the least-pretentious "country clubs" in the state, as described in The Guide to Maine Golf Courses. A short, open layout, it was built in 1967 by Hamm Robbins a former dairy farmer. In 1970, the Gamble family (Elmer and Leroy) became owners and operators of the course. Generous landing areas are tempered by small greens. Although relatively short, the Par 5's-the seventh and ninth holes (462, and 420 yards respectively)- are not forgone birdie opportunities.