About the Course
Established in 2002, Toddy Brook Golf Course is one of Maine’s “must play” public golf courses. This par 71 course features five sets of tees, rolling hills, elevation drops of up to 150 feet, plenty of water and some of the best greens in the state, and presents a great round of golf for all level of players.
Toddy Brook also offers a driving range with grass tees, practice putting green, teaching professionals, and a fully stocked golf shop. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can assist you with setting up tee times, finding a membership that fits your needs, joining a league, setting up lessons, and showing you the latest merchandise.
Hole #1 is a short dogleg left that bends around a pond. A well-placed tee shot right of the pond (or over the pond for longer hitters) leaves a short uphill approach to a green that slopes from back to front. Avoid the greenside bunkers to the right and stay below the hole for your first birdie chance of the day!
Hole #2 a straight and slightly uphill par-4. The fairway bunker and the pond on #1 can come into play if your tee shot goes far left. The green is very narrow up front and slopes from back to front. Stay below the hole and avoid the big bunker to the left for your best chance at par
Hole #3 Par 4 is a short but difficult hole which doglegs slightly to the left and runs alongside Rte. 9. Out of bounds on the left and hazards that run into the fairway require a solid and accurate tee shot. Longer hitters should keep the driver in the bag. The small green is well protected by a slope on the left side and bunker on the right, sloping from left to right dramatically making it one of the more difficult greens on the course.
Hole #4 is the signature hole on the front 9! Many have compared this Par 3 hole to #12 at Augusta National. Water protects this large green in the front and on the right, with bunkers on the left and in back making an accurate shot a must. The green slopes from left to right and the many undulations make par on this hole a good score.
Hole #5 With the tee boxes nestled back in the trees, the drive on this Par 5 hole can be intimidating. However, an accurate tee shot that avoids the hazard along the left side and a fairway bunker on the right can set up longer hitters to go for the green in two. The pond does come into play on lay-ups and approach shots. The big, turtle-back green gives you plenty to shoot for and a good chance at the birdie!
Hole #6 a Par 3 is a slight dogleg right, surrounded by trees with bunkers on both sides. Hit a straight drive and a birdie could be in the cards.
Hole #7 is a difficult dogleg right Par 4, with out of bounds on the left side, trees on the right and a pond 130 yards from the green your tee shot need to be accurate to stay out of trouble. Green slopes back to front as well as hard right. Staying below the hole is a big advantage.
Hole #8 is a Par 4 sharp dogleg right with fairway bunkers on the left and right side of fairway. A good drive in the fairway will leave use a second shot up over the broke an onto the green. Watch out for the green side bunker in front.
Hole #9 a long straight Par 5 with the green nestled between two ponds and several sand traps a great finish to the front nine.
Hole #10 woods on the left and fairway bunker on the right makes a tee shot down the middle important. A good second shot is needed to get over the hazard and brook lying between you and the green.
Hole #11 the tee shot has plenty of airtime as it flies over the gully in front of the green making this Par 3 a challenge. A large green that slopes, gently from back to front making a gentle hand needed.
Hole #12 a treelined, uphill, dogleg left Par 4 is one of the hardest holes on the course. Avoid the green side bunker right in front of the tiered green which slopes sharply right to left. Walking away with a par is great.
Hole #13 this lovely Par 5 hole with a blind tee shot up over the hill, leaving you a second shot with a great look at the green. The narrow approach and greenside bunkers still allow this green to be reachable in 2.
Hole #14 Standing 150 feet above the green as you tee off on this Par 4 hole is and outstanding view. Out of bounds on the left and wooded hazard on the right make a straight tee shot a must. The green slopes back to front with bunkers on both sides and wooded steep slope hazard in the back so stick the green.
Hole #15 a steep uphill battle faces you on the Par 4, even with a good drive a strong, accurate second shot is needed to make the green in regulation. This tiered green slops sharply from back to front. Good Luck with the hardest hole at Toddy Brook
Hole #16 – This tough par three has a large green that slopes from front to back and from the middle to the left and right. A high lob shot is needed to hold the green.
Hole#17 – Stay clear of the large fairway pond on this downhill Par 5, your second shot should take the pond out of play, then a simple chip shot onto the green leaves you a putt for birdie.
Hole #18 – The final hole is a beautiful island green Par 3. A high lob shot will help you hold the green and end your round at Toddy Brook with a birdie.