Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: yes
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: yes
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: Mach New II
Tee Type: Rubber Mats
Elevation: Mostly Hilly
Foliage: Corridor
Course Length: 3,582ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 18 | 300 - 400ft: 0 | Over 400ft: 0
Course Designer: Bob Enman


From I-95; Exit 109 for 100/202/17 West toward Winthrop, 2.5 miles to a right on 17 West, 5.7 miles to a left on South Rd. 0.3 miles to Wildwood on the left.


Alt. Phone: 207-512-4664

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Course Reviews

by DGsmile on Mar 7, 2017 at 1:42pm

It is a course. I am concerned about safety. I had a hard time navigating the course without a "guide". I walked off the course after not being able to find hole #7. There are absolutely no tee signs and you must do some detective work from your scorecard.
You must also walk back into the "line of fire" on your previous hole to get to the next tee.
good practice for an ace run.
Think about it, how safe is a 18 hole course on 7 acres? Most courses use at least 18 acres for 18 holes. The pro-shop was open, but no one was around. Make sure to bring correct change, as there is a cash register , but no one to open it if you do need change.
It would make a great 9 hole course with 2 sets off tees.

by injulen on Aug 16, 2013 at 8:37pm

I went here today and had a great time. I understand complaints about it being small but its well made and has a fun layout. Its pretty challenging too. The course owner mentioned he has lots more work planned including bigger metal tee signs and a bunch more trimming of trees to do. As it is now though its plenty fun! Its really easy to find too and has a nice parking area.

by DGG22 on Jul 15, 2013 at 4:58pm

Unfortunately this course is horrible. I say unfortunately mostly because the people here are as nice as the course is bad. In my opinion it is neither beginner nor family friendly. In fact, I’m not convinced it is entirely safe for children, possibly not even for adults. I honestly think it is absolutely fantastic if one wants to squeeze a course onto their 7 acre “back yard”. It’s actually impressive what they managed to do within the space but that doesn’t make it fun to play, that’s for sure. I really think that charging $6 to play ONE round is absolutely ridiculous.
I sincerely hope that with the Rubber Mat Tees and mid-grade baskets their overhead was low enough that they won’t be out of business by next summer. Perhaps it could get better with time and more use but I’m afraid at $6 a pop they won’t have enough visitors to find out. This course is a good reminder that not everyone should “try this at home”, or rather everyone should but not expect people will want to pay good money to play it. Unfortunately, I'd rather take my 6 bucks to Beaver. :(

+ The signage is pretty decent.