Course Yardage and Layout
Take a look at the 18-hole “Cape Neddick” course at the Cape Neddick Country Club facility in Cape Neddick, Maine featuring 6,257 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 70.1 and it has a slope rating of 125 on Bent grass. Designed by Donald J. Ross, ASGCA/Brian M. Silva, ASGCA, the Cape Neddick golf course was established in 1919. Check out our history page for more information.
Course Tee Ratings
Mens Tee Rating
|Tee||USGA Rating||Slop Rating (18)|
Women’s Tee Ratings
|Tee||USGA Rating||Slop Rating (18)|
View By Hole
Handicap: Men 5, Women 1
A classic fairly short dogleg right Donald Ross starting hole. Keep your drive left center of fairway for your best approach to green. The mound that runs through the fairway is 245 yards from white tees. Avoid being long with your approach.
Handicap: Men 13, Women 17
A very straight forward par three that plays from an elevated tee. Trouble looms all down left side of hole, so right center of green is your best target regardless of pin placement.
Handicap: Men 1, Women 3
Three solid and fairly accurate shots are requigold to reach this hole in regulation. It plays even longer than the card says (586 yards) because your second shot is blind and uphill. Don’t stray too far left or right with your shots as there is trouble lurking on both sides. Take your par or bogey and move onto four.
Handicap: Men 17, Women 13
Another classic Ross dogleg, but this one is a short and sharp dogleg left. A at the 100 yard maker in center of fairway and hit it 170-180 yards off tee for your ideal approach to green.
Handicap: Men 7, Women 15
Plenty of room to drive the ball on this par four with OB down right side. Approach plays slightly uphill to our most difficult green on the course. Pay attention to pin placement before hitting approach for best chance to be successful on this green.
Handicap: Men 11, Women 7
Short par three, but is difficult to make par if you don’t hit green with tee shot.
Handicap: Men 15, Women 9
Ideal drive is left center of fairway 180-200 yards. Long hitters can try to drive the hole, but it narrows as you get closer to the green. A classic risk reward hole, but a good opportunity for birdies and pars for most players either way.
Handicap: Men 9, Women 11
Our most picturesque par three. Avoid being left and or long and you will score well on this hole.
Handicap: Men 3, Women 5
This is our only “forced carry” hole. It is 140 yards to carry the wetlands, but the ideal tee shot is 165-180-yards. This will leave you with a fairly easy approach to a very receptive green.
Par 4 Men, 5 Women
Handicap: 2 Men, 2 Women
Our most difficult par four that is a par five for the ladies. Favor left center with all shots to avoid OB and water hazards. Five is a good score for most on this challenging hole.
Handicap: Men 14, Women 12
Accuracy is a must on this pretty par three. There is water left and right and OB long.
Handicap: Men 4, Women 2
A difficult par five that puts a premium on accuracy. You must keep your drive and second shots left center in order to have your best approach to green. Take enough club with your approach shot because it plays uphill to a “false front” green.
Handicap: Men 6, Women 10
A good par four slight dogleg left hole that also plays slightly downhill. Keep your drive and second shot left center. A tricky little green that makes for a tough two putt.
Handicap: Men 10, Women 14
Our longest par three that is also the largest green on the course. You must carry the green with your tee shot to reach because it is an elevated green. Left and or long spells trouble on this hole.
Handicap: Men 8, Women 8
The final of our challenging par fives. Three very good shots will be needed to make birdies or pars on this hole. Favor right center with all three shots. Bogey is not a bad score for most on this difficult, but also fair and picturesque hole.
Handicap: Men 12, Women 4
The ideal distance for your tee shot is 200-220 yards. Not much room to miss your tee ball left or right, so give up a little distance to be sure to hit it straight. Must keep approach below the hole to avoid a possible three putt.
Handicap: Men 18, Women 18
Driveable par four if you can hit it 240 plus yards. If not, the play is right center of fairway 160-180 yard tee shot. Either way this is a birdie hole for many players.
Handicap: Men 16, Women 16
A beautiful finishing hole. Driving the ball over the road will leave you your best approach to this difficult green. Pay attention to the pin location in order to leave yourself an opportunity for a possible one or two putt. Left center with your drive is ideal.