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Falmouth Country Club

Address: 1 Congressional Dr, Falmouth, ME 04105-1140
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Course Info

Falmouth is a 72 par 18 hole course.
Opened in 1988 Geoffrey Cornish/ Brian Silva was the course architect.
The course has a Closed guest policy.
Club Type: Private.

Certainly the heart of Falmouth Country Club is its 18-Hole, championship golf course. But this Club has always been about more than just "the game of a lifetime."
Falmouth is a private Club, founded in the proudest traditions of such establishments. Besides the aformentioned world-class golf course designed by the architectural firm of Cornish & Silva, the Club boasts an opulent clubhouse, containing men’s and ladies locker rooms, a full pro shop, food and beverage operations, offices, and a full-service kitchen. Situated outside the Clubhouse are four Har-Tru tennis courts, a beautiful golf practice facility, and pool complex (including pool, poolside snackbar and children’s playground).
A Club devoted to its Members, this is also a spectacular site for functions-- from a storybook wedding to an all-day business affair. The Clubhouse provides full banquet facilities as well as an outdoor event pavilion.
Noted television commentator, Peter Kostis ("the Golf Professional for Golf Professionals") has been associated with Falmouth Country Club since its inception. This is the course that featured Peter, Mark Calcaveccia, Tom Purtzer, Tom Kite, Bobby Watkins, Gary Koch, Ken Green and Davis Love in an exciting “Skins” game.  These are the magnificent golf holes that challenged the best amateur golfers during the New England Amateur, the Maine Amateur, the Tri-State Amateur and the 2003 USGA Amateur Qualifier.  And in 2004, Falmouth was selected as the Northern New England host for the Dave Pelz Scoring Game School.
Its fame, its facilities and its dedication to its Membership make Falmouth a unique and important Country Club-- a place where families and individuals make "Traditions Worth Keeping".