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Sabattus Disc Golf - Eagle

Posted on Aug 4th 2011
Well-maintained and picturesque. Integrates significant elevation, tight woods, open fields, and a beautiful meandering stream. Hours (effective 6/23/2020) Mon-Fri 9-7, $7/rd - $11/day, Sat & Sun 8-7; $8/rd - $12/day for Eagle - Falcon & Hawk - $3/round for Owl. **Due to the Covid-19 outbreak: - Masks MUST be worn in the Pro Shop and all common areas.
Year Established: 
2005
Street Address: 
605 Bowdoinham Road
Sabattus, ME 04280
United States
Rating: 
4
Average: 4 (2 votes)
Location Map: 
First Tee Coordinates: 
POINT (-70.033155977726 44.0548091038)
Parking Lot Coordinates: 
POINT (-70.033461749554 44.055234868972)
Directions: 
If from Portland and points South; I-295 North to Exit 22 to ME-125. ME-125 North for 15 miles to a left on Store Rd to Bowdoinham Rd. Sabattus Disc Golf on the left. If from Auburn, Lewiston, and Sebago Lake Region; I-95 North to Exit 86, turning right onto ME-9 to a left on Bowdoinham Rd. If from Augusta and points North; I-295 South to Exit 22 to ME-125 - ME-125 North for 15 miles to a left on Store Rd to Bowdoinham Road, Sabattus Disc Golf on the left.
CourseID: 
74 559
Course Type: 
Permanent
# Holes: 
18
Target Type: 
DISCatcher
Tee Type: 
Concrete
Total Length Of Course: 
6 985ft
Holes < 300 ft: 
6
Holes 300 - 400 ft: 
5
Holes > 400 ft: 
7
Elevation: 
50/50 Flat/Hills
Foliage: 
Mixed - Trees/Open
Cart Friendly: 
Somewhat
Camping Nearby: 
yes
Facilities: 
no
Fees: 
yes
Handicap: 
yes
Private: 
yes
Tee Signs: 
yes
Contact Name: 
Office
Phone #1: 
207-375-4990
Computed coordinates: 
POINT (-70.033461749554 44.055234868972)
Location Type: 
Private Property

Comments

Submitted by delaRosa on
Rating: 

This is truly the unequivocally best disc golf facility in the state. Top of the line pro-shop, a little pricey, picnic and warm up area. I don't even know how many 18 hole courses they have but last time I checked it was three and they were still ambitious so I bet it is 4 by now. Huge fountain the shape of a basket out front. The terrain is invigorating. Its just one of those places that gives you that little kid feeling of being sad to leave when your last round is over and the wife is blowing up your cell phone because you should have left two rounds ago. I have played disc extensively in AZ,and ME and played a bit in MA, NH, and nothing compares to this place. It is my Mecca of frolf. I live in AZ now and have met people who have heard of Sabatis. This facility of at least 3 courses is the reason that Maine disc golf really needs to be on the radar of the best players in the world and should host a championship. If you think its hubris then tell me what your recommendation is because I would love to play it. So yeah, trees and viewpoints everywhere. it plays long and short, up and down, open and tight, many holes have multiple shooting lane options. My favorite hole offers you a frustrating dogleg up and around almost in a circle to the left...or...you can shoot down a rocky, twisting and treacherous brook with a low margin for error. Its a drive but worth every gas dollar.

Submitted by slalemand on
Rating: 

Well to each his own. This is a fine course but no where near my favorite.

Yes it's nice and clean, but there are several other courses that - for me, are more fun to play.

- Oxford
- Enman
- Augusta (Rock Quarry)

to name but a few. Heck I enjoy Campbell's more, but that's just me.

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