ABOUT US

Our Story

              Every dedicated golfer has at least once dreamed of building and designing their own golf course. Toddy Brook was once a humble cow pasture before Robert Anderson Jr. decided to make that dream a reality on his family plot of land.

              In the late 1990’s Robert had already begun building some greens on his property where him and his friends and family could play. What had started as some casual fun quickly turned into development of our initial 9 holes, and by 2002 the front 9 and café were open for business.

              Now many golfers would stop there, having accomplished their own “field of dreams”. Robert, however, knew a that the real prize was lying next door on a neighboring piece of property. Over the next 5 years Robert designed a challenging and beautiful 7 hole stretch that has defined the Toddy Brook experience since. Cutting through the forest with sharp doglegs and often severe elevation changes, The motto at Toddy has become “score on the front, and hold on through the back”.

              Since the onset our goal at Toddy Brook was to create a course where every golfer could come and experience a common golfer’s paradise. Book your round at Toddy today! 

What’s New at Toddy

  • Toddy Brook Cafe is open all year for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. 
  • Don’t miss out on our limited time Christmas specials!
  • Full memberships starting at $699 for new members
  • 10 play passes starting at $169! limited quantity available
  • Pro shop merchandise up to 75% off!
  • 18 Holes with Cart Certificate $40!
  • Pro shop open Saturday December 7 and 14 9am-1pm.

Tournaments & Outings

At Toddy Brook Golf Course we specialize in coordinating group events and golf tournaments of all sizes. We are committed to providing an outstanding venue for your next golf tournament, outing, or event.

Toddy Brook is more than just an outstanding golf course. Our facilities have all the amenities you will need to host a memorable event including championship 18 hole golf course, banquet/reception area, full golf shop services, and wedding ceremony space.

Group Amenities and Options

Green Fees

Golf Carts

Personalized golf cart signs

Tournament scoring and prizes

Custom menu and catering options

On-course food and beverage service

Customized event planning services

Event Calendar: Click here to view scheduled events

Contact us: Bradley Youngs, Head Golf Professional, (207) 829-5100

Course Layout

The first hole 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!

Let the big dog eat on this 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.

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.

The signature hole on the front 9! Many have compared this 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.

With the tee boxes nestled back in the trees, the drive on this 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!

 

This long and difficult par 3 is best played with a left-to-right tee shot. Hazard starts in front and runs along the right side of the entire hole. The large green is relatively flat so hitting it will reward you with a good chance for birdie. Missing the green short is the best place to get up and down for par.

Keep the driver in the bag on this sharp dogleg right. The pond comes into play about 200 hundred yards from the men’s tee and 135 yards from the lady’s tee. The best spot for your approach would be just right of the tall tree that stands about 150 yards from the very large and turtle-backed green. Out of bounds runs along the left side of the hole and around the back of the green. Par is always a good score.

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

The first hole 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!

Contact Us

207-829-5100

Address

925 Sligo Road 
North Yarmouth, Maine 04097 

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Toddy Brook 2018