The Ledges Golf Club in York, Maine, offers you the finest public golf experience on the seacoast. In fact, north of Boston, this is definitely the first course you'll want to play. Rugged New England terrain frames an attention-grabbing par-72 layout where you may be distracted at times by the spectacular vistas and lush pine trees, the velvety green course conditions and the wildlife that you'll see everywhere. Architect William Bradley Booth designed The Ledges, and both the course and the designer won instant recognition after our opening. We like to say, in fact, that The Ledges put Brad Booth on the map in the golf world when we opened for play in 1999. That year, Golf Magazine named us the best new public golf course in New England. Since then, Golf Digest has awarded 4 stars to The Ledges. Golf Styles New England has put us on the list of top public courses you can play as well as naming our 18th, the toughest finishing hole in New England. Our reputation has made us wildly popular with vacationers to New England, a favorite with locals and a big draw for those from the Boston area. Join us soon to discover what fine golfing means in Maine.