About Us

Welcome to the Portland Country Club

Portland Country Club is a private, member owned Country Club, located in Falmouth Foreside Maine.

Founded as a private club by golf enthusiasts in 1895, the Portland Country Club today celebrates a deep tradition of member service and commitment to the game of golf.

Club members and their guests enjoy a timeless and nationally renowned 18-hole Donald Ross golf course, a stunning Oceanside setting, as well as exceptional country club facilities and social activities including formal and casual dining, tennis, swimming and paddle tennis.

As a result of our longstanding commitment to environmental quality and management, the Portland Country Club is proud to be the first and currently the only private Maine golf course to be designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International.

Guest Information

Dress Code


  • Shirts must have a collar; tank tops and tee shirts are not allowed.
  • Tennis shorts, gym shorts, running shorts, “cut-offs” and any other athletic shorts.
  • Cargo shorts are not permitted. Shorts designed for golf that have an internal pocket are permitted.
  • Non-metal spikes or sneakers are the only appropriate shoes for golf.
  • Jeans (denim) are not allowed at any time during the season.

For casual dining in the Grill Room, Bar or Terrace: Members and guests are requested to dress in country club casual: golf shirts, slacks, golf shorts, walking shorts and soft spiked golf shoes are all permissible.  Jeans are also completely appropriate inside the clubhouse (but not on the golf course and tennis courts). 

Men and boys must remove their hats and women and girls are encouraged to remove their informal hats whenever they enter the Clubhouse.

Bathing suits are not permitted in any area of the Clubhouse.

Poolside Café:  Everyone must wear shirts or bathing suit cover-ups and shoes to enter the Café.

Cell Phones and Pagers

Members and guests wishing to use cell phones are required to use them outside of the Member dining and beverage areas but not on the golf course or practice areas. Modest internet access (web, email or text) is permitted. Members and guests are also required to silence cell phone volume and pager ring tones while in the dining and beverage areas. (Rev. 03/17)


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