Rockland Golf Course opens for the season April 3 – Knox County VillageSoup


ROCKLAND— For those who want to “play high and let it fly”, the opportunity will present itself on Sunday, April 3, when the Rockland Golf Club officially opens its doors for the season.

The course will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., for walking only. There will be no carts at this time.

Only the first nine holes, which generally dry faster than the last nine in the spring, will be open.

Keenan Flanagan, the course’s longtime PGA professional, said the mode of operation will be first-come, first-served until Friday, April 8, when tee times will be required.

The cost to play is $35 for nine holes and $55 for 18 holes.

The club is located at 606 Old County Rd.

The club restaurant will open on May 1.

“Par For The Course” will be the temporary name of the property, which will provide full service food and beverage. The restaurant will be under the supervision of Kathleen Capetta and Reade Brower.

Ean Flannigan is the restaurant manager and can be reached at 207-691-2453.

“Their goals and objectives are the same as the golf course, which is to provide a great everyday experience,” Keenan Flanagan said. “They will take care of the members and day to day play and also organize all tournaments and special events.”

There is no relationship between Flannigan and Flanagan.

For more golf information call 594-9322 or visit

MaineStay Media/VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by email at [email protected]

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