Maxwelton Braes Lodge
About Maxwelton Braes LodgeThe Maxwelton Braes Lodge and Banquet Facility is set in Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin, near Lake Michigan. The historic lodge was built in the 1930s situated in the middle of its 18-hole course. The property includes two lighted tennis courts, four pickleball courts, the Thyme Cuisine restaurant and indoor and outdoor banquet offerings. The main lodge sports just 11 rooms, including 1- and 2-bedroom suites named after Augusta National, Pinehurst, St. Andrews and Pebble Beach. The eight Rustic Fairway Rooms are located along the 16th fairway. A mix of long and short par 4s and par 5s create character on the 6,041-yard par-70 course. The clubhouse serves golf fare with snacks, beer, bratwurst and hotdogs inside and outdoors on the patio.
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Course is in great shape. It’s been 20 yrs since I played here last. I definitely Will return. Great valve for the money.
The course is in good shape thanks to recent rain that we’ve had. It was busy and there were several groups of “vacationing “ golfers but the pace was decent.
They did a real good job of virus prevention.
Nice golf course
Was up in Door County on vacation and stop by to play 18. Small :"club" house" but friendly staff. Fairways aren't the best but roughs weren't that bad. Greens were pretty challenging and in decent condition. Sand traps are pretty flat and easy to get out of. Overall it's a nice golf course.
Tougher than it looks
Maxwelton Braes is a pretty flat course that looks benign from the road, but plays harder than that. There are many doglegs that will challenge your fairway positioning, and most of the greens have a few undulations to eliminate straight putts. The greens are in excellent shape, and the fairways are surprisingly good given the dry summer. Overall a good value.
The course was in good shape. The rough was relatively short which made finding balls and hitting out of it less difficult. Greens were in good shape, albeit a bit slow. The course is very “playable”. It seemed like the majority of golfers on the course were walking with pull carts. Carts are available and cart paths were only present around the greens and tee boxes.
I had a nice round despite the cold, about 50 degrees.
This course reminds me of old courses I have played many years ago in Upper Michigan, plenty of character!!!
Thanks Maxwellton Braes, I'll be back again with friends!!!
Golf Now made a great day for me and the two others that I was attached to.
Old course on uneven ground, but a good long course with God greens. Great value for your buck.
Very cordial staff
Person running the clubhouse was very friendly and courteous.
Phil in pro shop did an outstanding job! very professional, very friendly.
Nice little course
Had just finished up a round at another course nearby when I got an email about a "Hot Deal" near me so I booked the tee time and drove over instead of heading home. Nice little course, friendly guy behind the counter and cold beer for only $2.50 a can - score!! Fairways were nice and the greens were in great condition. I had never heard of the course, will definately play again next time we head up to Door County.
Step Back in Time
Course hasn't changed much since 1929 so if you want to know what courses were like back then try MB. They did have a very good beer: Polka King, a local stout. Many nicer courses in Door County, but this is a great value.