Mingo Springs 2.0

Today we officially launched a completely redesigned Mingo Springs Golf Course website. We have added a number of new features that we are excited about. The centerpiece of the redesign is an all new course map, complete with photographs and brief descriptions for each of our beautiful 18 holes. Thanks to our neighbors at the Country Club Inn, we have some lovely historical photos – even one that we think dates to the 50s. The Rangeley Chamber of Commerce also contributed many photographs of the course which appear throughout the site. We hope to continue to add photographs as the season continues. Have a great photo? Post it to our Facebook page

We have added a revamped calendar of events for the course. Through the website and our Facebook page we plan to keep you updated on comings and goings at the course all season long. You can contribute to this via our Facebook page, which will be more closely tied with the website. If you haven’t already, like our page on on Facebook today.

As part of the redesign we also revamped our scorecard for the first time in years. The new design adds more detail to the course map, including sand traps, while nodding to the scorecards of Mingo Springs’ past. The scorecard will be available for use beginning at the end of May. Click on the image for a preview.

Our redesigned scorecard.

Our redesigned scorecard.

Finally, we have also added a page covering the amazing work that John Bicknell and the rest of the golf course team have been doing with the Mingo Springs Trail and Bird Walk. The website not only provides information on the Bird Walk but facts about local flora and fauna are interspersed throughout the site. Bob and Mary Vannest, avid birders from Norway, Maine, helped compile the information for these spots.

We hope the new website will be a great resource for long-time members and first-time visitors alike.