Some golfers may be put off by the triple-digit greens fee, which is understandable. But if there’s ever a golf course to support by stretching the wallet a bit further than usual, it’s Cape Arundel. An original 1921 Walter Travis design, Cape Arundel is private but welcomes public play. The Kennebunk River winds around and through the course, which measures only 5,859 yards at a par 69. The character here is off the charts - blind shots, fescue-covered mounds, tiny greens with insane undulations, gullies and fairway bunkers and angled tee shots galore. A true diamond, and a favorite of both Bush 41 and 43.