Shoot for the Course Record in New Hampshire
7 New Hampshire Golf Courses
Your next visit to New Hampshire should be met with fun-filled days on these select, exceptional golf courses; From the Derryfield Course in Manchester, to the always fun and challenging Pease Golf Course in Portsmouth.
1. Bretwood Golf Course
Make the most of your stay in the city of Keene by playing 36 holes at Bretwood Golf Course. Located only four miles from downtown Keene, Bretwood GC features two unique courses – the North Course and the South Course. If you're up for a full day out on the links, Bretwood is the spot. The North Course plays to a par of 72 across 6,976 yards, and the South Course is also a par-72, but a tad bit shorter at 6,952 yards.
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2. Beaver Meadow Golf Course
When your visit to New Hampshire has you in Concord, you'll certainly want to make a tee time at the Beaver Meadow Golf Course. Found directly north of downtown along Interstate 93, Beaver Meadow GC is 18 lush holes, 6,356 yards, and easily one of the state's premier courses. It feaures a slope rating of 127 and a course rating of 70.8, making it fairly accessible for all skill levels.
3. Profile Golf Club
In the far northern reaches of New Hampshire, visit Franconia where you'll want to play the impressive Profile Golf Course. Only nine holes in total, this excellent executive-style course is ideal for those hoping to sneak in a quick round before lunch. You can always play through twice for the full 18-hole experience.
4. Exeter Country Club
Another sterling example of executive-stye golf can be found at Exeter Country Club, home of the Exeter Golf Course. Visit Hampton and make the easy drive in to play this charming course. In all, it's 2,721 yards from the back pins, making it an easy play-through for beginners. Many of the holes at Exeter GC also features water hazards from the bordering Squamscott River.
5. Derryfield Country Club
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Opened in 1932, Derryfield Country Club features the impressive Derryfield Golf Course. Travel to Manchester and book a tee time to play this excellent 18-hole, 6,117-yard course. It's a par-70, with a slope rating of 126 and a course rating of 69.0. Though it's connected to a country club, the course is open to the public.
6. Pease Golf Course
Enjoy a golf outing with friends, family, or even business associates during your stay in Portsmouth – head for the Pease Golf Course for an exceptional challenge. Choose from the Red Course (18 holes and a par of 71) or the Blue Course (nine holes and a par of 36) when you play the Pease GC. If you've got the time, play all 27 holes!
7. Waterville Valley Golf Club
In northeastern New Hampshire, explore the beauty and serenity of While Mountain National Forest in a unique way – with 18 holes of golf. The Waterville Valley Golf Course is a favorite among Waterville Valley residents, and found within the lush woodlands of White Mountain NF. This course is another example of sterling executive-style golf, with nine holes that play to 2,404 yards. It opened in 1898, and, like all the other executive courses, you can play through twice.