You will be redirected to the Hotel Search Results page.
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.
Make the most of your next stay in New Hampshire – and be sure to bring your clubs along for the trip. Among the many impressive things to see and do in New Hampshire – from the roadside attractions to the famous fall foliage – it's the golf that will really impress, if not challenge, you and your partners.
Be sure to book a tee time at Beaver Meadow Golf Course, one of the premier golf courses in Concord. Opened in 1896, Beaver Meadow feature 18 sterling holes which play to a par of 72. At its max, Beaver Meadow GC is a stunning 6,356 yards in length. This course also features a slope rating of 127, with a course rating of 70.8.
Boasting 36 beautifully maintained holes, Bretwood Golf Course is set along the Ashuelot River in Keene, New Hampshire. The River calmly winds its way through the facility, combining with lush green vegetation to create a truly relaxing atmosphere.
A favorite of competitive and recreational golfers, the course’s fairways stretch over varying elevation as mounds, bunkers, and the wind work together to challenge players. Named “Best in State” two years in a row by Golf Digest, Bretwood has hosted several professional events, including the North Atlantic Pro Tour and the New England Pro Tour.
Make plans to visit New Hampshire, and when you do, be sure to bring your clubs along for the journey. Spring and summer in New Hampshire can yield unmatched golf outings, and the Derryfield Golf Course is one of the premier destinations for such an adventure – visit Manchester and book a tee time.
Derryfield Golf Course is part of the Derryfield Country Club, but it is open to the public. It's 18 holes that play to a sprawling 6,117 yards and a par of 70. Derryfield GC has a course rating of 69.0 and a slope rating of 126. It opened in 1932, and you can find it along Mammoth Road and Bridge Street.
New Hampshire is home to a wealth of impressive sites, must-see attractions, and can't-miss activities. From the best kid-friendly attractions, to the very best and unique roadside attractions, New Hampshire always aims to please. Plan your next visit and bring your clubs – you'll want to play a round over at the Exeter Golf Course.
Found within the Exeter Country Club, the Exeter Golf Course is a charming, nine-hole executive course found just west of Hampton. You can access this course easily from State Route 101. It plays to a length of 2,721 yards, and has a slope rating of 117. Play a quick round or double up for a full 18 holes.
Across New Hampshire you'll find a wide range of excellent and must-play golf courses. Spring and summer can yield top-notch golf outings, and when you visit Portsmouth, be sure to play the very impressive Pease Golf Course. Found just west of downtown Portsmouth, and bordering the southern ridge of Portsmouth International Airport, Pease GC features 27 unique holes to play.
Weaving and meandering through the lush forest land of eastern NH, Pease Golf Course features the Red Course, which is 18 holes and a par of 71 – all across 6,400 yards. The Blue Course at Pease is nine holes with a par of 36 – and if your arithmetic is correct, that should be 27 holes. Make the most of your time spent in Portsmouth.
Plan your next trip into New Hampshire and be sure you pack your clubs before you arrive. Though New Hampshire is home to a wide range of excellent must-see attractions and activities, one of the best things you can do in the state is play a round of golf. Few courses are as fun as Franconia's premier destination – Profile Golf Course.
Found just to the southeast of downtown Franconia along Interstate 93, Profile Golf Course is part of the Profile Golf Club – open to the public, this course is built in the Executive Style; nine impressive holes that weave in and out of the White Mountain National Forest. Book your tee time now and enjoy a quick round, or play through twice for a full 18.
Enjoy the exceptional spring and summer weather in New Hampshire with fun and challenging round of golf. Make plans to visit NH and stay in Waterville Valley, home of the Waterville Valley Golf Course. Easily found within the White Mountain National Forest along Boulder Path Road near the Waterville Valley Ski Area.
Waterville Valley GC is a nine-hole executive course which plays to a max of 2,404 yards – unless of course you play through twice for a full 18 holes. Waterville Valley GC opened in 1898, is open to the public, and features well-maintained blue grass fairways. Enjoy your time in Waterville Valley with a round of golf.