Apple Hill offers a par-three course to sharpen the approach game or a challenging 18-hole layout.
The championship par 71 layout has been ranked as a top five course by Golf Week magazine as one of America's best daily fee facilities.
Generous fairways and the option to run the ball onto every green are part of the reason that Candia Woods is called the "Friendliest Course in New Hampshire."
Architect Donald Ross designed the course's original 9-holes in the early 1900s, and nine holes designed by Brian Silva were constructed in 1999.
Exeter Country Club is a member-owned 9-hole course in one of New England's most picturesque towns. The club, founded in 1889, is USGA-listed as one of the 100 oldest in the nation.
Architect Phil Wogan designed a challenging par-70 golf course with a relatively level front nine and gentle rolling terrain back nine.
With its beautiful tree-lined fairways and well-placed sand traps, Kingston Fairways' 18-hole course provides a challenge for all golfers.
Rugged New England terrain underlies an attention-grabbing par-72 layout where you may be distracted at times by the spectacular vistas, the velvety course conditions and wildlif
"Golf in the Scottish tradition." Enjoy undulating bent grass fairways and greens surrounded by rolling dunes and scattered sand bunkers.
Pease Golf Course is a public course and was built in 1901 on the grounds of Lafayette Road (Langdon Farm) in Portsmouth. In 2000, a third nine-hole course was added to the original course.
The course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and plays along Great Bay for many of its holes. PCC is a semi-private course and offers green fee play daily.
Province Lake Golf Course winds through the woods and wraps around Province Lake, making it possible to the lake from 14 of its 18 holes.
Rockingham Country Club's links-style golf course is a challenge for all levels of golfer. Tiny greens test the best amateurs in the seacoast, the undulating fairways also test the average golfer.
Sagamore Spring Golf Club was one of the first 18-hole daily fee courses to open north of Boston, and to this day remains one of the best loved public courses in of New England.