GOLF COURSES AND DISC GOLF
The spectacular grounds of New Hampshire's Mount Washington Resort features 18-hole and 9-hole championship golf courses, on the western flanks of NH's Presidential Mountain Range. Starting in the spring of 2007, the Mount Washington Course, originally designed by Donald Ross (1915), was caringly restored by Brian Silva, using Donald Ross' original plans. The Mount Washington Course reopened on August 1, 2008. For details and pricing visit Bretton Woods.
Eastman Golf Links is an 18 hole course home for a community of avid golfers and open to the public. Just off I-89 making it easily accessible. For details and pricing visit Eastman Golf Links.
Granite Gorge Ski Area
Granite Gorge Disc Golf operates as a pay-to-play course with 9 holes. Just pay $5 at the kiosk for unlimited play! For more details visit Granite Gorge.
Mount Sunapee Resort
Mount Sunapee’s 18 Hole Disc Golf Course winds its way in and out of the woods as it follows Province Trail down from the top of South Peak. Take the Clipper Ship chairlift to the top of South Peak where you will find the first tee box and work your way down the mountain. Discs designed especially for disc golf are available for rent. For details and pricing visit Mount Sunapee.
The Wild Goose Waters 18-hole Miniature Golf Course at Mount Sunapee is located at the base of the Adventure Park on South Peak. The course is open daily during the operating days of the Adventure Park. “Wild Goose Waters” is the Abenaki translation for “Sunapee”. Nine of the course holes are handicap accessible. For details and pricing visit Mount Sunapee.
Waterville Valley’s historic 9 hole golf course opened in 1898, making it one of the oldest in New Hampshire. A major renovation in 2005 retained the character and tradition of the 113-year-old course and created six spectacular new and redesigned holes. The par 30 layout with three par-4 holes provides a challenging golf experience for players of all abilities. For details and pricing visit Waterville Valley.