World-Class Courses in New Hampshire

 
Pictured above: Concord Country Club

The Golf club of New England

The Golf Club of New England in Stratham is set amidst 450 acres of spectacular farmland, with rolling, tree-lined fairways, giant oak trees, old stone walls and tranquil streams creating a delightful atmosphere from a bygone era. Playing at more than 7,500 yards from the tips, this is a world-class course that will test the game of golfers of every skill level. Designed by Arnold Palmer, it served as host for the 2012 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship.

Concord Country Club

Founded in 1930, Concord Country Club plays 6,539 yards to a par 70 and demands strategy on nearly every hole. Golfers face par-3 holes measuring 210 yards and par 4’s that are only 300. There are five par-4 holes stretching to more than 400 yards and a par 5’s that measures 601.

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