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Londonderry Country Club
18-Hole (Public) This scenic course has water hazards or sand bunkers coming into play on every hole. The fairways are wide. The signature hole is #17, a 345-yard, par 4, requiring a tee shot over water, then an approach shot to a well-bunkered green. The 3,740-yard men's tee also has a...
 
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Lochmere Golf & Country Club
18-Hole (Semi-private) This course has the reputation of being "pristine." The fairways are narrow, and water hazards come into play on five holes. Some greens are elevated, and most of them are undulating. The ladies most difficult hole is #5, a 299-yard, par 4, requiring an approach shot over a pond...
 
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Dublin Lake Golf Club
9-Hole (Private) This very exclusive course features sloping terrain and fairways lined with pine trees. Wide, rolling fairways and small, fast greens make for a challenging round of golf, while views of majestic Mt. Madnock add a pleasing aesthetic. A brook, running throughout the layout, comes into play on several holes....
 
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Hale's Location Country Club
9-Hole (Resort) This very challenging course features tree-lined fairways and elevated greens. There are a few sand bunkers that can affect your shots, and water hazards come into play on many holes.
 
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Mount Washington Course at Mount Washington Hotel & Resort
27-Hole (Resort) This spectacular resort offers two excellent mountain courses. The Mount Washington Course was built on flat terrain and features some wide open holes. The fairways vary in width, and the greens are large and fast. The signature hole is #14, a 235-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot down...
 
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Maplewood Casino & Country Club
18-Hole (Semi-private) This scenic course features towering pines lining the fairways and a beautiful view of the Presidential Mountain Range. Hole #16 is a 651-yard, par 6. The course has water hazards coming into play on a few holes. The historic 34,000-square-foot clubhouse was restored in 1996 and now includes a...
 
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Lakeview Golf Club(laconia)
9-Hole (Semi-private) This excellent course provides many beautiful views of the mountains and surrounding countryside. The greens are fast, and the fairways are tree lined. There are water hazards that come into play on one hole.
 
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Breakfast Hill Golf Club
18-Hole (Public) Located approximately 50 miles north of Boston, Breakfast Hill Golf Club is constructed on a 175 acre 250 year-old New Hampshire farm. This Parkland style, par 71 course has rolling, tree lined fairways. The medium sized greens (average 4,000 square feet each) are challenging. The course tops out at...
 
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Kingswood Golf Club(wolfeboro)
18-Hole (Semi-private) This shotmaker's course has water hazards (five ponds and three creeks) coming into play on thirteen holes. The course was built on gently rolling hills and features sand bunkers on every hole. Tom Clark redesigned six holes in 1990.
 
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Countryside Golf Club(dunbarton)
9-Hole (Public) This scenic course provides many beautiful views of the mountains. The greens are undulating and moderately fast. The fairways are narrow and tree lined. There are water hazards that come into play on five holes.
 
 
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