The Country Club of New Hampshire

178 Kearsarge Road, North Sutton, N.H.

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Architect: William F. Mitchell

Terrain: Parkland / Wetlands

Type of Course: Semi-Private

Driving Range: Yes

Year Opened: 1957

Green Fee: flag in holeflag in hole

Par: 72

Lodging: Yes

Tel: 603-927-4246

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Magical in autumn


Dotted with ponds and bordered by hardwoods


One of the great walking courses you’ll ever play


You need to be clicking on all cylinders to compete here


Greens are frequently elevated and propped up between a pair of fluffy sand pillows


The scenic drama of the 10th hole unfolds like a tracking shot in a 50s Panavision spectacular


Bad enough you have to carry a distant stream off the tee at No. 18, you also have to play around a pine tree just to get that far


No need for synonyms: Tee shot requirement on No. 8 is nasty, nasty, nasty. But it’s the cleverly dispersed greenside bunkers which close the vise.


Someone’s taking a deep gulp on the 4th hole – you at the tee, or your ball if it fails to carry 180 yards from the back tee over a pond


Turfs require you to swing a little bit harder and putt a little firmer


Championship tee on No. 7 kind of off in a village green


Pretty course that sometimes ramps it up to gorgeous


No good will come from missing these greens long


Greens are large – and so are their breaks


Scorecard

Tee Station Yardage Slope Par Rating
Gold 6743 130 72.0
Blue 6117 123 69.8
Red 5114 120 69.4

Beyond The White Stakes

Brewskies Flying Goose Brewpub & Grille, Brewpub – New London (5.5 miles)
Fine Dining The Coach House Restaurant and New London Inn, New London American  (7 miles)
Worth a Detour The Fells, Newbury (10.8 miles)
Splash! Kezar Lake (3.1 miles)
Native Mike McMahon, Olympic Triathlon Coach

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