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There are still more courses for you to discover up and down I-93, I’ve only named a few. And yes, there is still plenty of fantastic locations to hit the links around New Hampshire for a day trip or a stay n’ play instead of driving to different destinations. But when you start talking about travel golf in the Granite State, you should begin with the backbone of New Hampshire, which is Interstate 93. Currently under construction in numerous places, the highway will soon have a greater capacity for quicker, less congested travel. This means less time on the road, and more time to explore some of New Hampshire’s great golf courses. The best way to do just that is by signing up for the NHgolfer Tour Card! For more information on the NHgolfer Tour Card and how you can save hundreds of dollars on tee times at some of New Hampshire’s favorite courses and get bonus discounts at a number of great local businesses click HERE!
The Backbone of N.H. Golf
From the seacoast to the White Mountains to the Connecticut River, New Hampshire offers something for everyone in an array of both golf courses and scenery. But despite the wide variety of landscapes available, if you are planning a golf trip in the Granite State, there’s only one place you need to look before booking your tee times and accommodations, the I-93 corridor. If you were to travel through the state on Interstate 93, you will find over 20 courses located within 15 minutes from the highway. Considering that it would only take you about 3 hours to go from the top to the bottom (or vice-versa), this is a unique region for golf.
You can choose to stay in the southern part of the state and visit a variety of course types from Campbell’s Scottish Highlands to Passaconaway CC to Green Meadow, with its two contrasting courses, The Prairie and The Jungle. If you choose to travel north just a few miles, you’ll find local favorites such as The Derryfield Country Club and Pembroke Pines, which have both recently had some major renovations done to their courses. Take a drive further north to enjoy stunning scenery and beautiful mountain backdrops at places with some regional Native American names like the Mojalaki and Waukewan Golf Clubs. And for those willing to go for the long haul, you will be rewarded at Bretton Woods, where majestic Mount Washington will be in clear view for your round. A special experience for all who play there.