With two Donald Ross-designed golf courses close at hand, both rich with touches of old New England, any golfer will find them both challenging and charming.
Bethlehem Country Club
This historic course was designed by Donald Ross in 1909. At a little under 6000 yards, BCC is a relatively short layout when compared to some of today’s 7,200-yard monsters. However, the small “Rossian” greens with their challenging topography provided plenty of challenges for the novice and expert alike.
BCC has hosted tournaments for the NHPGA, NHGHA and NHWGA. Proud of their ability to offer a championship venue for the top levels of competition in our region, BCC remains the type of playable golf course that the novice and purely recreational golfer can feel comfortable on. Outstanding playing conditions on a traditional, timeless design make for a memorable golf experience at Bethlehem Country Club.
Maplewood Country Club
Established in 1914, The Maplewood is located in the shadow of Mt. Washington in the beautiful White Mountain countryside. Rich with old New England charm, the Donald Ross designed course features century old stonewalls and majestic trees lining the naturally contoured fairways. Complete with a pro shop, golfers lounge & outdoor deck, chipping & putting greens, and a driving range, the professional staff at Maplewood Country Club will make you feel at home in the relaxed surroundings. In addition the course features a rare par six which is over 650 yards long, demanding par threes and beautiful water holes that are challenging for any golfer.