Jackson, New Hampshire Golf Courses

Below is our comprehensive list of golf courses in the Jackson, New Hampshire area. We list them by proximity to Jackson, including courses in neighboring cities. Award-winning golf courses are noted. Click on the course name to view more information on the course, including reviews and tournaments.

9 holes over 2,126 yards with a par of 32 (Public)
179 Carter Notch Rd
Jackson, NH 03846
(603) 383-9090
2 miles from the center of Jackson.
18 holes over 5,581 yards with a par of 70 (Public)
153 Route 16
Jackson, NH 03846-4417
(603) 383-9641
3 miles from the center of Jackson.
9 holes over 1,110 yards with a par of 27 (Private)
10 Clubhouse Rd
Glen, NH 03838
(603) 383-9074
5 miles from the center of Jackson.
18 holes over 6,659 yards with a par of 71 (Public)
76 Norcross Circle
North Conway, NH 03860
(603) 356-9391
10 miles from the center of Jackson.
9 holes over 3,025 yards with a par of 36 (Public)
87 Fairway Dr
North Conway, NH 03860
(800) 533-6301
12 miles from the center of Jackson.
18 holes (Public)
310 Mount Washington Hotel Rd
Bretton Woods, NH 03575-3098
(800) 258-0330
13 miles from the center of Jackson.
9 holes over 3,245 yards with a par of 35 (Public)
310 Mount Washington Hotel Rd
Bretton Woods, NH 03575-3098
(800) 258-0330
13 miles from the center of Jackson.
18 holes over 6,145 yards with a par of 70 (Public)
2 Main St
Gorham, NH 03581-1335
(603) 466-9468
14 miles from the center of Jackson.

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