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7 Route 125
Kingston, NH  03848
United States
P: (603) 642-9977
Granite Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,543 yards | 127 slope

34.9 rating

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Granite Golf Course

The 18-hole "Granite" course at the Granite Fields Golf Club facility in Kingston, New Hampshire features 6,543 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 34.9 and it has a slope rating of 127. Designed by Jim Dufresne, the Granite golf course opened in 2005. Jim Dufresne manages the course as the Owner.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed August 25, 2013

Really rude. They locked everything up before I got done playing golf. Won't go back

Reviewed October 25, 2012

Reviewed July 11, 2011

Reviewed August 08, 2010

Pretty hard course for a high handicap...narrow and tough greens.. Not real crowded but groups teeing off to close together.. gruops hitting up and into to us all day.. No reason for this... Need to do a better job with the starter and pacing the tee offs.. Also to many mix walkers and riders... Not good on a weekend.. But the course was tough and kicked our butts...

Reviewed June 29, 2009

I live down the street so I play this course pretty frequently and I always have a great time. I usually play early weekend mornings and can finish around between 3.5 to 4 hours. They have some excellent specials for weekdays and weekends and for the money you can't beat the place. It has a few challenging holes and a relatively nice setup. Definitely would recommend to the average golfer.

Reviewed April 09, 2009

I play granite fields once a week during the golf season. Staff is always friendly. You will get a reminder if you venture off from the 90-degree rule. (Which you should.) Can be slow on weekends. Greens are hard and difficult to hold. I do like the course, it makes you think.

Reviewed September 20, 2008

Just finished playing a 6hr round of golf here so I had plenty of time to take in the beautiful scenery, and appreciate each hole. Seriously it is a very nice course with some challenging holes and fairly difficult undulating greens with a few devious flag placements at least on the day I went.

The incredibly slow play was due to 2 walking 4somes of older gentlemen that the Ranger refused to move along any quicker. He actually went as far to tell my riding 3some to speed things we were pulling up to the next tee with the grp in front of us still waiting to tee off(another riding 3some). For whatever reason he chose to target us and the grp in front of us and on one hole insisted we tee off with the previous grp within range of one of my playing partners who proceeded to drive the ball over them. He then scolded him saying he shouldn't have hit it if he knew he could hit it that far. Remember this is after him --demanding-- we tee off. Sheer craziness from him.

I doubt I'll return until next season. Hopefully by then they have a more competent ranger that keeps play moving and doesn't decide to target a grp of younger players while letting his buddies go at the slowest pace I have ever ever played.

Course = very nice and very good price
Ranger = Insane

Reviewed August 05, 2008

Played the course for the first time. Had mixed feelings because of the contrating reviews about conditions, clubhouse, staff etc. Sounds like some disgruntled players and former member. The course was in pretty good condition, rough was a bit too long and some crabgrass on the tees, but otherwise it was good for a public course. There are 4 target holes on the course that need to be played a few times in order to get the feel for where to hit. From the white tees the course is fairly short, but very playable, from the blue tees this course would be well above the average golfer's ability. Missed shots can be found with a half to a full shot penalty depending on how badly it was hit. I shot 75 and lost 2 balls and my son shot 95 and lost 2 balls, so I would say the course is challenging but fair. There were three staff members the day I played. Corey, the son of the owners, and the cart assistant were both extremely friendly and helpful. The ranger kept an eye on the adherence to the 90 degree rule, but was friendly and visable. The 'clubhouse' is more like a small warehouse, but it was clean, they sold hot dogs, candy drinks and no complaint there. Overall I would say the experience was very good. Great price, good golf (4 hour round) and friendly people.

Reviewed July 11, 2008

Terrible Terrible Terrible. Worse course I have been on, dry like the desert. Warehouse clubhouse with a counter and makeshift beer counter. 70+ yr old ranger went crazy when we went to play one more hole after 7pm thought he would take a stroke. Head elsewhere wonder why they have the good deals here they need all the help they can get. Watch out for old man ranger. Ive fallen and cant get up..

Reviewed June 27, 2008

I played this course last year. The course was in great shape. They have mid week rates that can't be beat (Monday 2 for $50.00 18 holes w/cart & Tues - Fri 2 for $60.00 18 holes w/cart) It's a challenging course but fun, lots of hazards but fair. No real club house but the people there were nice and course is well worth it. I highly recommend....Nice course @ a Great value

Reviewed April 28, 2008

No real clubhouse here. The best value in the Haverhill region. $60 For 2 people with 18 and a cart, can't beat that deal. As for the course, very tricky, not too long. There are a lot of holes where you have to carry water or a waste area. the 1st and 18th are very good holes. The 16th I think is a par 3 175 I think all over water to green that falls off into woods, very tricky hole. Day we went the greens were rock solid, almost like they hadn't been watered almost impossible to keep balls on the green. But overall a great value, will play again.

Reviewed April 06, 2008

A challenging course with a tough first hole.The best i have played.Nice greens.Bring a lot of balls if you are just a beginner.Lots of hazards.Yeah, i guess the first hole isnt really isnt that "tough" especially to an expert golfer like you hh but there are a couple of "tougher" ones in the back 9.The last two.Sounds like you had a bad experience and are really picky about golf courses and there amenities.The value is there here.There are pretentious golfers at every course.Sounds like you were the rude one here.I didnt smell anything,maybe it was your air that stunk up the course.

Reviewed March 05, 2008

As a member of this course last year, I got a true feel of what this course was about. I played more than 100 rounds through my membership and I don't plan on playing this course ever again. For amenities, there are none. The proshop consists of a cash register and nothing else. Difficult wise it must be the easiest course in Massachusetts. The "tough" first hole is a driveable 300 yard par 4. The course is in decent shape considering the groundscrew is given no money or tools to maintain the course. If they had the money to maintain the course, conditions still would only be average. There is no scenery, 1 man made pond and the whole course smells like it was built on a landfill. Value is decent if you check the specials, which was the reason I bought my membership. The course is full of hacks who steal your ball from the middle of the fairway. It takes 5 hours to play a round because everyone that has broken 130 thinks they're tiger woods and lines up putts like its the US Open. The owner and his wife are rude and self absorbed. Members are treated worse than the public. Not only would I never recommend this course, I'd warn people to stay away.

Reviewed September 24, 2007

Just played this course for the first time and was I surprised. This course is not only beautiful but it is also challenging. Plus you can’t beat the price, they were running a special for this time of year, $60 for a twosome with a cart. The course conditions were as good if not better than some of the private courses in the area. My wife and I are going to adopt this as our home course from now on. I have never played a better course especially at the price. If you have not played here you must. If you are a really good golfer you will be challenged and if you are not a good golfer you will have a great opportunity to really work on your game. This place will keep you honest and enhance your whole game.

Reviewed June 06, 2007

awesome course

love this course,it is beautiful and prices are actually fairly decent for what you are getting

Reviewed August 23, 2006

granite hills

an undiscovered gem


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Michael D. B. 20 42 22 11/10/12
2 FRANK M. 11 39 28 06/11/09
3 Jonathan D. 10 42 32 05/16/09
4 Michael D. 19 53 34 04/21/08
5 ben B. N/A 51 51 06/29/11
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About Granite Fields

Granite Fields Golf Club

Golf Only facility

8 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Granite Fields

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Course Staff

Jim Dufresne, Owner
Peter Vlahos, PGA, General Manager
Kevin Wade, Superintendent
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