North Haverhill, New Hampshire Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in North Haverhill, New Hampshire and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 4 golf courses within 20 miles of North Haverhill, including 4 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the North Haverhill area is the Sunset Hill Golf Course opened in 1897. The longest course is Lake Morey Resort, which is 6,024 yards. Lisbon Village Country Club is rated the best course near North Haverhill.

9 holes with a par of 36 (Public)
400 Clark Pond Rd
North Haverhill, NH 03774-4648
(603) 787-6564
1 mile from the center of North Haverhill. Write a Review Check Tee Times
9 holes over 2,179 yards with a par of 32 (Public)
150 Memorial Field
Bradford, VT 05033
(802) 222-5207
8 miles from the center of North Haverhill. Write a Review Check Tee Times
9 holes over 2,861 yards with a par of 36 (Public)
591 Bishop Rd
Lisbon, NH 03585-6612
(603) 838-6004
12 miles from the center of North Haverhill. Write a Review Check Tee Times
18 holes over 6,024 yards with a par of 70 (Public)
1 Clubhouse Rd
Fairlee, VT 05045-9805
(800) 423-1211
14 miles from the center of North Haverhill. Write a Review Check Tee Times
9 holes over 1,977 yards with a par of 33 (Public)
234 Sunset Hill Rd
Sugar Hill, NH 03586-4255
(800) 786-4455
15 miles from the center of North Haverhill. Write a Review Check Tee Times

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Uneven Lies: Downhill For downhill lies reposition your club and body so that your stance is parallel to the slope your ball is on
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