This 36-hole course evolved over time. It started as a nine-holer in 1968, with the second nine added the following year. It grew to 27 holes in 1989, and the final nine was completed in 1995.
Weve had the New Hampshire Open here numerous times, said Matt Barrett, the club pro. The course can definitely be toughened up, but its a great public course because it has four sets of tees. Someone who shoots 100 or 110 can enjoy it as much as a single-digit player.
Golfers can get their fill of the game at a great rate because it costs just $52 on weekends to play all day ($76 with a cart). The weekday all you can play rate is $46.
We sometimes do a survey of the parking lot and see plates from Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, said Barrett. I think our price point allows people to come up and have a really good day of golf.