This Brian Silva design sits on converted farmland, and it will celebrate its 10th anniversary next July. The Sewall family of Greenland, N.H., has owned the property for more than 200 years, and they deployed 170 acres for this par-71 course that measures 6,492 yards from the back tees.
There are only two water hazards out here, but Brian Silva did a lot with the exposed rock and granite, said Nate Bridges, the golf pro. Weve hosted State Amateur qualifying and State Mid-Amateur qualifying. But we can accommodate every type of golfer.
The club also is hosting a unique promotion in May. The course is near Pease Air Terminal, where many US troops return from overseas deployment, and the Pease Greeters is a volunteer group that welcomes returning troops and gives departing ones a warm sendoff. On three Tuesdays in May (the 5th, 12th, and 26th), golfers who donate $10 in care packages for the troops can play golf for $20.