The Lake Sunapee region has a wide variety of public and private golf courses that can suit every taste and accommodate any skill level.
Baker Hill Golf Club
This private equity golf course has been rated by Golf Digest as the best in New Hampshire since 2005. Membership is limited to 225 members and there are no tee times. The pro shop, one of three restored barns from the farm, that originally stood on the land, is considered the most historic golf course building in the United States.
101 Baker Hill Road, Newbury
Country Club of New Hampshire
Seated below Mount Kearsarge, this 18 hole course was twice rated as one of the 75 best golf clubs in the United States. Dining and lodging facilities are located near the clubhouse.
Kearsarge Valley Rd, North Sutton
Eastman Golf Links
This 18 hole course is one of only three courses in New Hampshire rated 4 stars by the New England Golf Guide 2014. A PGA trained golf staff welcomes players to a peaceful and elegant atmosphere to play seven days a week. Junior players 7-15 are free with a paying adult, and juniors 16 and 17 are only $7 for 9 holes and $11 for 18; although, juniors are asked to play after 2 pm.
6 Clubhouse Lane, Grantham
Lake Sunapee Country Club
Designed by Donald Ross and recently restored, the course at LSCC is engaging and varied, yet fair. This is a private course; however, they do welcome qualified groups on certain play days.
289 Country Club Lane, New London
Newport Golf Club
A hidden gem carved into the land to form a natural layout creates a challenging 18 hole course with rivers, ponds, and forests to get in the way. 2 for 1 green fees on Thursdays!
112 Unity Rd, Newport
Twin Lake Villa
A nine hole, par three course with a winding brook and holes varying from 100-220 yards, the course is part of the multi-generational resort with other activities, lodgings, and a restaurant.
164 Twin Lake Villa Rd, New London