Golf in Portsmouth

Up to 52% Off Golf for Two or Four at Sanford Country Club

Sanford Country Club

South Sanford

$100 $49

The bentgrass course hosted two United States Golf Association Amateur qualifiers

Up to 78% Off a Card for 10 Rounds of Golf

Mass Tour Card

Multiple Locations

$450 $99

The pass grants golfers one round at 10 area courses, including Maplegate Country Club and The Bay Pointe Club

Up to 52% Off Golf Center One-Day Passes and Range Balls

Sun 'N Air Golf Center

Danvers

$31 $15

The facility is your playground as you practice chipping and putting or hone your shots at the driving range

Up to 65% Off from Tom Gillis Golf Instruction

Tom Gillis Golf Instruction

Wenham

$255 $99

Instructor with more than 25 years of experience helps students improve their golf swing and overall game

Up to 51% Off Indoor Golf or Batting-Cage Practice

Pappas Golf & Baseball

Chelmsford

$30 $15

Hit baseballs or softballs in a batting cage or polish your golf swing in lessons with a pro or a simulator with 230 virtual courses

Up to 51% Off Golf with Cart and Range Balls

Winchendon Golf Club

Winchendon

$87 $43

Course architect Donald Ross designed this 5,512-yard layout, which challenges golfers with narrow fairways framed by dense woodlands

45% Off Golf Lessons

Lighthouse Golf

Portland

$40 $22

Half-hour private golf lesson in the Lighthouse Golf indoor studio.

Up to 52% Off Virtual Golf at Chip Shots Bar & Grill

Chip Shots Bar & Grill

Littleton

$60 $29

PGA-licensed golf simulators project 29 real-life courses on two 10'x12' screens; menu of bar food such as nachos, pizza, and sandwiches

Up to 85% Off Golf Discount Cards

The Links Card

Online Deal

$215 $32

Card offers discounted green fees at over 130 courses in five states; MA, ME, VT, NH, NY, and includes cart

Up to 50% Off Golf Lessons

Jack Gale Golf Lessons

Boylston

$270 $148

New England PGA Teacher of the Year Jack Gale leads comprehensive lessons that include video analysis and equipment evaluation

Up to 58% Off Golf Lessons 

Jim Fenner Golf Professional

Multiple Locations

$100 $49

Seasoned golf ace Jim Fenner harnesses video swing analysis to address client-specific needs in lessons

Up to 51% Off Lessons at City Golf Boston

CityGolf Boston

Multiple Locations

$200 $99

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Year-round improvement with PGA instructors and video swing-analysis technology at three locations, including a downtown facility

60% Off Golf-Swing Analysis and Club Fitting

TaylorMade Performance Labs

TaylorMade Performance Lab at The International

$375 $150

TaylorMade professionals use latest technology to analyze golf swing and outfit golfers with the equipment that works best for their style

Up to 60% Off Golf Lessons

Rod's Golf Improvement Center

Rod's Golf Improvement Center

$50 $25

Whittle strokes off your average round with swing or on-course lessons; club evaluation ensures equipment matches swing and physique

Up to 69% Off Simulated Golf for Two or Four

OptiGolf

Middleton

$160 $50

7,000 square-foot center features nine simulators with 14-foot HD projections screens and a library of 85 championship courses

Up to 56% Off Private Golf Lessons

Rick DePamphilis NexLevel GoIf

Paradise Driving Range

$595 $259

PGA master pro analyzes students' swing tendencies with a variety of tools to develop correct form and course-management skills

Up to 36% Off Golf at Atlantic Country Club

Atlantic Country Club

Plymouth

$76 $49

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Bent-grass fairways and greens spread across tree-lined terrain make for challenging rounds of golf at acclaimed course

Up to 53% Off at Natick Golf Learning Center

Natick Golf Learning Center

Natick

$50 $25

Launch range balls from 75 artificial and natural grass hitting stations and polish chips and putts at the short game practice area

Select Local Merchants

Apple Hill Golf Club entices golfers of all abilities with a 27-hole tapestry weaved into rolling, New Hampshire woodlands. The club’s 18-hole course meanders across 6,184 yards of wide, bermuda grass fairways and bentgrass greens flanked by ponds that come into play on more than half of the holes. Those looking to hone their short game can tee it up on the nine-hole, par 3 course, an 800-yard layout that duffers can complete in an efficient 45 minutes, enabling them to squeeze in a session before dark or in time to drop off their 9-iron at soccer practice.

During the summer, PGA professional Steve Lundquist utilizes the multifaceted grounds to host a junior golf academy, which grants pupils free play on the par 3 course throughout the season. Along with a wide selection of clubs, balls, clothes, and shoes available for purchase, the club’s pro shop curbs appetites with fresh sandwiches, drinks, and hot dogs that can be braided together to form fully functional putters.

Championship Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 70 course
  • Length of 6,184 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 68.6 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 124 from the farthest tees
  • Three tee options
69 East Rd
East Kingston,
NH
US

Originally sculpted into the New Hampshire countryside in 1889, Exeter Country Club's nine-hole course stretches across 2,801 yards for a par 35 layout. Wreathed by waterways flowing south from the Great Bay, the course cools off clubbers and hot-tempered carts with seaside breezes that waft across the greens. Though consisting mostly of straight-ahead fairways, the course forces players to adjust at the fifth hole, a 365-yard par 4 where golfers must bend drives around a dramatic 90-degree dogleg left obscured by dense tree lines. Exeter Country Club's on-site restaurant, Grill on the Hill, awaits at the end of the ninth green, serving up a menu of American fare to quench appetites after a day of dedicated pin-hunting and scorecard falsification.

Course at a Glance:

  • 9-hole, par 35 course
  • Length of 2,801 yards from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 114 from the farthest tees
  • Link to scorecard
58 Jady Hill
Exeter,
NH
US

Wonder Mountain Family Fun Park sternly rebuffs boredom with two mini-golf courses and a challenging human maze. Adventurers can negotiate the twisting turns, dead ends, and elevated checkpoints of the Treasure Trap ($5/person for ages 5+) in less than 10 minutes to enter weekly drawings for cash and T-shirts or to outrun overzealous Pac-Men. Alternatively, opt for a round of mini golf ($10/adult; $8/senior or child ages 5–12) on one of two courses strewn with lush foliage, flowing waterfalls, and muttering streams. Send dimpled balls spinning across the Mountain Mania course, recently rebuilt with five new hole layouts, or test your mettle on the Nautical Nightmare course, whose challenging holes may be better suited for teens and adults than youngsters or those who depend on holes-in-one for life force.

270 Post Rd
Wells,
ME
US

OptiGolf, though absent the acreage necessary for a real golf course, still boasts some pretty impressive dimensions. The indoor studio replicates world-class golf on 14-foot HD projection screens capable of simulating everything from 300-yard drives to three-foot putts, with players using their own clubs. All nine of these simulators possesses a library of 85 championship courses. Plus they include training resources—such as video swing analysis and ball-flight tracking—,which are instrumental during private lessons conducted by director of instruction Phil Cornetta.

The ping of flush drives may echo throughout the 7,000-square-foot center, but golf is not the only thing on the menu. Balls veer towards pockets on a pool table, six draft beers and top-shelf liquors wet whistles or clean sullied grooves on wedges, and free wireless Internet keeps the entire complex connected.

220 S Main St.
Middleton,
MA
US

On May 29, 1970, the first drive flew down the fairway of the first hole at Manchester Country Club and came to a stop on the carpet-like fairways that would become its trademark. Though the front nine had only just been completed and the back nine still needed some work, Opening Day at Manchester Country Club proved an auspicious beginning for the club. It represented the collective efforts of the community, the local golf governing body, and a vanguard of early members who took a bet on the club in its infancy.

Today, the finished design first drawn up by architect Geoffrey Cornish still rolls through 165 acres of the Green Mountains, though in a slightly different form. The front nine remains intact, but the back nine has undergone some improvements over the years. A full renovation that incorporated 34 additional acres was completed in 2003, bringing the course up to its present length of nearly 6,800 yards. In addition to a lengthy golf course, the club boasts a golf shop, four Class-A PGA/LPGA Professional instructors, two clay tennis courts, and full service dining facilities.

Course at a Glance

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Total length of 6,789 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 73.2 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 138 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees
229 Beech St
Manchester Center,
VT
US

The ping of sharp line drives and towering drives echo over the grounds at Legends Golf, where athletes of all ages compete in rounds of miniature golf and hone swings in the batting cages or at the driving range.

Golf balls trickle down topsy-turvy tracks at the 18-hole miniature-golf course, which weaves through rock faces and tiny geysers that erupt with glee any time a player misses an easy putt. Eight target greens populate the 300-yard driving range, where new Wilson Staff Range Balls touch down after taking flight from 45 synthetic mats or 35 grass tees.

Under the vaulted roof of the batting cages, nine pitching machines send baseballs and softballs speeding toward hitters as they get the most out of every at bat and discreetly argue balls and strikes with imaginary umpires. To pass the time in between mini-golf rounds or during kids' golf lessons, guests can use Legends' wireless Internet connection free of charge.

18 Legends Dr
Hooksett,
NH
US