$69 for an 18-Hole Round of Golf with Cart Rental on The Oaks Course (Up to $129 Value)
Course at a Glance:
- 18-hole, par 72 course
- Total length of 6,944 yards from the back tees
- Course rating of 73.5 from the back tees
- Course slope of 132 from the back tees
- Four sets of tees per hole<p>
The International Golf Club & Resort’s rates vary throughout the day.
The Fireplace Room at The International
The International combines 36 holes of world-class golf with exceptional cuisine from Chef Joseph Brenner, who plied his craft working for years alongside celebrity chef Todd English. Stationed in the middle of the courses’ 600 acres of evergreen forests, The Fireplace Room showcases Chef Brenner’s rotating menu of seasonally inspired international recipes made largely from local ingredients. Even the restaurant’s design showcases an appreciation of the seasons, with rows of windows and a patio capturing views of the surrounding forest. At night, the view improves as spotlights illuminate the evergreens.
However, the club's crown jewels are its pair of golf courses: The Pines, open to members only, and The Oaks, open to the public since May 2012. Originally sculpted into the landscape in 1957 and redesigned by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1972, The Pines course was ranked the second-hardest course in the country by Golf Digest in 2007. The Tom Fazio–designed The Oaks course affords panoramic views of the Nashua River Valley to complement its golfer-friendly course play.
Aside from golf, the resort also offers activities that range from snowshoeing to yoga, all available within its extensive facilities or through its proximity to local attractions.
95% of 676 customers recommend
“Played the Oaks course and didn't see another foursome so definitely had the private country club feel. Tees and fairways were in great shape, beautiful challenging...”
“Played the Oaks course and didn't see another foursome so definitely had the private country club feel. Tees and fairways were in great shape, beautiful challenging layout. Greens had just been aerated but they let us know that before booking the tee time and they still rolled pretty good. Great value will try to go back before the end of the season.”
“Sunset is the best time.”