Maplewood Golf Club
Previously known as Maplewood Casino & Country Club.
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Golf Advisor: Top Courses in New Hampshire
16th: This 614-yard par-6 can be reached in three strokes by long-hitters, and perhaps three stout shots by average players. The pin is visible, actually, in this slight zoom shot. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/22/2020
11th: Ross thought outside the box: this looks like a pitch-and-putt green, a mere 8 yards wide in its front lobe. My son, much to my alarm, hit the middle of the green from 163 yards. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/22/2020
9th: Terrific 361-yard downhill par-4, but its tiny green is still nearly impossible to drive for bombers. The scenery is more than acceptable. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/22/2020
6th: Ross infused genius into this uphill 4-par (view from behind hole). After travelling uphill 411 yards around the dogleg left, the elevated green—a mild-punchbowl—may seem the least of your worries. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/22/2020
3rd: Conclusion to a ‘driveable’ 4-par, if you can hit as long and straight as someone like Jason Dufner. The green is very small and features a declivity directly in front. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/22/2020
1st: Maplewood may have three signature holes, and this, I think, is one of them. It’s a straight but ever-tightening hole en route to this diminutive Ross green. Photo submitted by AptlyLinked on 06/22/2020
Photo submitted by EricTee on 07/27/2019
Photo submitted by bigpalm on 04/07/2015
Nice course, greens in great condition & very fast
Course was full but we still played in 4 hours, greens were fast and challenging due to slopes. Had a great time. I beat the 614 yard hole getting my first par 6 there. Will be back again..
Very scenic setting for a great round
Gorgeous setting. Interesting, undulating fairways. Not too many hazards. Not a ton of fairway variety. Was a bit of a drive, but the great round of golf made the trip worthwhile.
What the website and Golfnow didn’t tell us was that the greens were being aerated so some greens were unplayable and others were not really puttable. Probably wouldn’t have gone if that was known. Otherwise, the course was average.
Awful in every aspect.
Think of the worst public course you have played and just carry it over to this course. Pine straw fairways, small uneven tee boxes, the entire course is designed on the side of a mountain so all fairways are sloped so as to run off into what I assume is their rough. Very small greens, which are also sloped to coincide with the mountain. Poorly maintained, and the only interesting thing about this course is their par 6, which is not very challenging, straight away 3 shot to the green, which I eagled btw. Not sure how anyone could give this course a higher rating. Must be friends of the owners is all I can think of.
Old NH golf!
Lemme tell ya the greens here are lightening.
They all break toward the valley. Some fairways are pretty narrow calling for a long iron off the tee.
I’ve played here 10 or more times in the last 15 years and love the 16th, 614 yard par 6 hole. Yes that’s a par 6 hole.
Good take for good old New England golf.
Fairways were a little hard and bumpy but it’s still a fun place to play.
Donald Ross you devil
What a fun track track. Golf as it should be. The greens were magnificent, a real tribute to Donald Ross golf genius. I’m so happy the owners have kept the greens in such wonderful shape. I would have opted to walk in hindsight. Put this on your bucket list of Ross courses. A gem in Bethlehem nh
Donald Ross does it again!
This is of course you have to play twice or you pay the price! So much fun, so Donald Ross, and just gorgeous beautiful scenery.
Weather was ideal; course conditions were pretty awesome; the gal who greeted uls at check-in was really wonderful and kind; Jerry, afterwards, was there for us for a great cocktail - everything was clean, friendly, just right for our day of 18 holes.....had a great time....Will be travelling back one day from CT! thanks so much...a beautiful spot for us.....!
Absolutely loved the course. There are a lot of fun unique holes. The course plays very different from most VT/NH courses thanks to higher elevations and firm fast fairways, have fun hitting bombs off the tee!
Everyone should play here once. Like a course should be, you are rewarded for staying in the fairway. The rough is short enough you can find your ball, but long enough to make you go up a club. The lodge /pro shop is special and a must see. Built partially of stone with a massive turret, it is beautifully set against the Presidential Range.