Set into the hillside in Holderness, NH, the Highland Links Golf course may be short (1,485 yards) but it is a challenge to even the best golfers. Fairways are narrow so your best shorts are needed on every hole. Yet, Highland Links is a family style course. Relaxed and fun. For those who come to our area for the lakes and lots of boating but still want a round of golf, Highland Links is the perfect course. Very affordable, club rentals available and you can be in and out with 9 holes of excellent golf in less than two hours.
Lessons: For those seeking to learn the basics of golf or looking to improve their short game we offer both group and individual lessons.
The 9-hole “Highland Links Colony” course at the Highland Links Golf Club facility in Holderness, New Hampshire features 1,485 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 27 . The course rating is 29.5 and it has a slope rating of 97. Designed by (R) Joseph L. Clark, Sr., the Highland Links Colony golf course opened in 1950.
Highland Links to go 100% Organic
Under this new management company much is planned for the course including an exciting project to have the course become totally organic in its maintenance. No longer will any chemicals be used for fertilizer or pest control. While organic landscaping has been around for a few years and is gaining wide popularity for private residential grounds and some corporate campuses, it has not caught on with the Golf industry. Highland Links Golf Club is looking forward to being out front in this movement.
What Visitors are Saying
“Our foursome couldn’t get a tee time on short notice at White Mountain Country Club so we headed out Highland links, just a few miles north off the 175. Not too challenging, but great scenery and well maintained.” – C. Pencer
“Great 9 hole just West of Squam Lake. Family friendly.” – J. Hughes
“The goto driving range in the area. Affordable and relaxed atmosphere.” – James C.
“Some buddy’s from Plymouth State took me golfing for the first time last June. Had a fun afternoon, played the 9 hole twice. I expected everyone to be “stuffy”, but everyone was super patient with us….” – Jacob K.