Francestown New Hampshire Golf Courses

Tory Pines Resort

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Tory Pines Resort -- Review of Tory Pines based on 12 years of play
Review by: Keith Tory Pines is a short but quite challenging and beautiful course featuring 2 difficult par 3s, very testing slanted greens, and scenic views. A friendly staff and non-crowded course make for a pleasant outing. (Tip: On most holes it pays to lay up just in front of the green as most greens slope back to front and can leave a tricky downhill putt if you go past the flag on your approach.) New ownership may turn this into a four star course soon.
From Deering, NH

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Rockingham Country Club -- ROCKINGHAM UPDATE
Review by: RICHARD W WILSON Recently,I checked out Rockingham Country Club on this website. A comment addressing the Rocks condition on March 27-04, one day after opening, was very disturbing. The comments called Rockingham a Par 3 cow pasture with green"s like gravel roads. First of all the Rock opened her doors on Mar-26-04 after what had been one of the worst NEW England winters in 25 years. Rockingham Superintentdent recalls Mar 27 and related the following: five of the regulation greens were closed do to winter conditions with temporary greens in effect. Furthermore the 4 remaining greens were not the greatest after a long hard winter. Rockingham is a regulation course not a par 3 or an Executive Course. I can tell you first hand, Rockingham Country Club has come light years over the past fifty years. Today she is one of the best kept courses in the state of N.H., thanks to a dedicated staff and ownership. Maybe the March assessment of the Rock was not totally accurate and somewhat premature by the gentleman from Maine. Come give this fine lady a second look. She has come a long way since those wet, cool days of March. I know you will find her an enjoyable experience from tee to green. R.W.WILSON Lifelong player at Rockingham Country Club