Pembroke New Hampshire Golf Courses

Plausawa Valley Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Plausawa Valley Country Club -- challenging
Review by: Nelson Dionne The course consists of two very different nines, one 40 yrs, other 15 years old. The front is situated on farmland and is relatively open with water on five holes. The greens are large and receive shots well. The back nine meanders through wood and has the Saucook river coming into play on three holes. This part of the course depends on good shot-making as the course is narrower and requires shooting to exact areas of the greens, due to undulations and levels, The course features a treat to your eyes and is a pleasure to play, even if your score is not up to par. Generally, an enjoyable course to play.
From NH

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Rockingham Country Club -- golfing in new england
Review by: David for all the golfers in new england. when courses open in feb. and mar. right after winter they tend to be uncut and the ground can be frozen making for tough play. so all these golfers making comments on the conditions think before you write. like this guy eddie from berwick maine. i've played up there and the courses remind me of cow pastures.i'm sure the play is much better now that its june. so please give us local courses a brake on your comments when you don't know what your talking about.
From Portsmouth N.H.




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