Golf Course

Tee Off and Enjoy Spectacular Mountain Views

Perched above the quaint village of Jackson, New Hampshire lies one of New Hampshire's prettiest 9-hole golf courses. Converted from pasture land used by the hotel’s grazing livestock in the 1920s, the USGA-rated, par 32 golf course at The Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club winds its way along the Wildcat River and features elevated tees with spectacular mountain views from every hole.

Today, the course boasts a small pro shop, a beautiful driving range and is open to the public from May through late October. Our pro shop carries logo-wear, a limited supply of golf clubs, and golf balls (both new and “experienced”). Gas carts or pull carts are available for rent. The Driving Range provides practice areas for pitching, chipping, driving and sand lies. Purchase a full or half bucket of balls to use and perfect your game.

PGA-Certified Professional Bob McGraw and the Eagle Mountain House Golf Course were named one of Play Golf America's “Top 100 Performers” for their role in promoting Junior Golf, Family and Women's Golf. 

After your round, casual dining is available at the Eagle Landing Tavern or the Highfields dining room. Celebrate your round with a cold beverage on the hotel’s 280-foot wraparound veranda while enjoying spectacular views of the surrounding White Mountains.

Groups are welcome. Let us cater your next golf outing!

2014 greens fees

2014 Greens Fees:

Adult: $25
Junior: $15

Twilight: (after 3pm)

Midweek: $14
Weekend: $18

Electric Golf Cart: $10 pp ($20 for 2)

  • 2014 SEASONAL MEMBERSHIPS (LIMITED)

Single

Couple

Junior*

Family

  • Full Week Member

$525

$750

$135

$900

  • Midweek Member - Monday - Friday

$325

$550

$ 75

n/a

  • Driving Range Member - Includes unlimited access to driving range and use of range balls Mon-Fri Everyday

$125

$200

  • Corporate Member - FULL WEEK: $1500.00 or MIDWEEK: $1100.00

For established businesses. Includes greens fees for 4 employees per day, every day throughout the season

* Junior is 17 and under

Member discount for Electric Golf Carts: $7 per person ($14 for 2)

2014 Golf Membership Application Form

Instructional Programs

At “The Eagle” we realize that people learn in many different ways. It is our goal to provide a program that will help you feel comfortable and promote the learning process. We have come up with many different choices to cater to all types of individuals. Bob McGraw has been teaching golf since 1987 and has worked with all levels of players. He has been recognized by his peers as the NHPGA Junior Golf Leader in 1997, The Cape Cod PGA Junior Golf Leader in 2000, The Cape Cod PGA Teacher of the Year in 2002, and The NEPGA Junior Golf Leader in 2006. In 2011, The Eagle Mountain House and Golf Club and Bob were recognized by the PGA of America as one of Play Golf America’s Top 100 Performers for their efforts in growing the game. Bob is known for his patience with beginners and juniors but has also successfully coached players to win State and Regional championships. So whatever your age or ability level, he can help you to learn to play better.

These are the programs that will be offered in 2014:

Private Lessons (45 minutes)

Individual
Additional Person

$60
$20


 


Series Discount (5 Lessons)

Individual

$250

 


Group Clinics

June - August

$20 per class

(Thursday, & Saturday Mornings at 11 am

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Group Clinics will be offered Thursday and Saturday mornings and will cover the fundamentals of the short game (chipping and pitching) or the long game (irons and woods)

Individual clinics are offered at $20 per class. 

 


Two Hour Tune Ups (Saturdays in May)

$50 per person

Two-Hour Tune-ups will be offered in the spring season. The progression from the short game to the full swing will help students have a better understanding of how to build a technically sound golf swing.  The fee will be $50 per student.  

Saturdays 10:00 AM - 12:00  Classes willl be offered May 10, 17 and 24

FREE Clinics (Sundays in May, June and July)

FREE

In Conjunction with the PGA of America and the Play Golf America programs, Bob will be conducting free golf clinics at 1 pm on Sunday afternoons throughout the spring and summer. “Welcome to Golf” month occurs in May this year and we want to help new players feel welcome and give them the confidence to start playing the game. Women’s Golf Month takes place in June and the Sunday clinics will focus on the fundamentals needed to improve. During Family Golf Month in July, we will be conducting the free clinics on Sundays, targeting Family participation and once again focusing on the fundamentals. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate. For those of you that don’t have equipment we will provide clubs for you to borrow while you learn.

Play Golf America Clinics: Sunday from 1 – 2 pm: Free of Charge, No Limit

Welcome to Golf Month: May 11, 18, 25, (Targeting beginners and those who are returning to the game)

Women's Golf Month: June 8, 15, 22 (Targeting all women and girls)

Family Golf Month: July 13, 20, 27 (Targeting families young and old)

Don Ho League

This popular annual Spring & Fall golf league’s.  Membership is limited to a maximum of eleven teams of six players each per night. Play is scramble format with a shotgun start at 5:30 p.m. Teams that observe the proper attire of Hawaiian Shirts may deduct a stroke.

Results for each team will be posted online each week and in the Pro Shop
along with the weekly winners of the Men's and Ladies Longest Drive.

Starting dates for the Spring League are Tuesday May 13th, and Wednesday May 14th. The play will be for eight weeks.

Starting Dates for the Fall LEague are Tuesday August 26th and Wednesday August 27th.  The play will be for five weeks.

Here are the rules:

  • The customary Rules and Etiquette of Golf along with the Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club Rules and Policies should be observed at all times.
  • Scramble format that requires one drive to be used from each team member.
  • Each player hits or misses only once even if the team has less than six players.
  • Teams that observe the proper attire of Hawaiian Shirts may deduct a stroke.
  • Shotgun start at 5:00pm for fall season.
  • No alcohol on course.
  • The fee for the eight-week Spring league is $570 for the 6-player team or $95 for each individual.
  • The fee for the five-week fall league is $330 for the 6-player team or $55 for each individual.
  • Please park in the upper lot near or behind the Carriage House.
  • $16 electric cart rental not included, $8 per person
  • To enter: complete the registration form and return with full payment

2014 Up to Date Results

2014 Golf League Application Form

THURSDAY EAGLE LEAGUE

This is a new league for Thursday nights all season beginning Thursday May 15th. The play will be for 21 weeks through Thursday October 2nd.  Membership is limited to a maximum of eleven teams of six players each per night. Play is scramble format with a shotgun start at 5:30 p.m.

Results for each team will be posted online each week and in the Pro Shop

Here are the rules:

  • The customary Rules and Etiquette of Golf along with the Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club Rules and Policies should be observed at all times.
  • Scramble format that requires one drive to be used from each team member.
  • Each player hits or misses only once even if the team has less than six players.
  • Shotgun start at 5:00pm for fall season.
  • No alcohol on course.
  • The fee per week is $10 per person, and only payable for weeks attended
  • The Thursday Eagle LEague has a Social portion.  The cost is $75 for the season and entitles each member to one appetizer in the Tavern after each round.
  • Please park in the upper lot near or behind the Carriage House.
  • $16 electric cart rental not included, $8 per person
  • To enter: complete the registration form and return with full payment of the Social portion.

2014 Golf League Membership Form

Course Rules & Regulations

  • Must have a drivers license to operate carts
  • Golf shoes or sneakers required
  • No Pets
  • Yield to Pedestrians
  • USGA Rules Govern Play
  • Each player must have a bag
  • Foursomes maximum

Local Rules:
Hazards marked by red stakes or lines on
Holes 1, 2 & 4
Out of bounds marked by white stakes on 3, 4, 8 and stone walls on 6, 8 & 9.

Fairway Markers to Center of Green:
red - 100 yards  •  white - 150 yardsblue - 200 yards

Please Pay Attention to All Signs
Keep carts on path and observe the 90 degree rule
Keep carts out of restricted areas, avoid tees, greens and water soaked ground
Ball may be moved 2 club lengths from walls, pipes, fences and flower beds, no closer to the hole.

Golf Course Map & Scorecard

Course Rating:
9 Holes • Par 32 • 2145 Yards • Slope 102 • Rating 61.1
Pro Shop • Rentals Available • Carts • Driving Range

1st

 

Yardage: 270 (white tees) / 222 (red tees) • Par 4 • HCP 7
Further than it looks, this elevated tee is a great start to your Eagle adventure. Put this one on and you'll hear cheers from anyone watching. Just putt it in for the 'eagle'.

 

2nd

 

Yardage: 188 (white tees) / 133 (red tees) • Par 3 • HCP 13
Toughest par 3 on the course. Put it on or else... the beautiful Wildcat River is on the left and hazards are lurking all around the green.

 

3rd

 

Yardage: 331 (white tees) / 231 (red tees) • Par 4 • HCP 5
This elevated tee over the river is long but forgiving. Your approach shot is critical. Don't be too long or you'll need your beach wear.

 

 

 

 

4th

 

Yardage: 395 (white tees) / 275 (red tees) • Par 5 • HCP 1
This long par 5 will leave you with a blind approach over the hill. Watch out for the hazard on the fairway left and driving range on the right. Possible eagle if you are on in two.

 

 

 

 

5th

 

Yardage: 143 (white tees) / 128 (red tees) • Par 3 • HCP 17
A brook on the left, a river on the right and water in front of the green makes this a tricky par 3. Lay up or go for it!

 

 

 

 

6th

 

Yardage: 152 (white tees) / 102 (red tees) • Par 3 • HCP 11
Over the river and through the woods ... just make it over the river and avoid the woods and this hole could be yours.

 

 

 

 

7th

 

Yardage: 160 (white tees) / 97 (red tees) • Par 3 • HCP 15
A nice easy swing should have you putting for the bird. Don't be long or short, just be straight!

 

 

 

 

8th

 

Yardage: 188 (white tees) / 133 (red tees) • Par 3 • HCP 9
Try and keep it straight or left. Shots to the right could up as trout food.

 

 

 

 

9th

 

Yardage: 293 (white tees) / 218 (red tees) • Par 4 • HCP 3
This long, uphill fairway will certainly challenge any player. make the plateau, and you're half way home. Watch out for bunkers in front and to the right of this sloping and elevated green.

 

 

 

Eagle Mountain House Golf Videos

Aerial View of Eagle Mountain House and Golf Club

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