Larry Olmsted

Senior Contributor
Sep 4, 2020

How To Play Great Private Golf Clubs Without A Membership

Similar private club playing opportunities can increasingly be found all over the country, with or without lodging. Where I live in Northern New England there are not a lot of good daily fee courses to choose from, but there are a few excellent private clubs, including New Hampshire’s standout Montcalm Golf Club, one of the highest rated courses in the Granite State. For years Montcalm struggled to retain enough members under its original owner, but the club recently changed hands and the new owners have been welcoming both members and outside guests. I had never gotten to play Montcalm when it was totally private even though it had the reputation as the best course in my region, and attracts players from as far away as Boston, just over a 90-minute drive.

“I finally played Montcalm earlier this summer and loved it.” ~ Larry

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Training Facility

Montcalm Golf Club one of New England’s premier private facilities is proud to announce the Grand Opening of their new “Training Facility”.  Montcalm, a “Top Ten” Private facility was designed by renowned golf course architect George Sargent. George’s flair can now be witnessed as one of the most iconic training facilities in the northeast, with a view second to none. The dynamic setting is inclusive of 40 Full Swing natural grass hitting stations, 20 PGA Tour approved Turf Hound hitting stations, Bent grass Putting and Chipping greens, as well as beautifully groomed Practice Bunkers and Pitching areas. This new “Training Facility” coupled with Montcalm’s epic 18-holes of golf is truly be a “Must” experience golfer’s dream.

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