Bethlehem Country Club is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Bethlehem, New Hampshire.
Bethlehem Country Club golf course first opened for play in 1898 as a 9-hole course. By 1909, because of the tremendous success of the golf course, the Bethlehem Park Association commissioned a young Scottish architect, Donald Ross, to expand the course to 18 holes. The Bethlehem course was Ross's first design in New Hampshire.
The Town of Bethlehem purchased the course in 1949.
Bethlehem Country Club was designed in the days when hickory shafted clubs were the norm. At a little under 6000 yards, BCC is a relatively short layout when compared to some of today's 7200-yard monsters. However, the small "Rossian" greens with their challenging topography provided plenty of challenges for the novice and expert alike.
Bethlehem Country Club plays to a par of 70 and a maximum distance of 5,808 yards. The course rating is 68.2 and the slope rating is 114.
$31 (cart included), played on Tuesday, July 2011 at 8am
Nice layout, good condition. Greens were in great shape.
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