Golf Link Rd,
Dixville Notch, New Hampshire 03576
Office+1 (800) 255 0600 (toll free)
Pro shop+1 (603) 255 4961
Fax+1 (603) 255 4221
18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
9-hole executive Coashaukee course.
10 mi E of Colebrook / 114 mi NW of Portland, ME. (Balsams resort hotel is 1.7 mi SE of golf club).
The Balsams Grand Resort and its Panorama golf course CLOSED IN 2011. As at 2020, and despite various attempts to refinance, renovate and reopen the facilities, both the grand resort hotel and golf course remain closed.
[Original Where2Golf description]. The Panorama course at the Balsams Grand Resort is a well-rated and always popular layout. Signature greens and sloping fairways characterise the Panorama course, which was designed by Donald Ross in 1912. Almost a century later, the course continues to reward players with challenging play and incredible views into Vermont and Canada.
This tree-lined parkland course should not disappoint, with many attractive features and several excellent holes to enjoy. Plenty of golfing challenge, a well-crafted design and usually good upkeep all contribute to the appeal of this course. One to include on your play list if you are in the area.
Stay&Play at The Balsams: luxury onsite accommodation available, see Where2Stay section below.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends during golf season (May thru' Oct).
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
The Balsams is a grand hotel and ski resort that first opened in the late 1860s as the Dix House, a 25-room summer inn established by George Parsons. In 1895, it was acquired by Henry Hale, a Philadelphia inventor and industrialist. The resort was renamed The Balsams, and has been extended and augmented over time.
1000 Cold Spring Rd, Dixville, NH 03576
+1 (603) 255 4961Visit website
The historic Balsams Grand Resort hotel was closed in 2011 with major renovations planned for 2012. The resort and golf course have yet to reopen (as of 2020).
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