27 HoleGolf


Pease golf course is always a great experience, no matter what your handicap.

Our beautiful 27 holes of leafy woodlands, streams, and manicured greens are visually stimulating, uniquely enjoyable, and suit all skill levels.

Pease Scorecard

Course Layout

Pease is a unique course for so many reasons. It’s the only course in the area that offers 27 different holes, and has the distinction of being the only course where planes land right before your eyes. Some might think this would be distracting, but it’s really quite incredible to be on the course and watch the Thunderbirds practice, or watch a huge C-130 Hercules or an A-10 Thunderbolt descend from the air onto the nearby runway.

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Green Fees

Compare our rates — they’re lower than our competitors, and we’re conveniently located just off Route 95. Advanced booking of tee times may now be done online! Click here to schedule a round of golf at Pease Golf Course.

Monday Through Thursday 18 Holes 9 Holes
Front & Back Nine Walking $35 $20
Front & Back Nine Riding $45 $30
Front Nine & Blue Course Walking(includes riding cart for Blue Course) $35
Front Nine & Blue Course Riding $45
Blue Course (includes riding cart) $30
Friday-Sunday & Holidays 18 Holes 9 Holes
Front & Back Nine Walking $35 $20
Front & Back Nine Riding $45 $30
Front Nine & Blue Course Walking(includes riding cart for Blue Course) $35
Front Nine & Blue Course Riding $45
Blue Course (includes riding cart) $30
Blue Course Early Bird 18 Holes 9 Holes
Open for first two hours 7 days a week (includes riding cart)
Seniors (65+) & Military** 18 Holes 9 Holes
Front & Back Nine Walking $30 $20
Front & Back Nine Riding $45 $30
Front Nine & Blue Course Walking(includes riding cart for Blue Course) $33
Front Nine & Blue Course Riding $43
Blue Course (includes riding cart) $25
Students (Full time college under 25 as of January 1, 2018**) 18 Holes 9 Holes
Front & Back Nine Walking $25 $20
Front & Back Nine Riding $40 $30
Front Nine & Blue Course Walking(includes riding cart for Blue Course) $28
Front Nine & Blue Course Riding $38
Blue Course (includes riding cart) $25
Juniors** 18 Holes 9 Holes
(Under the age of 19) Pay your age Pay your age

Summer rates apply May 1, through Columbus Day

** Rates available Monday through Thursday anytime, and after 1:00 pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.

Riding Cart 18 Holes (Per Player)
(Guests riding and not playing will be charged a full fee.
Riding Cart 9 Holes (Per Player)
(Guests riding and not playing will be charged a full fee.
3 – Wheel Push Cart 18 Holes $6
3 – Wheel Push Cart 9 Holes $4
Rental Clubs 18 Holes $30
Rental Clubs 9 Holes $20

Golf course closes everyday thirty minutes after sunset.

All players must be at least 6 years of age before they are allowed to be out on the golf courses. All players must have their own set of golf clubs to play on any of the three 9 hole courses. All rates subject to change.

Proper attire required:

  • No tank top / sleeveless shirts
  • No cut off or gym shorts
  • Appropriate length shorts
  • No jerseys


  • sleeveless tops must have a collar.
  • Shorts and skirts of appropriate length

**Rates not available until after 1:00 p.m. Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Holidays

**Jeans can be worn but must not have stains or holes
** Mandatory Soft Spikes


Golf Cart Policy:

Your patronage at Pease Golf Course (“PGC”) is truly appreciated.

It is the policy of PGC to restrict motorized golf cart traffic when weather or turf conditions warrant. This policy ensures that PGC can continue to provide the best possible playing conditions in the long term.

However, PGC recognizes the needs of disabled golfers who suffer from permanent walking impairments or other conditions that would make it impossible for them to enjoy the golf course with restrictions on golf cart use.

Golfers with disabilities will be asked to identify themselves to PGC management personnel. If there is a reasonable belief that a golfer may not be disabled by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it is legally permissible for management to request proof of a disability, such as a government-issued permanent disabled car placard or other identifying information which may reasonably be accepted as valid.

Management will provide golfers covered by the ADA with a separate golf cart identifying placard. This will allow disabled golfers to only leave and return to the cart path at designated points on each hole. Please address any concerns you may have in connection with this policy to PGC management personnel.

Please understand that when golf carts are operated off of designated paths, that such off the path operations may adversely affect turf and soil, as well as playability. PGC appreciates your cooperation in using care and exercising good judgement.

Any use of golf carts off the cart path will be at the sole risk of the golfer, and any problems injuries resulting from such use are the golfer’s responsibility. For safety reasons PGC strongly discourages the use of golf carts on severe slopes or through tall grass areas. Natural, unmowed areas may be designated as environmentally sensitive and also present a fire hazard; please avoid these areas when operating a golf cart.

Course management reserves the right to restrict all golf cart traffic in instances when excessive heat, moisture stress, new turf, other related or maintenance-related conditions create extreme safety issues or would result in any cart traffic causing excessive turf damage. If at any time it is apparent these conditions might exist, PGC suggests calling ahead.

Violation of this policy may result in suspension of golf privileges.

PGC encourages and welcomes your suggestions and asks for your cooperation in providing accessibility and making your use of PGC a quality golf experience. If you have any questions, please contact PGC general manager at 803-433-1331.


At Pease, we know golf is not just about playing, it’s about improving your game. That’s why we offer an exceptional practice facility which includes one regulation size putting green, and one short game improvement area which includes space to practice full length chip shots, pitch shots, flop shots to an actual green, and a bunker to practice your sand game. Once you’ve mastered your short game, Pease Golf Course also has a 30,000 sq.ft manicured driving range practice tee to practice your full shots, or to get warmed up to play golf on our 27- hole course.

Driving Range Pricing

Small Bucket$6

Medium Bucket$10














PGA Tour

Get real with PGA TOUR Simulators. With more than 30 courses to play, the visually stunning simulators combine fun with the best in 3D graphics while keeping your game sharp by precisely measuring contact efficiency. Created by AboutGolf, one of the world’s leading golf simulator companies, the PGA TOUR Simulators calculate ball and club data, launch angle and distance and provides instant feedback. It doubles as one of the most precise club-fitting software programs in the industry. Keep your head in the game and your swing in a groove year round with the only simulator experience of its kind in northern New England.

Simulator Pricing

Mon thru Thu:

Early Bird tee off at 8:00 a.m. play up to 4 hours $22 per hour

$34 per hour
$20 per 1/2 hour

Fri thru Sun:

$39 per hour
$20 per 1/2 hour


Play & Save Packages

Platinum Club – 30 Hours       $780

Gold Club – 20 Hours                $540

Silver Club – 10 Hours              $275

Bronze Club – 5 Hours              $145


Simulator Hours

April 1 through October 21

Sun thru Thu: 8am – 8pm

Fri thru Sat: 8am – 8pm

October 22 through March 31

Sun thru Thu: 8am to 8:30pm

Fri thru Sat: 8am – 9:30pm


Call the golf shop at 603-433-1331 to book your tee time. Tee times are available up to 7 days in advance.

List of PGA Tour Simulator Courses

PGA Tour Simulator Winter Tournament Series



League is what you make it. League format is Match Play. League members will compete for a possible 18 points during their 9 hole match. Each hole is worth 2 points. If you win a hole outright you earn 2 points. In the event a hole is halved, each person will receive 1 point for that hole. Players will accumulate points each week for their team. The League Committee will establish standings based on those point totals.


At Pease Golf Course, we are dedicated to helping golfers improve and enjoy the game. We have experienced instructors proven to be able to help golfers of all skill levels play better golf and lower their scores. Our programs feature instruction on all aspects of game improvement including full swing, short game, course management, drills, physical conditioning and mental approach.

2018 Group Instruction

Junior Clinic Flyer 2018


Tim Riese, PGA Head Professional, started teaching golf in 1998, and has been influential in helping countless golfers rid themselves of swing flaws. When teaching, Tim’s main focus is to try and keep things simple, because many golfers get in trouble when they over think their swing, or try to implement things they have heard on TV, or read in magazines. Tim teaches individuals in private lessons, but also does group lessons.

Michael Jerram, PGA 1st Assistant Professional, grew up on the seacoast and found a passion for the game of golf as a junior member of Pease Golf Course. He enjoys the business, playing and teaching aspiring golfers of all skill levels. Please contact Michael if you are interested in booking a lesson in a private or group setting.

Schedule a Lesson


Booking your next outing at Pease is as easy as 1, 2, 3…
1) Give us a call.
2) Tell us what you want.
3) Enjoy the day.
It’s as easy as that. Our experienced tournament staff will assist you in all your arrangements so that you can relax and enjoy the day with your group. Whether you have a group of 12 or 200 we leave nothing to chance. With the only 27 hole facility on the Seacoast, Pease can offer a variety of tee times or shotgun starts on 9, 18 or all 27. So park your car, grab your clubs and have some fun.

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Jack Kelly is considered the man who brought golf to Portsmouth. In 1901, the land was purchased from Charlie Hayes Dairy Farm and the top 9 holes were designed by Alexander Findlay. It was then called Portsmouth Country Club. In July of 1929, approximately 90 additional acres were purchased, and a fellow named Stiles designed the bottom 9 which opened Memorial Day of 1931. Minor changes were made in 1956, when the Air Force acquired the land and changed the name to Pease Air Force Base Golf Course. In March of 1991, Pease A.F.B. closed and the Pease Development Authority of New Hampshire took over what is now called the Pease Golf Course. In 2000, a third nine-hole course was added to the original course. Many major alterations have been made since making it the ultimate gold venue on the Seacoast today.