27 Hole Golf Experience

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

Practice Facility

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.

Driving Range

Once you’ve mastered your short game, take advantage of our 30,000 square foot manicured driving range and practice tee to fine-tune your full shots, or to get warmed up to play our 27- hole course.

Get Real with PGA Tour Simulators

Plan An Outing

Booking your next outing at Pease couldn’t be easier.


Experienced tournament staff assist with all your arrangements

Accommodate one dozen people or hundreds


Variety of tee times or shotgun starts

9, 18 or all 27 holes

2023 Pease Challenge

One of our signature events is the Pease Challenge, a 9-event tournament series with some great year end prizes for the highest point earners.


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. At that time, it was 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 golf venue on the Seacoast today.