About Baker Hill:
In early 1998, a group of ardent golfers gathered to discuss creating a championship golf course in the Lake Sunapee area. Land with rolling terrain and magnificent views was obtained, and Rees Jones designed what now stands as one of the best courses in the Northeast.
 
Baker Hill opened for play in 2001. The Club operates as a 501(c)(7) tax-exempt private golf club for the benefit of its members. It is owned by the members and is governed by a Board of Directors who are elected by the membership. Membership inquiries are welcome.
 
Baker Hill offers no tee times and is friendly to all skill levels with playing yardages from 4,300 to 7,200 yards.

 


Equity Membership Categories:
 
Family
The member and his/her immediate family are entitled to use all the Club’s facilities.
 

Individual
The member is entitled to use all the Club’s facilities.
 

Non-Equity Membership options:
 
Young Professional Membership
The Young Professional Membership is a non-equity membership program offered only to those families or individuals under the age of 40. Participants under this program are entitled to all benefits and responsibilities of the Club’s equity members other than the right to vote.
 

National Membership
National members are individual members who do not own or rent property, for a period exceeding 14 days, within 50 air miles from Baker Hill. This membership category is entitled to use all the Club’s facilities. Play is limited to after 11 am on Saturdays in July & August, and there are some restrictions for Club events & tournaments.

For more information, contact:  membership@bakerhill.org or Mark Ashton, General Manager, at 603-763-8900 x222 or at mark.ashton@bakerhill.org

For the current Membership Rates, please send an email to membership@bakerhill.org


Contact us:
Golf Shop - 603-763-8900 x290
Baker Hill Golf Club
101 Baker Hill Road
Newbury, NH  03255

 

Directions:
From north or south, follow Interstate 89 to Exit 11.  Go west on King Hill Road for 2.4 miles to route 103A.  Turn left and continue on 103A for 1.4 miles.  Turn left on Baker Hill Road.  The club is 0.6 miles on the right.