Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods

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Experience the historic Mount Pleasant Course and the Mount Washington Course at the Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods.

History can be found
everywhere in the rooms and on the courses at the Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, which has offered luxurious accommodations and golf vacations in the hills west of the magnificent Presidential Mountain Range for over 100 years. The resort’s earliest course is the
Mount Pleasant Course, which opened in the region in 1895. It was designed by Scottish golf course architect Alex Findlay, who also spent some time competing as a professional player. The Mount Pleasant Course has nine holes – par 35 and just over 3,000 yards of green – that have been played by guests and champions alike, including U.S. Pro Golfer Gilbert Nicholls, British Golf Champions Harry Vardon and J.W. Taylor, and U.S. Open Golf Champion Willie Anderson. The course was updated by Cornish & Silva Golf Course Architects, with advice from world-renowned golfers Gene Sarazen and Ken Venturi in 1989.

The second championship course is the Mount Washington Course. This is an 18-hole, par 72, 7,004-yard-course designed by legendary golf course architect Donald Ross. Ross was a Scottish-born immigrant who trained as a young man at St. Andrews in the 1890s. He then spent most of his career and life in the United States, where he designed many of the world’s championship courses during the Golden Age of Golf. His influence on the game and its architecture continues to this day, on his historic courses and on new courses his designs inspired. Since the completion of his Mount Washington Course in 1915, it has hosted four New Hampshire Opens and, recently, the New England Open Championship. It was restored in 2008 by architect Brian Silva, who updated the course and returned it to its original 1915 design. The hotel at Omni Mount Washington Resort opened in 1902 and was inducted into Historic Hotels of America in 1989.

Tip: Make sure to look up at the par five 11th hole and the par-3 Hole #5, which feature stunning views of Omni Mount Washington Hotel and surrounding mountains.


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