Enfield, New Hampshire – In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Montcalm Golf Club is hosting Community events to showcase its premier, semi-private golf course in Enfield, NH. Its popular Community Days are back specific Tuesdays (May 16, 30, June 6 and 27) with a special rate of $80 which includes golf carts. The award-winning, top ranked course is also hosting Women’s Golf Day, Tuesday June 6 with tee times seven days in advance.
Women’s Golf Day is a unique, one-day sporting and community celebration event, uniting women, and girls across the globe for 24 hours and provides them an opportunity to enjoy outstanding panoramic mountain views of Killington, Vermont’s Green Mountains, and Mt. Ascutney and embrace the rolling hills of velvet fairways and greens.
Women’s Golf Day at Montcalm offers a reduced rate of $60 (with cart fees included) and in addition a morning clinic at 9:00 a.m. for a cost of $25 per person. Montcalm will join more than 1200 locations around the world to host Women’s Golf Day (WGD), now in its 7th year.
“Community is an important part of our Club’s outreach, so we welcome golfers from New Hampshire, Vermont, New England and beyond to experience Montcalm and embrace the natural beauty that surrounds us,” said Steve Rogers, Director of Golf Montcalm Golf Club. “Our Community Days provide an opportunity to sign up with friends or meet our members and make new friends and we are thrilled to host Women’s Golf Day and accommodate a surge in participation among women golfers.”
Those interested in participating at Community Days or in Women’s in Golf Day at Montcalm can make a day trip or if they live further away can reserve a Stay & Play package at nearby hotels and inns. The drive to Montcalm takes you through a beautiful setting in south central New Hampshire.
Montcalm is still accepting new members in 2023 and offers instruction and a women’s program (league and events).
Golf Digest recognized Montcalm Golf Club among the top-10 best new private courses in the U.S. in 2005, and the magazine acknowledged Montcalm again in 2007 as one of the best in New Hampshire.