|White (W)||71||5412 yards||73.9||135|
|Red (W)||71||4632 yards||67.6||125|
|Gold (W)||71||4393 yards||66.2||125|
|Black M: 75.0/147||409||200||405||370||612||564||200||407||386||3553||426||432||199||315||160||544||391||339||405||3211||6764|
|Blue M: 71.0/142||357||146||343||312||551||508||183||373||356||3129||394||407||190||303||121||508||367||313||380||2983||6112|
|Blue/White M: 70.3/137||339||146||320||291||519||508||169||373||356||3021||394||387||155||303||121||443||367||313||380||2863||5884|
|White M: 68.6/130 W: 72.6/131||339||136||320||291||519||410||169||337||314||2835||369||387||155||223||121||443||320||246||355||2619||5454|
|White/Birch M: 66.9/129||296||136||320||291||450||410||110||337||314||2664||314||387||136||223||110||421||310||246||355||2502||5166|
|Birch M: 66.2/128 W: 70.4/126||296||130||287||286||450||404||110||317||315||2595||314||355||136||220||110||421||310||210||301||2377||4972|
|Birch/Green M: 64.8/127 W: 68.8/125||296||107||287||215||450||404||92||217||287||2355||314||355||131||168||73||421||310||210||299||2281||4636|
|Green M: 64.7/126 W: 67.6/124||302||107||301||215||450||404||92||217||287||2375||314||333||131||168||73||421||310||208||299||2257||4632|
|Gold M: 64.0/125 W: 66.2/123||301||106||261||214||423||403||91||216||286||2301||313||324||90||167||72||420||270||130||298||2084||4385|
New favorite course
I have been wanting to play this course for a while. Finally got there. I was warned to bring a lot of balls. Lost 6 or 7. Some tight fairways, lots of bends. Only used driver once.
New England’s Best Course
You knew you were in New Hampshire. Beautiful tee boxes, with breathtaking views. Fairways were well-kept and the greens were smooth and fast. Perfect conditions. There were no overlapping or side-by-side fairways. On some holes, you felt like your group was the only group on the course. Pace was very comfortable. Challenging for the good golfer, fun for the new golfer. Even though we had a golf cart, we still put 10,000 steps on the pedometers
Well maintained and marked course,,
Pocket your ego and you can score well here
Very tough when you first play it, but once you know it, you can score real good here. I hit the driver 225 and from the whites, i only hit driver on 5 holes. A challenging and very fun course.
The Shattuck is one of the most unique, picturesque and challenging courses you will ever play and i try to play it 1-2 times a year (more if i lived closer). Carved out of the woods in one of the most incredible settings - it is a thinking man's course where you do not hit driver on every hole. Over all, the course is in good shape. The greens were in good condition, but because of the 95+ heat, they were allowed to grow (and were a little slow), but they should be in fantastic condition for the rest of the summer. One suggestion: bring a range finder or GPS watch. Highly recommended for the serious golfer!
I work at a golf course in Mass. My job as a starter and player assistant on the course is to make players feel welcomed and happy to be there and hopefully return. The staff at Shattuck is a great example of what every course should be.
What a challenging course. Target golf here. Get some crazy bounces. Greens in great shape. Great views. Keep driver in the bag. Shot an 89 for my first time ever playing here. Will be back and will know how to play the course better now.
put away your ego
This course has nice views. You just can't hit a way with your driver. It took me to the 5th hole before I took my driver out. Trust you're line and hit the ball. The staff was very friendly and helpful I would play again when I'm in the area
Bring Your "A" Game!!
You can score on this course if you have patience & a decent iron game. My 3 iron got a lot of use off the tee. Hit to the markers when you can and it will save you a few strokes. the greens were a touch slow, but in nice shape.