Dartmouth College Golf Getaway
Dartmouth College's oldest existing recreational and athletic facility, The Hanover Country Club, was built in 1899 as a 9-hole course measuring a total distance of 2100 yards with its longest hole a mere 318 yards. In 1995, Ron Prichard, golf architect known for his restoration of Donald Ross courses, modernized the course, creating four new holes and all new tees and greens. The result is a longer (6500 yards), safer, and more challenging course that invites golfers of all abilities. Most importantly, Hanover Country Club has maintained the personality that endears it to those who love the game.
The Inn's "Stay & Play Golf Package" includes luxury accommodations in one of the newly renovated guestrooms, breakfast for two in the Inn's casual restaurant, and a round of golf with cart on the 18-hole championship Hanover Country Club course. Golf package guests receive a welcome gift of a golf ball embossed with the Hanover Inn at Dartmouth logo.