53 Dublin Rd,
Jaffrey, New Hampshire 03452-5008
The Shattuck, carved from the granite foothills of Mt. Monadnock, is one of the most visually stunning golf courses you'll ever play. Course architect Brian Silva calls this "the most spectacular setting I've ever come across." (New England Golf Magazine, July/August 1991) Each hole is framed by forests of oak, birch and pine, shielding it from the view of other holes so you never feel crowded. It is, as one writer described it, "like 18 separate gems strung together in a perfect setting."
This is a course that lives in harmony with its surroundings, spanning acres of natural wetlands that serve not only as hazards to the golfer, but home to a wide variety of wildlife including mink, fox, deer, moose, beaver, otter and the great blue heron. The golf holes themselves stand in striking contrast to the woods and wetlands, with lush bent grass on every tee, fairway and green. What a joy it is to be able to spin a ball off a thick carpet of bent grass, watch it sail through the mountain air and bite into a firm but yielding green.