Nippo Lake Golf Club

88 Stagecoach Rd
Barrington, NH 03825
Pro Shop:
603.664.7616
Restaurant:
603.664.2030
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Junior Membership

Junior members of Nippo Lake Golf Club, ages 17 and younger, are welcome to play golf anytime during the week. However, on Saturday and Sunday before 2:00 PM, they must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older. As always, tee times are highly recommended. 

Junior members are expected to dress in proper golf attire. PLEASE NO short-shorts, cut offs, muscle shirts, halter-tops, bathing suits or jeans of any kind. 

Compliments of the NHGA and the NHWGA, juniors up to 18 years of age do not have to pay for their Golf Handicap Index Number (GHIN). All Juniors are encouraged to post their scores and establish a GHIN. If you are unfamiliar with posting your scores please ask a member of the Pro Shop staff for help. The Junior League will begin Wednesday, July 6, 2016 with tee times beginning at 1:00 PM.  Children between the ages of 7 and 17 are invited to participate. 

Please pick up your registration form in the Pro Shop or click here to download the registration form from the Junior League Page.

NLGC JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP ESSAY SCHOLARSHIP
Every April, NLGC offers a Junior Yearly Membership to a student entering 6th to 12th grade the following fall. Each applicant is asked to write a 200 word essay in response to the following statement: "Beyond the pure pleasure of the game of golf, it also serves to build character traits. Some of these traits include integrity, honor, respect, courtesy, sportsmanship, confidence, honesty, perseverance and self-esteem. Select TWO of these traits and tell us how these character traits would be enhanced in you, through your experience at Nippo Lake Golf Club.

NATE SCHROEDER of Strafford is the winner of the 2016 Nippo Lake Junior Golf Membership Essay. Nate will be a junior at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy in the fall of 2016. In his essay, titled "A True Golfer", Nate discusses the traits of respect and confidence and believes that a single trait "changes a person on a golf course to a player of golf." He adds that "It is here that players learn to be confident in their swing, clubs and most importantly themselves." We look forward to seeing Nate sharpen his skills and traits on the course this year!