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The following is a list of local Golf Courses, which are all semi-private.  
*Clicking on the logos will bring you directly to each clubs website.

Montaup Country Club
500 Anthony Road, Portsmouth | (401) 683-0955

Montaup Country Club is open year round for the die-hard golf enthusiast and is located in Portsmouth, RI. Close to historic Newport, Montaup Country Club is an 18 hole semi-private course. Our signature hole, the Par 5 16th overlooks scenic Mt. Hope Bay and Bridge. A fairly open, flat course with tricky winds results in a good test of shot-making ability.  The first three holes are considered by some, the toughest starting holes in Rhode Island. The first hole has water in front and to the right of the green, with out-of-bounds guarding the left side. 

Green Valley Golf Club
371 Union St., Portsmouth | (401) 842-0126    

 The Green Valley Country Club is an 18 hole championship course, located in picturesque Portsmouth, RI. Known as Newport area’s finest semi-private country club, it is open to the public.  Green Valley was founded in 1957 by Manuel “Manny” Raposa. Manny was the designer, construction foreman, night waterer, vegetable grower, redesigner, tree mover, superintendent, clubhouse vacuumer, flower propagator, the owner, and to everyone who worked for him, respectfully as “The Boss”. For more than 43 years he barely missed a day of work, and each day included new ideas, some were to be started, and some to be finished, some to be altered, and some still pending. They all focused on the dream he had for this special place.

Newport National Golf Club
324 Mitchell’s Lane, Middletown | (401) 848-9690

Newport National Golf Club, which started out as a 200-acre landscape nursery, is now deemed the “Number One Public Access Course in New England,” by New England Golf Monthly. Legendary golf architect Arthur Hills and his associate Drew Rogers designed the challenging 7,244 yard Orchard Course. The 18-hole links-style course sports sloping fairways, marshes, and strategically placed bunkers. The dramatic setting boasts views of the Atlantic Ocean and Sakonnet Passage, while challenging golfers with steady winds coming off of the Narragansett Bay. Newport National is reminiscent of courses in Ireland and the legendary Scottish links. Golfweek Magazine placed the course in the “Top Twenty New Courses in America” soon after it was completed.