Mt. Washington is in northern New Hampshire, and is a classic old hotel and four season resort. You don't have to be a guest at the hotel to play the courses here, but there's a slight discount They have an older 9 holer, built in 1891, which has been touched along the way by a variety of designers including Gene Sarazen, Ken Venturi, and more recently Brian Silva to finally restore the course. It's set along the Ammonoosuc River, and is a nice traditional course of 3500 yards, par 35. The 18 hole championship course was designed by Donald Ross in 1915, and is a par 71, 6638 yards, 118 slope from the back tees. It was restored by Brian Silva to its original design in 2008. The result was a lot of restoration of Ross's original plans, trees removed, bunkers returned to the Ross design,, and reconditioning of the small to mid-sized greens. Fantastic setting with Mt Washington in the background. Nice rolling land, challenging, yet not unfair course in a resort setting. A little expensive, but very well done, and cared for, and first class service.