Discount – Save 15% on normal weekday (Monday thru Thursday) 18-hole greenfees at both Sagamore Golf Club in North Hampton, as well as at the original Sagamore Spring Golf Club in Lynnfield, Massachusetts! Also receive a free small range bucket when you purchase a large range bucket, OR purchase 3 mini golf rounds and get the fourth free at Sagamore Golf Center!
Dollar Discount – Save $6 on a full 18-hole round! Save $7 on a small range bucket at the driving range! Save $7 on a round of mini golf!
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The Green Alliance represents dozens of businesses, each of which tell their own unique “green story”. But few can tout green initiatives going back decades. Sagamore Golf Club is just that business.
Founded in 1929 by R.E. Luff in Lynnfield, Massachusetts, the original Sagamore Spring Golf Club was one of the first public golf courses ever in New England. After 33 years, R.E.’s son Richard opened a second location in North Hampton in 1962. Right off the bat, the younger Luff’s intention was to design and build a golf course using as few chemicals and hazardous materials as possible. In an era when every golf course saw it is as imperative to use any and every chemical possible to make their grounds more “competitive”, Sagamore has always used such measures as absolute last resorts.
Instead, Sagamore-Hampton makes use of all natural alternatives including soy bean seeds, granite dust, kelp, fisher mulch, and the like. According to owner Richard Luff, his course has seen much of the industry finally catch up with Sagamore’s long-standing ideal, providing more natural alternatives in the form of spreadable fertilizers.
In an effort to further improve the “green” quality of their grounds, Sagamore-Hampton has partnered with fellow GA Business Partner Purely Organic. Not only does Purely Organic supply much of the organic fertilizers and other materials for the course; they’ve also struck up a deal to render one hole completely organic, using absolutely no chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. According to Luff, if making that one hole completely green proves successful, Sagamore will pursue doing the same for the remaining 17 on the grounds.
On top of Sagamore’s flagship Lynnfield and North Hampton locations, the company also boasts a driving range, mini golf course, and one-hole practice center just down the road in North Hampton.
What makes us green?
- Goes out of their way to maintain greens and fairways using all natural products
- Partnering with Purely Organic on "One Hole Challenge", whereby the York-based organic lawn care company will render one hole at Sagamore Golf Club completely green. If that proves succesful, other holes will follow
- Offers some of the most affordable golf on the Seacoast, making them not only sustainability-minded, but sustainable on the wallet as well
- Have been using all natural methods since the 1970s, when the norm for the golf industry was heavy on chemicals
In the News
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- Sagamore welcomes families to put down their cell phones, play golf, and get to know each other again
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- Sagamore Welcomes Families to Play Golf and Get to Know Each Other Again
- Sagamore Hampton Golf Club installs wind turbine
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- Driving to the "green": one family's three generation journey to change the way you think about golf