Golfing New England: Vermont

Stratton Mountain Golf Club

Rich in history and scenery, Stratton Mountain Golf Club opened in 1964 as a nine-hole course and now features a demanding 27 holes. Considered one of New England’s best resort courses, it has played host to six LPGA events. This Geoffrey Cornish design features three distinct nine-hole layouts called the Forest, the Lake and the Mountain courses. Each nine offers a stiff challenge in a truly breath-taking setting.

Montague Golf Club

Montague Golf Club in Randolph is the second oldest course in the state. Opened in 1913, it is a links-style course that features numerous holes bordering the White River. The front nine is lined by maple and pine trees, while the back nine opens up into a links course, with rolling fairways and tall heather. The adjacent Three Stallion Inn is one of the finest lodging/dining options in central Vermont.


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