Country Club of Vermont is rated the #2 golf course in the state of Vermont by Golf Digest. With a small membership and limited outside play, the course provides a challenging but virtually private tour through the spectacular Vermont countryside. Sitting on over 200 acres, with no residential construction, travel between holes is minimal, yet each feels secluded, with little or no view of surrounding holes.
The visually imposing front nine is a "links" environment featuring the natural terrain's rolling hills, berms and splendid scenery. Players then go "into the woods", enjoying a back nine of tree-lined fairways, sparkling brooks and some challenging but equally beautiful mountain landscapes.
With six sets of tees per hole, the course is playable for golfers of all levels; the greater a player's ability and imagination, the greater the shot options and potential risks and rewards. At 6,788 yards from the "tips", the championship "Black" tees provide ample challenge for the low handicapper, demanding that every club in the bag be used.
To complete the experience, a dedicated professional grounds crew maintains the entire facility in absolutely pristine condition from opening through October's fall foliage.