Best Public Golf Courses in Vermont
Vermont features land forms from gently rolling terrain in the Piedmont to mountainous regions influenced by the Green and Taconic Mountains and the lowlands in the Vermont and Champlain Valleys. Burlington is the largest city at 40,000+ in population while the state capitol Montpelier has less than 8,000 residents, so the majority of the population is concentrated in small villages scattered throughout the state.
The best public golf courses you can play in this guide and map for Vermont include the four season golf resorts of Jay Peak, Stowe Mountain Club, the classic, Equinox, and Killington Golf Course and Green Mountain National. This guide also profiles an abundance of stereotypical, New England golf courses in the small communities including Enosburg Falls, Tater Hill, the 9 hole, Montpelier Elks, and the St. Johnsbury CC to name just a few.