Vermont’s natural setting challenges golfers to rolling hills on course and frames scenic mountain views in the backdrop. With over 60 golf clubs located throughout the state, each with its own unique offering, you can find courses designed by Willie Park, Jr., Geoffrey Cornish, Mike Asmundson, Graham Cooke, and many more golf architects.
Many of Vermont’s well-known ski resorts double as golf resorts during the summer months. On-property lodging makes an all-inclusive golf vacation easy to plan, with plenty of things to do for the whole family including mini golf, frisbee golf, and FootGolf which is a style of golf played with soccer balls. In Vermont, you may golf on a mountain course in the morning and enjoy another 18 holes along the lake in the afternoon. Driving ranges throughout the state are a great place to work on your long game while pitch and putt and mini golf courses with family and friends can improve your short game.
Whether you’re looking for a one-on-one lesson with a pro, social round robin tournament, or interested in enlisting the kids in a summer camp, Vermont’s golf clubs offer many opportunities to learn and improve your golf game.