Outdoor Recreation


Seen from behind, a person swings a golf club while warm sunlight shines on the golf course.
Seen from behind, a person swings a golf club at a golf course while the sun reflects brightly in the distance.

Golfing the Greens

Vermont is a golfer’s paradise, offering a unique blend of stunning landscapes and top-notch courses. Nestled among rolling hills, lush forests, and serene lakes, Vermont’s natural setting challenges golfers with diverse course terrain and frames scenic mountain views in the backdrop. Each course boasts meticulously maintained greens and fairways, with distinct layouts that cater to all skill levels. With over 60 golf clubs located throughout the state, 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, golfing on a mountain course on one day and enjoying another 18 holes along the lake another.

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Find a Fairway

Vermont is home to 69 golf courses statewide, from the Richford Country Club next to the Canada border to Mount Anthony Country Club down south and everywhere in between. The Vermont Golf Association’s directory will help you plan your trip.

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