In terms of scenery, the courses at Stowe and Mt. Snow the Crown Point Country Club in Weathersfield, the Mt. Anthony course in Bennington, Tater Hill near Londonderry, or the Alburg Country Club (http://www.alburggolflinks.com/) in the Lake Champlain Islands top the list.
If you're looking for challenge, Mt. Snow, Stratton's 27-hole course and the new Green Mountain National course in Killington, St. Johnsbury's incredible back nine, and Sugarbush's tough hills will test and sharpen any game. On the flip side, we've got over two dozen lovely nine-hole courses where you can golf at a leisurely pace, honing your game on gentle, forgiving fairways.
And for a great combination of scenery, challenge and assistance for those new to the sport, try The Jay Peak Championship Golf Course, voted the 2011 best public course in Vermont by Golf Week magazine.
Of course, the best part of golfing in Vermont is that after a round, you're surrounded by all the other things there are to do in Vermont. From exceptional dining to tennis, biking and swimming, taking in a concert or play, grabbing up flea market bargains and farmer's market produce, Vermont suits golfers - and their non-golfing families & friends - to a tee.
Vermont hosts more than 60 golf courses located throughout Vermont, for more information on where to find your next golf course check out our listing.
For more information on Golf in Vermont, visit the Vermont Golf Association's Website.