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Vermont may be known for its snow sports, but when winter ends and the snow melts, the green of Vermont's mountains is matched by the greens of its golf courses. Courses take advantage of the terrain and snowy runoff to add to the challenge. The scenic backdrops mean finishing 18 holes is an experience you'll appreciate no matter how you score.
Shelburne, a suburb of Vermont's largest city, Burlington, is home to the Kwiniaska Golf Club. You'll get views of Vermont's Green Mountains and New York's Adirondacks as you play. Semi-private Rutland Country Club, near Killington, is just one mile from the heart of downtown. The club-open to guests as well as members-is known for its restaurant with views of the course; perhaps enjoy a meal before your game and plan your strategy while you dine? When you don't have time for a full game, play a quick nine holes at Kirby Golf Course in Concord.
Plan for a day out on the course the next time you visit Vermont. Head for the southwestern region of the state and visit Rutland, home of the aptly named Rutland Golf Course. Whether you're a scratch golfer or you barely touch the clubs you borrowed from you neighbor, the Rutland Golf Course will yield a fun-filled day of pars, puts, and bunker shots.
Found along Grove Street within the Rutland Country Club – no to worry, the course is open for public play – the Rutland Golf Course is 18 lush and well-maintained holes that play to a par of 70. It features a max length of 6,134 yards, a slope rating of 125, and a course rating of 69.7. Rutland GC opened in 1901, and features bent grass greens. Book your tee time today.