Two of Vermont's Top Rated Courses

Highland

Dramatic Elevation Encourages Strategic Play


The Highland Course has the distinction of being in the top ten in the State of Vermont by Golf Digest. Playing just over 6,765 yards from the back tees, the Highland Course features a combination of gently rolling and elevated, tree-lined fairways, along with rock walls and bunkers.

Encircled in many areas by stands of trees, and defined by dramatic elevation changes from tee box to green on a variety of holes, this course encourages strategic play and accurate shooting. A number of side hill lies and panoramic views add to the challenge of staying focused and getting that low score.

Architect

Geoffrey Cornish - Restore - Brian Silva 2012

Superintendent

Ken Glick

Yardage
Black Tee
Blue Tee
White Tee
Blue/White
Green Tee - Ladies 
Gold Tee - Ladies
Green/Gold - Ladies 6,840
6,510
6,175
6,288
5,395
4,852
5,026
   
Par 72
   
Course Rating
Black Tees
Blue Tees
Blue/White
White Tees
Green Tees - Ladies 
Gold Tees - Ladies 
Green/Gold - Ladies  72.7
71.3
70.2
69.6
71.2
68.7
70.0
   
Slope Ratings
Black Tees
Blue Tees
Blue/White
White Tees
Green Tees - Ladies 
Gold Tees- Ladies 
Green/Gold - Ladies  134
132
130
129
124
120
126

  
Course Characteristics

Scenic with gently rolling hills

Wider landing areas with many sidehill lies

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Lakeland

A Challenging Course with Panoramic Views


The Lakeland Course measures approximately 6,570 yards from the back tees and presents more of a links-style design that incorporates trees, bunkers, and water features. A long stretch of the Ottauquechee River runs adjacent to the course, making ball placement and skillful course management key to a successful round.

Its rolling and generally wide fairways often allow your ball to gain extra distance off the tees. With a reputation for playing more easily than its sister course, this course may lead you to more birdies. Architect

Geoffrey Cornish - Restore - Brian Silva - 2012 Superintendent

Brett Bailey

Yardage

Black Tee
Blue Tee
Blue/White
White Tee
Green Tee
Gold Tees 

6,671
6,243
6,028
5,865
5,307
4,899

Par

72

Course Ratings

Black Tees
Blue Tees
Blue/White
White Tees
Green Tees
Gold Tees 

72.2
69.8
68.9
68.1
70.8
69.7

 
Slope Ratings

Black Tees
Blue Tees
Blue/White
White Tees
Green Tees
Gold Tees 

131
130
125
126
130
126

Course Characteristics

Meanders along river and ponds with water in play on 17 of 18 holes

Mostly flat terrain with tight landing areas that demand accurate tee shotsImportant LinksReserve a Tee Time
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