Golf

Our Courses Public Section

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OUR COURSES

The Quechee Club courses were originally designed by golf course architect, Geoffrey Cornish and restored in 2012,  following Tropical Storm Irene by the well-known, Brian Silva. Appropriately named Lakeland and Highland, each course offers a unique golf experience. The Lakeland course is well known for its panoramic views and holes that meander along the Ottauquechee River's edge. The Highland course offers more challenging play with varying hillside elevations.

Highland

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

Property Manager

Ken Lallier, CGCS

Superintendent

Brett Bailey

Yardage
Black Tee 6,840
Blue Tee 6,510
White Tee 6,175
Blue/White Tee 6,288
Green Tee - Ladies  5,395
Gold Tee - Ladies 4,852
Green/Gold - Ladies 5,026

 

Course Rating
Black Tee 72.7
Blue Tee 71.3
White Tee 70.2
Blue/White Tee 69.6
White/Green Tee 67.1
Green Tee 65.6
Green Tee - Ladies  71.2
Gold Tee - Ladies 68.7
Green/Gold - Ladies 70.0

 

Slope Ratings
Black Tee 134
Blue Tee 132
White Tee 130
Blue/White Tee 129
White/Green Tee 119
Green Tee 116
Green Tee - Ladies  124
Gold Tee - Ladies 120
Green/Gold - Ladies 26

 

Course Characteristics

  • Scenic with gently rolling hills

  • Wider landing areas with many sidehill lies

  • Very difficult par 3's

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Lakeland

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

Property Manager

Ken Lallier, CGCS

Superintendent

Brett Bailey

Yardage
Black Tee 6,671
Blue Tee 6,243
Blue/White 6,028
White Tee 5,865
Green Tee 5,307
Gold Tees  4,899

 

Course Ratings
Black Tee 72.2
Blue Tee 69.8
Blue/White 68.9
White Tee 68.1
Green Tee 65.6
White/Green Tee 66.4
Green Tee - Ladies 70.8
Gold Tees - Ladies 69.7

 

Slope Ratings
Black Tee 131
Blue Tee 130
Blue/White Tee 125
White Tee 126
White/Green Tee 121
Green Tee 117
Green Tee - Ladies 130
Gold Tees - Ladies 126
Green/Gold Tees - Ladies 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 shots

Important Links

Lessons Public Section

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GOLF LESSONS

Whether you are a seasoned golf pro looking to perfect your game, or a beginner still on the practice tee, our Golf Professionals will help you advance in your game. 

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Tournaments Public Section

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TOURNAMENTS 

QLLC hosts dozens of tournamentseach year.  Hone your golf skills through friendly competition, make lasting friends, and enjoy the beautiful landscape.

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Golf Pro Shop Public Section

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GOLF PRO SHOP

The Quechee Club extends a warm welcome to you and your guests. Please take a moment to read about Golf course etiquette and the rules for golf cart use. Visit our Pro Shop page for more information.

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