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UpCountry Golf Directory 2018

The Berkshires 18-hole courses

Bas Ridge Golf Course

Location: 151 Plunkett Ave., Hinsdale
Type: Public, with memberships available
Phone: 413-655-2605
Website: basridge.com
Par: 70
Yardage (back/front tees): 5,051/4,369
Course Rating: 65.8 (m), 65.9 (w)
Slope: 111 (m), 113 (w)
Greens Fees: Weekdays are $16 for 18 holes, $13 for 9. Seniors (over 60) are $13 for 18, $11 for 9. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays are $21 for 18 holes, $16 for 9. Any evening after 4 p.m. is $11.
Cart Fees: $12 for 18 holes and $6 for 9.
Range: No
Tee Time Policy: Call the pro shop
Teaching Professional: Gary Norton
Course Description: As the shortest regulation course in the county, this pretty layout is a favorite for recreational golfers — especially seniors — although there are plenty of holes that will challenge any level of player.

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Josh Shepard of Pittsfield, Mass., a former golf pro, works on his swing at the Cranwell driving range in Lenox. Photo: Ben Garver.

Cranwell Spa & Golf Resort

Location: 55 Lee Road, Lenox
Type: Resort, open to public with memberships available
Phone: 413-637-1364
Website: cranwell.com
Par: 69 (m), 71 (w)
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,039/4906
Course Rating: 70 (m), 72.1 (w)
Slope: 125 (m), 127 (w)
Greens Fees: Rates through June 30 and after September: Monday-Thursday, $39 for 18 holes, $31 for 9, $29 after 2 p.m. and 50 percent discount for juniors under 16. Friday-Sunday and holidays, $59 for 18 holes, $45 for 9, $39 after 2 p.m. Rates for July through September for Monday-Thursday are $59 for 18 holes and $39 after 3 p.m. From Friday-Sunday during summer, it’s $79 for 18 holes, $49 after 3 p.m.
Cart Fees: Cart fees are additional and optional in spring and fall seasons plus twilight hours. Cart rental is required on weekends and holidays in July and August prior to twilight hours. Carts are $20 for 18 holes and $14 for 9 holes and twilight.
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Call pro shop, during peak season, times can be made a week in advance
Golf Professional: Christopher A. Polidoro
Course Description: With narrow fairways and well-guarded greens, accuracy off the tee is far more important than distance. Some of the greens, especially on the back nine, slope dramatically from back to front. The course was built by Wayne Stiles and John Van Kleek in 1926.

Egremont Country Club

Location: 685 S. Egremont Road, Great Barrington
Type: Public, with memberships available
Phone: 413-528-4222
Website: egremontcountryclub.com
Par: 71
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,036/4,894
Course Rating: 67.7 (m), 68.1 (w)
Slope: 121 (m), 119 (w)
Greens Fees: Weekdays are $30 for 18 holes from 7 a.m.-4 p.m., $20 for 9 anytime and $18 twilight fee (after 4 p.m.). It’s $21 for seniors (65 and over Monday-Thursday). It’s $20 for 18 holes and $18 for 9 for juniors (14 and under). Weekends and holidays are $45 for 18 holes until 1 p.m., $30 after 1 p.m. and $20 after 5 p.m. It’s $35 for Berkshire County residents until 1 p.m, $20 for juniors. Weekend and holiday 9 holes are $32 until 1 p.m., $25 from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. and $18 for juniors (14 and under).
Cart Fees: $20 for a single rider or $44 for a full cart for 18 holes. $11/single rider or $22 for a full cart for 9 holes.
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Seven days in advance
General Manager: Frank Mazzarelli.
Teaching Professional: David Strawn
Course Description: Egremont has two distinctly different nines with the easier par-34 front featuring smaller greens than the final nine holes while the par-37 back is 694 yards longer and includes a challenging finish.

Pontoosuc Lake Country Club

Location: 38 Kirkwood Drive, Pittsfield
Type: Public with memberships available
Phone: 413-445-4217
Website: plcc.biz
Par: 70
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,207/5,240
Course Rating: 69.2 (m), 68.9 (w)
Slope: 122 (m), 111 (w)
Greens Fees: $10 for nine holes and $18 for 18 on weekdays. Seniors (62 and over) and juniors (18 and under) play for $15. $12 for nine holes and $20 for 18 on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Twilight fees (after 5 p.m.) are $14 on weekdays and $16 on weekends. (No credit cards. ATM available.)
Cart Fees: $8/single or $16/double for 9 holes; $12/single or $20/double for 18 holes.
Range: No
Tee Time Policy: Starting times on Friday-Sunday. For Monday-Thursday, it’s first-come, first-serve.
Head Professional: Bob Dastoli
Course Description: The course, which dates back to 1927 and underwent a full re-design under the guidance of Wayne Stiles in 1939, has tree-lined fairways that give it a true New England feel while at the same time featuring some fairways that have the look of a seaside links.

Skyline Country Club

Location: Route 7, Lanesborough
Par: 71
Type: Public, with memberships available
Phone: 413-445-5584
Website: skyline-cc.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,110/4,708
Course Rating: 67.3 (m), 66.9 (w)
Slope: 117 (m), 118 (w)
Greens Fees: Weekdays: Prices range from $14-15 walking and $20-$22 with cart depending on starting time for nine holes; prices range from $15-$22 walking and $25-$45 with cart for 18 holes depending on starting time. On weekends, prices range from $15-$17 depending on starting time walking and $20-24 riding for 9 holes. Prices range from $20-$25 walking and $30-39 riding for 18 holes.
Cart Fees: Reflected in prices above
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: One week in advance
Head Professional: Jim Mitus
Course Description: The Lanesborough layout offers plenty of elevation changes to challenge golfers — playing with a member can really help first-time visitors — and features gorgeous views of Pontoosuc Lake from atop the course.

Taconic Golf Club

Location: 19 Meacham St., Williamstown
Type: Semi-private, with memberships available
Phone: 413-458-3997
Website: taconicgolf.com
Par: 71
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,800/5,143
Course Rating: 73.5 (m), 80.1 (w)
Slope: 134 (m), 141 (w)
Greens Fees: $160, first time only, for unaccompanied guest and $60 for unaccompanied guest restart. $100 Tuesday and Thursday special (10 a.m.-noon) It’s $95 for Williams College alumnus/spouse, $110 for guest of alumnus, $70 guest with member, $95 for college employee/spouse, $110 for employee guest; $45 for 9 holes employee. It’s $40 for Williams students, $110 for student guests, $95 for a student’s parent, $110 for guest of student’s parent.
Cart Fees: Greens fees include cart
Range: No
Tee Time Policy: One week in advance
Head Professional: Josh Hillman
Course Description: Considered Wayne Stiles’ best work and recognized as one of the best courses in New England and top college courses in the nation, Taconic tests all facets of a golfer’s game while building to a spectacular climax with a string of great finishing holes.

Wahconah Country Club

Location: 20 Orchard Road, Dalton
Type: Public with memberships available.
Phone: 413-684-1333
Website: wahconahcc.com
Par: 71
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,558/5,431
Course Rating: 72.5 (m), 75.1 (w)
Slope: 135 (m), 128 (w)
Greens Fees: Shoulder season (opening to Friday before Memorial Day and Oct. 1 to close): Monday to Friday, it’s $55 for 18 holes, $35 for nine holes for public guests. Weekend and holiday rates for public guests are $65 for 18 holes and $40 for 9 holes. In-season rates (Friday before Memorial Day until Oct. 1). Monday to Friday, $70 for 18 holes and $45 for nine holes for public guests; weekends and holidays, it’s $80 for 18 holes and $50 for 9 holes.
Cart Fees: $40 per person for 18 holes, $25 for 9 holes.
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Call pro shop
Head Professional: Mark Duane and Jim Underdown
Course Description: The site of the final competitive tournament round played by the legendary Bobby Jones in 1948, Wahconah is a beautiful layout and features some of the county’s most challenging holes. The terrace overlooking the par-5 18th green offers a perfect setting annually for Wahconah’s popular Little Brown Jug best-ball tournament,

Waubeeka Golf Links

Location: 137 New Ashford Road, Williamstown
Type: Public, with memberships available
Website: waubeeka.com
Phone: 413-458-8355
Par: 71
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,229/4,878
Course Rating: 71 (m), 68.1 (w)
Slope: 124 (m), 112 ( m)
Greens Fees: Rates for 2018 were not available prior to publishing.
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Seven days in advance for public, eight days for members
Head Professional: Erik Tiele
Course Description: Blessed with spectacular views of Mount Greylock and also one of the county’s best-conditioned public layouts, Waubeeka received rave reviews from some of the state’s best amateur golfers when it hosted 2016’s Massachusetts Public Links Championship.

The Berkshires 9-hole courses

Donnybrook Country Club

Location: 775 Williamstown Road, Lanesborough
Type: Open to public with memberships available
Phone: 413-499-7888
Website: donnybrookgolf.com
Par: 36
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,676 for 18 holes/4,852
Course Rating: 72.4 (m), 72.2 (w)
Slope: 139 (m), 126 (w)
Greens Fees: Weekdays: Before 8 a.m. and at twilight, it’s $20 for 9 or 18 holes. Daytime primetime is $25 for 9 holes, $30 for 18. For weekends and holidays, before 7 a.m. and at twilight it’s $25 for 9 or 18 holes. In daytime primetime, it’s $30 for 9 holes and $35 for 18. Seniors (65+) get 10 percent off while juniors (15 and under) are 20 percent off.
Cart Fees: 9 holes: $10, 18 holes: $15
Range: No
Tee Time Policy: Call pro shop to set times
General Manager: Matt Kelly
Course Description: A fun course with elevation changes and beautiful scenery — check out the view from the back tee on the par-5 fifth hole — that offer golfers no shortage of playing options with huge teeing areas on most of the holes.

Forest Park Country Club

Location: 41 Forest Park Ave., Adams
Type: Open to public with memberships available
Phone: 413-743-3311
Website: forestparkadams.com
Par: 34
Yardage (back/front tees): 5,110 for 18 holes/4,216
Course Rating: 65.2 (m), 67.3 (w)
Slope: 118 (m); 115 (w)
Greens Fees: $15 for 9 holes, $20 for 18
Cart Fees: $15 for 9 holes, $27 for 18
Range: No
Tee Time Policy: First come, first serve
General Manager: John-Michael Bradbury
Superintendent: June Blaje
Course Description: Located at the base of Mount Greylock and founded in 1900, the Forest Park layout —an Alexander Lindley design — is relatively short course with rolling fairways that create plenty of uneven lies and small greens that will test anyone’s chipping and putting ability.

General Electric Athletic Association

Location: 303 Crane Ave., Pittsfield
Type: Open to public with memberships available
Phone: 413-443-5746
Par: 36
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,205 for 18 holes/5,274
Course Rating: 71 (m), 69.6 (w)
Slope: 113 (m), 109 (w)
Greens Fees: Rates for 2018 were not available prior to publishing.
Range: No
Tee Time Policy: Call pro shop to set times
Head Professional: Jay Abair
Course Description: Built in the 1930s for General Electric employees and executives, the course features some elevation changes — the steeply downhill second shot on the par-4 second hole is a prime example — and while all of the par 4s measure less than 400 yards, the 560-yard sixth hole is one of the county’s toughest par 5s.

Greenock Country Club

Location: 220 W. Park St., Lee
Type: Open to public with memberships available
Phone: 413-243-3323
Website: greenockcc.com
Par: 35 (m), 37 (w)
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,230 for 18 holes/5,258
Course Rating: 70 (m), 72.7 (w)
Slope: 123 (m), 126 (w)
Greens Fees: Spring Rates: Weekday guest rates $18 for 9 holes walking, $25 with a cart; $25 for 18 holes walking or $35 with a cart. Weekend and holiday with a member: $22 for 9 holes walking or $32 with a cart; $30 for 18 holes walking or $48 with a cart..
Cart Fees: Included in above pricing.
Course Description: Designed by the legendary Donald Ross, Greenock offers traditional old-school charm while challenging golfers with elevation changes on approach shots and challenging putting surfaces.

Worthington Golf Club

Location: 113 Ridge Road, Worthington
Type: Open to public with memberships available
Phone: 413-238-4464
Website: worthingtongolfclub.net
Par: 35
Yardage (back/front tees): 5,579 for 18 holes/5,165
Course Rating: 67.3 (m), 68.5 (w)
Slope: 120(m), 123 (w)
Greens Fees: Weekdays: $26 for 18 holes; $16 for 9 holes. Juniors under 18 play for free. Weekends: $32 for 18 holes, $20 for 9.
Cart Fees: $23 per rider for 18 holes, $53 per rider for 9.
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Call pro shop to set times
Head Professional: Francis Kringle
Course Description: This course is home to the highest hole in Massachusetts at an elevation of 1,700 feet.

The Berkshires Private Golf Clubs

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Berkshire Hills Country Club in Pittsfield, Mass. Photo: Gillian Jones.

Berkshire Hills Country Club

Location: 500 Benedict Road, Pittsfield
Type: 18 holes, private
Phone: 413-447-9429
Website: berkshirehillscc.com
Par: 72 (m), 73 (w)
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,780/5,458
Course Rating: 72.7 (m), 73.6 (w)
Slope: 135 (m), 132 (w)
Guest Policy: With a member, $35 for 18 holes on weekdays, $25 for 9, $45 for 18 holes on weekend. An unaccompanied guest can play for $90.
Head Professional: Mike Hillman
Range: Yes
Course Description: A challenging course that features a non-tradtional mix of holes for a par-72 layout — eight par-4 holes, five par 3s and five par 5s Berkshire Hills is the only course in the state totally designed by A.W. Tillinghast, whose masterpieces include U.S. Open venues Winged Foot and Bethpage Black.

Country Club of Pittsfield

Location: 639 South St., Pittsfield
Type: 18 holes, private
Phone: 413-447-8500
Website: ccpittsfield.org
Par: 71
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,395/4,987
Course Rating: 71.2 (m), 71.8 (w)
Slope: 132 (m), 120 (w)
Guest Policy: Guests playing 18 holes with members can play for $70 (cart not included).
Range: Yes
Head Professional: Eric Mabee
Course Description: Originally designed by Donald Ross in 1917 but now considered a Wayne Stiles course after his redesign work in the 1920s, the well-manicured layout features some major elevation changes and a golfer’s success will depend more on his accuracy and short game than how far he or she can hit it off the tee.

Stockbridge Golf Club

Location: 6A Main St., Stockbridge
Type: 18 holes, private
Phone: 413-298-3423
Website: stockbridgegc.com
Par: 71: (m), 73 (w)
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,567/5,344
Course Rating: 72.7 (m), 71.9 (w)
Slope: 129 (m) 122 (w).
Guest Policy: Guests must play with a member, although the club has an arrangement that allows play by those staying at some Stockbridge-area inns.
Range: Small practice area
Head Professional: Steve Mazzariello
Course Description: With smallish greens, relatively narrow fairways and the ever-present Housatonic River looming, Stockbridge isn’t overly long but has proven time and again to be an excellent test of golf. The course dates to 1895 and its Men’s InvItational — a four-ball event — is believed to be the longest continuous invitational team tournament in the nation.

Wyantenuck Country Club

Location: 46 West Sheffield Road, Great Barrington
Type: 18 holes, private
Par: 70 (m), 72 (w)
Phone: (413-528-3229
Website: wyantenuck.org
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,056/5,254
Course Rating: 71.2 (m), 71.6 (w)
Slope: 128 (m), 123(w)
Guest Policy: Guests must play with member
Range: Limited practice area
Head Professional: Tom Sullivan
Course Description: Highly praised by golfers who competed in the 2011 Massachusetts Amateur Championship, this Great Barrington gem isn’t long and offers generous driving areas but its undulating greens create difficult chips and confounding putts to those new to the course.

Southern Vermont Golf Courses

Bellows Falls Country Club

Location: 12 Country Club Road, Bellows Falls
Par: 35 (m), 36 (w)
Type: Nine-hole public course with memberships available
Phone: 802-463-9809
Website: bellowsfallscountryclub.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,014 for 18 holes/5,200
Course Rating: 68.6 (m), 75.1 (w)
Slope: 117 (m), 125 (w)
Greens Fees: $30 for 18 holes and $18 for nine for adults on weekdays; $22 for 18 holes and $16 for nine for juniors (16 and under) and seniors (65 and over). $33 for 18 holes and $22 for nine on weekends; $28 for 18 and $19 for nine for juniors and seniors. Only members and their guests can tee off before 10 a.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
Cart Fees: $18 for 18 holes for non-members and $15 for members; $12 for non-member and $10 for members for nine holes.
Range: No
Tee Time Policy: Reserved tee times are not required
Course Description: An excellent course for seniors and recreational golfers with all of the par-4 holes measuring less than 400 yards.

Mount Anthony Country Club

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Photo: Greg Nesbit for MACC

Location: 180 Country Club Road, Bennington
Type: Open to public
Phone: 802-447-7079
Website: www.mtanthonycc.com
Par: 71
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,497/5,892
Course Rating: 68.3 (m), 67.8 (w)
Slope: 121 (m), 117 (w)
Greens Fees: Monday-Thursday, 18 holes: $45 + tax; Friday-Sunday, 18 holes: $55 + tax; Monday-Thursday, 9 holes: $30 + tax; Friday-Sunday, 9 holes: $35 + tax
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Call Proshop to set up tee times: 802-447-7079
Head Professional: Jack Ralbovsky
Course Description: MACC welcomes you to experience Vermont golfing at its best in the heart of historic Bennington. Their 18 Hole, Par 71 Championship Golf Course has gone through a major renovation including the new shaping of bunkers and tee complexes. A systematic agronomic program is ongoing with all existing grass areas, fairways, and greens which results in superb turf quality. The golf course takes full advantage of the spectacular Green Mountain location and views and challenges players at every level.

Hermitage Golf Club

Please call to confirm this course has opened for the season.
Location: 70 Spyglass Drive, Wilmington
Type: Resort with memberships available
Phone: 802-464-8301
Website: hermitagegolfclub.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,549/5,393
Course Rating: 71.1 (m), 72.7 (w)
Slope: 128 (m), 134 (w)
Course Description: Designed by Desmond Muirhead, known as the “Picasso of Golf Course Architecture,” the course features natural rolling terrain and small undulating greens that are well-protected by bunkers. Stunning views of the Haystack Mountain Peak and the Green Mountains are plentiful.

Ekwanok Country Club

Location: 3262 Main St., Manchester
Par: 70
Type: Private
Phone: (802) 362-1774
Website: ekwanok.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,534/5,050
Course Rating: 71.6 (m), 128 (w)
Slope: 128 (m), 120 (w)
Greens Fees: Must play with a member.
Range: Yes
Head Professional: Tom Mackey
Course Description: Dating back to 1900, this Walter Travis and John Duncan Dunn-designed course isn’t long but it is very challenging, especially around and on the demanding putting surfaces. Named by Golf Digest as Vermont’s best course.

Stratton Mountain Golf

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Location: 5 Village Lodge Road, Stratton Mountain
Par: 72
Type: 27-hole resort course, open to public with memberships available
Phone: 800-787-2886
Website: stratton.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,107/5,495 (Lake/Mountain)
Course Rating: Forest/Lake, 71.3 (m), 71.7 (w); Lake/Mountain, 71.9 (m), 72.2 (w); Mountain-Forest, 71.8 (m), 71.5 (w)
Slope: Forest/Lake, 130 (m), 133 (w); Lake/Mountain 125 (m), 130 (w); Mountain-Forest, 127 (m), 129 (w)
Greens Fees: From May 12 until June 14 and from Sept. 17 to Oct. 4, Monday-Thursday, $64; Friday-Sunday, $79; From June 15 until Sept. 16, $74 and $99.
Cart Fees: Reflected in prices above
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Call 1-800-787-2886 to reserve times.
Head Professional: Mike Bailey
Course Description:  Golf Digest describes it as one of the top resort courses in New England. Three distinct nine hole layouts — Forest, Lake and Mountain — give you 27 reasons to play Stratton, a six-year LPGA Tour stop. Noted golf course architect Geoffrey Cornish took full advantage of natural contours, water and trees to create a challenging course. Elevate your game with a session at the renowned Stratton Golf School. Daily play, twilight rates, foursome specials plus memberships, discount cards and stay and play packages including Break 100 with two rounds of golf and a night of lodging for two, all for $99.

The Golf Club at Equinox

Location: 108 Union St., Manchester Village
Par: 71
Type: Resort with memberships available
Phone: 802-362-7880
Website: playequinox.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,423/5,082
Course Rating: 70.7 (m), 70.6 (w)
Slope: 128 (m), 129 (w)
Greens Fees: From opening day until May 24 and from Oct. 9 until closing rates on Monday through Thursday range from $59 to $89 and on Friday-Sunday from $89 to $109. Twilight fees (after 2 p.m.) range from $39 to $59 Monday-Thursday and $59 to $79 Friday-Sunday. Family golf (after 4 p.m.) ranges from $109-$119.
From May 25-Oct. 8, Monday-Thursday rates range from $79 and $119 and Friday-Sunday from $99 to $149. Twilight rates (after 3 p.m.) range from $59 to $89 Monday-Thursday and $69-$89 Friday-Sunday. Family golf (after 4 p.m.) is $119 Monday-Thursday and $129 Friday-Sunday.
Cart Fees: Reflected in prices above
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Can be made online or by calling the pro shop
Director of Golf: Craig Luckey.
Head Professional: Joan McDonald
Course Description: Ranked as a top-10 course in Vermont open to the public by several publications, Equinox mixes beautiful views with classic mountain golf, which means plenty of elevation changes and undulating greens.

Manchester Country Club

Location: 229 Beech St., Manchester Village
Par: 72
Type: Private
Phone: (802) 362-2233
Website: mccvt.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,829, 5,130
Course Rating: 73.0 (m), 71l0 (w)
Slope: 136 (m), 126 (w)
Greens Fees: Not available.
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Guests at area inns can get starting times through the inns.
Head Professional: Kevin Bennison
Course Description: Designed by Geoffrey Cornish in 1967 and renovated by Cornish and Steve Durkee in 2003, the course will test all aspects of your game and features an especially strong set of par-3 holes.

Stamford Valley Golf Course

Location: 194 The Lane, Stamford
Par: 36
Type: Nine-hole public course.
Phone: (802) 691-9144
Website: stamfordvalleygolf.com
Yardage (back tees): 2,995 for 9 holes
Course Rating: 68.2 (m), 64.5 (w) for 18 holes
Slope: 110 (m), 87 (w)
Greens Fees: $22 for 18 holes, $16 for nine.
Cart Fees: $16 per person for 18 holes, $8 for nine.
Range: No.
Tee Time Policy: Reservations are recommended but not required. Times can be made seven days in advance by calling the pro shop.
Course Description: A short course that features several driveable par-4 holes for the longer hitters. A great walking course and a fun course for seniors.

Brattleboro Country Club

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Kathy Brooks golfs at the Brattleboro Country Club in Brattleboro, Vt. Photo: Kayla Rice.

Location: 58 Senator Gannett Drive, 348 Upper Dummerston Road, Brattleboro
Par: 71
Type: Public with memberships available
Phone: 802-257-7380
Website: brattleborocountryclub.com
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,533/5,051
Course Rating: 71.8 (m), 70.0 (w)
Slope: 127 (m), 115 (w)
Greens Fees: Monday-Thursday: $45 for non-member for 18 holes, $30 for nine. Friday-Sunday: $55 for non-member for 18 holes, $36 for nine.
Cart Fees: $20 for non-member for 18 holes, $12 for nine. Brattleboro also offers GolfBoards, a one-person skateboard-style cart for $25 for 18 holes and $15 for nine.
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: One week in advance
Head Professional: Eric Sandstrum
Course Description: Winding around and through dense forests, Brattleboro is a challenging course with plenty of elevation changes to keep the golfer guessing.

Mount Snow Golf Course

Location: Country Club Drive, West Dover
Type: Public, with memberships available
Phone: 802-464-4254
Website: mtsnow.com/golf
Yardage (back/front tees): 6,943/5,384
Course Rating: 73.7 (m), 76.4 (w)
Slope: 129 (m), 143 (w)
Greens Fees: $54 with a cart for adults ages 18-64 for 18 holes Monday-Thursday; $42 for those ages 7-17 and 65 and over; $39 for nine holes for all ages with a cart. $39 for 18 holes walking. $39 for all golfers after 3 p.m.Special $29 rate on Wednesdays. $79 with a cart for all ages Friday-Sunday and $60 after 3 p.m.
Cart Fees: Reflected in prices above
Range: Yes
Tee Time Policy: Call the pro shop or book online at the
Head Professional: Matthew J. Conroy
Course Description: The two nines offer different experiences with the front nine more open with scenic expanses while the back nine winds through wooded terrain.The rolling fairways are relatively wide and the greens large. The course is 2,000 feet above sea level.

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