59 Most Popular Public Golf Courses in Vermont
Vermont is a hidden golfer’s paradise, even though its best known as primarily known as a skiing destination. Playing in Burlington and around the green mountains have unbelievable views that make you wan to stop mid-swing. Although I’ve only played on a few of Vermont’s 59 public courses, the nature is pristine enough to always make me wan to come back for more. In this article, I’ll provide the highlights on Vermont’s top golfing spots (with a few of my personal favorites) as well as highlight a few courses I’m planning to tackle during my next visit. So, next time you’re thinking of a golf getaway, make sure you take a hard look at what Vermont has to offer.
Gleneagles Golf Course at the Equinox - Best Public Golf Course in Manchester
Designed by the renowned Walter Travis in 1926, Gleneagles Golf Course at the Equinox in Manchester, Vermont, is a classic 18-hole course with a par of 71. With a green and fairway both made of Bent Grass, the course offers a unique playing experience that is both challenging and enjoyable. The course is open from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM, with the earliest tee time also at 7:30 AM. Priced at $99, whether it's a weekday or a weekend, the course offers a fair deal for its historical and well-maintained grounds. However, it's worth noting that fivesomes are not allowed here. Lastly, with up to 999 bunkers, this course offers a test of skill that will enthrall golfers seeking a challenge.