Situated 2,000 feet above sea level, the Killington Golf Course in Killington, Vermont is a par 72 Championship Golf Course and is one of the most beautiful golf destinations in the state. Noted architect Geoffrey Cornish was the mastermind behind this 6,186-yard course, which features unique terrain, snowmelt streams, and expansive vistas of the area’s signature green mountains. While playing, guests can enjoy a variety of amenities including a full-size retail pro shop, practice facility, on-course beverage cart and caddy shack, and much more – and it’s all just a short drive from GetAway Vacations! Here are a few reasons why the Killington Golf Course is a wonderful place to play.
What You’ll See at Killington Golf Course
With a 12,000 square-foot putting green and practice bunker, Killington Golf Course truly has something for everyone. Beginners can practice their swing with private lessons and multi-day golf schools, and those with more experience can enjoy a full season schedule of league nights and tournaments. After your game, head back to the Clubhouse Bar and Grill where you can enjoy delicious food, cool drinks, and indoor and outdoor seating. The course is open to the public May 28 through October 10, 2016, and guests can purchase a season pass or view daily rates online.
Other Great Places to Play
Green Mountain National Golf Course: Also located in Killington, Green Mountain features gently sloping fairways and generous landing areas that are ideal for experienced golfers and beginners alike. The course also offers practice facilities, a pro shop, an on-site grill, and breathtaking panoramic views, where century-old rock formations and rolling hills provide the perfect backdrop.
Okemo Golf Course: Situated in Ludlow, VT, Okemo Valley Country Club is an 18-hole championship course that features one-of-a-kind fairways and fresh mountain breezes. Guests can enjoy a variety of amenities including a 9,200-square-foot clubhouse and locker room, a full-service golf pro shop, and a 120-seat lounge and restaurant.
Jay Peak Golf Course: For a more casual atmosphere, head to the Jay Peak Resort Golf Course where you can enjoy an 18-hole round with a cart for just $50. The course also offers golf instruction and private lessons, so those new to the sport can learn to play like a pro.
Stratton Golf Course: Established in 1964, Stratton’s historic golf club has hosted six LPGA tour events and has a challenging course that features a 27-hole layout, comprised of forest, lake, and mountain nines.
Mount Snow Golf Course: With 18 holes and 6,943 yards of scenic mountain golf opens, Mount Snow Golf Club is a great place to tee off. The course was named one of the top 5 in the state by Golf Magazine and provides an expansive front nine and challenging back nine that winds through the wooded terrain.
Come Home to GetAway Vacations!
After a few rounds at Killington Golf Course, head back to one of our Killington vacation rentals where you can relax and unwind in the heart of the Green Mountains! Our beautiful homes feature a wide variety of amenities for guests to enjoy, including large, comfortable bedrooms, modern kitchen and living areas, and close proximity to all of the best golf courses in the area. We can’t wait to see you in VT!
While Vermont has some of the finest golf courses in the Northeast, none can match the beauty and design of the Green Mountain National Golf Course in Killington. Ranked Number 1 public golf course in all of Vermont by both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, the course is a must play. The course’s unique layout allows for a great experience for golfers of all ability levels.
The Green Mountain National Golf Course is unlike any other. It distinguishes itself from other courses with its distinctive design features. Every hole is an entity unto itself. Each hole possesses its own challenges and variations, making for a unique game play. The 18-hole course, generously carved out of the Green Mountains, offers solitude and a private golf experience that will simultaneously challenge and delight.
The course provides…
Mountain Views At All Times
Set in the mountains, Green Mountain National Golf Course is only a short distance away from the Killington Ski Resort, the mountains are in view at all times on the course. Take in the view of centuries old rock formations carved by the glaciers as you are awed by the panoramic mountain views from a spectacular setting.
Gently Sloping Fairways
Gently sloping fairways that feature generous landing areas in combination with unique changes in elevation provide for an enjoyable game for all skills sets, while rolling green hills provide natural beauty. Click here for detailed descriptions of each hole.
Distinctive Changes in Elevation
The landscape of the Green Mountain National Golf Course makes for a great round of golf. With hills, doglegs and shots over water, each hole is completely different from the next. There are elevated tee boxes on many of the holes providing great views of the mountains around you. The changes in elevation not only offer spectacular views of your surroundings, but also makes this course a true shotmaking challenge.
Private and Semi Private Lessons
The golf professionals at Green Mountain National Golf Course welcome the opportunity to help guests improve their golf skills and game. They find fulfillment in assisting golfers reach their specific performance goals. The course offers weekly instructional clinics and programs as well as private and semi private lessons. Speak with one of the pros today about participating in some of these lessons during your next visit.
Exceptional Practice Facilities
In addition to these lessons and help clinics, Green Mountain National Golf Course, unlike most other golf courses, offers a full-size driving range, an incredible short game area and a large putting green to help fine tune your golf skills. Click here to find out more about the practice facilities Green Mountain National Golf Course offers.
It’s been a great winter here in Killington, and despite the snow, Green Mountain National Golf Course will be open for golfers starting the beginning of May. We hope you’ll visit soon for the best spring skiing in the east and to enjoy the reopening of the Green Mountain National Golf Course. Remember, it’s never too early to book your next GetAway.