The Wayne Stiles-Steve Durkee design offers golfers the best of all possible worlds--variety as well as challenge, in a routing that skillfully blends short and long holes, elevated tee shots and daunting uphill treks, one potentially drivable par-4 and exciting par-3s, all in routinely superb conditioning in the wooded beauty of Vermont. Playing at Brattleboro will reveal why the club has hosted numerous state championship tournaments for men and women, as well as qualifying rounds for the USGA Men’s Amateur and the USGA Men’s Senior Amateur.
“Just 15 minutes from the MA border, this former nine-holer designed by Wayne Stiles was expanded in 2000 to include 10 fresh holes from native son architect Steve Durkee; the blend of old and new has become increasingly seamless in the ensuing decade…
the presence of an extensive practice range… make it a place to stop during a trip up north.”
-- Zagat America’s Top Golf Courses
“The front nine…has some opportunities for scoring and is certainly more contemporary, while the return trip offers some memorable long par fours….
Despite their distinct characters, the two nines blend together well into a cohesive, 6,533-yard track that is eminently walkable…”
--Tom Bedell, The Met Golfer