Rutland Country Club

275 Grove St,

Rutland, Vermont 05701

  • Office

    +1 (802) 773 7061
  • Pro shop

    +1 (802) 773 3254
  • Golf pro

    Greg Nelson (PGA Professional)

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Undulating terrain - golf cart compulsory.

  • Surroundings:

    Woodland.

  • Designer:

    Original nine hole course designed by George Lowe (1902); extended to 18-holes by Wayne E. Stiles & John Van Kleek (1927).

Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Yards
6134
5761
5322
Par
70
70
71
SSS or slope
70.3
68.4
72.3

Location

Latitude:

43.626298

Longitude:

-72.986598

How to get there:

1.5 mi NW of Rutland centre.

Rutland Country Club

4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.

Est. 1897

Rutland Country Club is home to a well-rated and always popular golf course. This tree-lined parkland layout should not disappoint, with many attractive features and several excellent holes to enjoy. Plenty of golfing challenge, a well-crafted design and usually good upkeep all contribute to the appeal of this course. One to include on your play list if you are in the area.

List of courses: New England

Visitors

Who can play and when?

Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends during golf season (April thru' Oct).

Must book in advance.

Green fees

Visitor fee, 18-holes, peak rate in high season: Mon-Thur $72; Fri-Sun $87. Golf cart included.

Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].

Other information

Golf cart compulsory.

Practice facilities

Limited

Did you know?

In 1897, the Rutland Golf Club was incorporated and located on Clement Road in Rutland, Vermont. In 1901, members from that club looked for an alternative site for the club. They purchased the Baxter Farm and established the Rutland Country Club.

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