Recreation ~ Golf ~ Tater Hill Country Club
Established in 1964 and designed by Don Warner, Tater Hill is one of the Northeast's most spectacular and picturesque courses, combining scenic mountain views with a championship 18-hole, par 72 course. Mike Higuera designed the back nine, which were added in 1995. Tater Hill is best known for having the longest front nine in the state, the superb quality of its greens, and the beautifully manicured gardens that encircle the clubhouse and fairways. The signature hole is #9, a 599-yard, par 5. The course was built on the site of one of New England's largest potato farms, dating back to the eighteenth century. The farmhouse was built in 1790, and is now part of the Tater Hill clubhouse, which offers lunch daily at The Grille Restaurant and has a full bar. Breakfast is also served Friday through Sunday. Tater Hill also has a fully-stocked Pro-Shop, a putting green and a chipping area.
Tater Hill Golf Pro: John Powlak
Hours: 8:00am - 6:00pm seven days a week
Greens Fees: Monday through Friday - $40.00 for 9-holes/$55.00 for 18 holes (20% weekday discount after 2 PM); Weekends and Holidays - $57.00 for 9-holes/$72.00 for 18-holes
Cart Cost: Included with greens fees
Pull Carts: $5.00
Club Rental: Yes - $20.00 for 18-holes
Dress Code: Proper dress required - collared shirts and no jeans or cutoffs
Shoes: Non-metal spikes or golf shoes only
Tee Times: Required; accepted only for weekend tee-times seven days in advance
Phone Number: 802-875-2517
What Others Have to Say...
Ranked 4th in "1997 Best of State"
"Four golf ball rating (out of 5)"
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Hawk will be more than happy to arrange for tee times and transportation to and from any of the above courses. Simply make your wishes known to our concierge or call (802) 672-3811 for more information.
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