Recreation ~ Golf ~ Woodstock Country Club
Originally designed by William H. Tucker in 1895, this challenging 18-hole, par 69 course was re-designed by Robert Trent Jones in 1961, retaining only the 5th hole from its previous layout. The Kedron Brook provides water hazards on 12 holes, and the more than 80 white sand bunkers in the shadows of Mt. Peg make for some tricky play. The signature hole of this relatively flat and narrow course is #4, a 403-yard, par 4, rated as the most difficult hole in the state by Vermont Magazine. Every three years, the club plays host to the State Amateur Tournament. The clubhouse offers a restaurant and full bar, along with a large pro-shop and golf school. And for warming-up, there is a sand and chipping area, putting green and driving range.
Woodstock Country Club Golf Pro: Jim Gunnare
Hours: 8:00am - 7:00pm
Greens Fees: Monday through Friday - $60.00 for 9-holes or 18-holes / Saturday and Sunday - $79.00 for 9-holes or 18-holes
Cart Cost: $18.00 per person (9 or 18-holes)
Pull Carts: $7.00
Club Rental: Yes - $25.00 for 9-holes or 18-holes
Dress Code: Proper dress required - collared shirt and bermuda shorts; no denim
Shoes: Non-metal spikes only
Tee Times: Required; accepted up to one day in advance
Phone Number: 802-457-6674
What Others Have to Say...
"The course winds its 6,000 yards along the Kedron Valley, whose thickly wooded mountainsides funnel winds that make the course play far more difficult than the yardage suggests."
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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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