Best in State
The best golf courses in Vermont
One of the charms of New England is the timelessness of many of the small towns and villages, the rural quietude. These qualities apply to the five courses ranked in this year's Best in Vermont list. Three of them date back to the earliest era in American golf between 1886 and 1902. The Country Club of Vermont is newer (it opened in 1998), but the property feels secluded and old. The Quechee Club is in the middle, built in the 1970s and one of two courses at a ski resort in the east-central part of the state.
Below you'll find our 2023-'24 ranking of the Best Golf Courses in Vermont.
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(Parentheses indicate the course's previous ranking.)
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