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Woodstock Country Club

Woodstock, VT Public

Overview

The history runs deep at Woodstock Inn & Resort, which boasts the oldest public golf course in Vermont. In the 1960s, resort owner Laurence S. Rockefeller hired Robert Trent Jones Sr. to redesign its course, just as Rockefeller did with his golf courses at Mauna Kea in Hawaii and Colonial Williamsburg. Woodstock has maintained its reputation as one of New England’s best, particularly so during the fall when the leaf peepers come into town. PGA Tour winner Keegan Bradley also helped keep Woodstock on the map, as this was his home course as a junior golfer. The resort recently rebuilt bunkers on its fourth and sixth holes, which were part of Trent Jones’ original design.

About

Holes 18
Length 6001
Slope 123
Price $159
Facility Type Public
Year Opened 1895
Designer Robert Trent Jones Sr,ASGCA

Ranking history:

Best in State: Ranked in Top 5 in Vermont, 1977.

Panelists

Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists

4

100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES

Shot Options
6.0299
Character
6.0373
Challenge
5.8983
Layout Variety
5.8836
Fun
6.433
Aesthetics
5.9898
Conditioning
5.8771

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