Stratton Mountain Country Club is a Resort, 27 hole golf facility located in Stratton Mountain, Vermont. The facility has 3 nine hole golf courses. They are: The Mountain, The Forest, and The Lake Course. These courses can be combined in pairs to form three different 18 hole course challenges.
The golf courses at Stratton Mountain Country Club first opened for play in 1969. They were designed by Geoffrey Cornish and Bill Robinson.
Located at the base of the Strattonski Resort, the golf courses are a combination of long and short holes. The main hazard is the mountain stream that wanders throughout the course. These challenging courses have water hazards coming into play on twenty-two of the twenty-seven holes. The Lake Course plays around a large lake that comes into play on several holes. The difficult Mountain Course has elevated greens and is very scenic. The Forest Course is fairly narrow and demands shot accuracy. The greens on all three courses are very large, undulating and fast.
The signature hole on the Mountain Course is #5, a 621-yard, par 5, with a stream on the right and a pond on the left and requiring a downhill second shot to a green that is well-guarded by a water hazard in front and sand bunkers on the left.
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Tuesday, June 2010 at 2pm
Friendly and accomodating staff. Roving beverage and snack cart on weekends and holidays. Restrooms between holes 5 and 6 on each nine. Clear and accurate yardage markers for 100, 150, 200, and 250 yds.
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