Brattleboro Country Club is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Brattleboro, Vermont.
The present golf course site first opened for play in 1914. The course was designed by Tom McNamara. In 1930, Wayne Stiles redesigned the 9-holes. The Brattleboro Country Club golf course as it exists today grew out of the 1930 do-over by Wayne Stiles, and a 2000 expansion and partial rerouting by Vermont native Steve Durkee. Eight classic Stiles' holes remain (9-12, 15-18), with ten contemporary Durkee holes woven in (1-8, 13-14), with ample elevation, charming variety, and pleasing views at every turn.
The Brattleboro Country Club golf course feature approaches over natural water hazards as well as doglegs from the tees. The course follows and relies on the natural contours of the rolling hilltops.
The course offers a rare combination of inviting (but not wide open) fairways and challenging approach shots without the pretension of an overly tailored course with artificial hazards.
It would be tough to pick a favorite. There are many memorable holes on the Brattleboro Country Club golf course. Some from which to choose include:
#5, a par-5 heads up a hill, takes a right turn to a narrow strip of fairway only to head up another hill for the third shot.
#6, s drivable par-4.
#7 a risk-reward par-5.
#11, a long march par-4
The yardage from the championship and the membership tees is a total of 6508, and 6073 yards, respectively, with a par of 71. The forward tees measure 5,059 yards.