Stamford Valley Golf Course is a Public 9 holes golf course located in Stamford, Vermont.
Stamford Valley Golf Course first opened for play in 1964.The course was designed by Leroy Lawrence. Leroy, a former speaker of the Vermont House of Representatives, was the founder, principal designer and builder of the original nine holes.
In 1979, after 15 years of hard work and dedication, Leroy decided it was time to turn the course over to his son, Stanley Lawrence Sr.
In 2005, at age 79, Stanley Sr. decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and turned the operations over to his two sons, Mark and Stanley Jr. Mark and Stanley Jr. are the current owners of the golf course.
Par for the course is 36. From the back tees, the course plays to 2,955 yards. The fairways are gently rolling with a mixture of holes; some fairways are tree lined while others are wide open. There are several water hazards, as well as sand bunkers throughout the course that add to both the challenge and ambiance.