Mountain/Forest at Stratton Mountain Country Club

Stratton Mountain, Vermont

Not currently a partner course

Mountain/Forest at Stratton Mountain Country Club, Stratton Mountain, Vermont: A Golfing Haven Amidst Natural Beauty

Nestled in the picturesque Stratton Mountain in Vermont, the Mountain/Forest course at Stratton Mountain Country Club offers an exceptional golfing experience. Designed by renowned architects Geoffrey Cornish and Bill Robinson in 1969, with additional work by Brian Silva in 1984, this 18-hole resort course provides a challenging yet enjoyable round for players of all skill levels. With a par of 71 and stretching over 6,478 yards from the back tees, it offers ample length to test your skills. The slope rating of 126 and a rating of 70.7 indicate its moderate difficulty level. Golfers will appreciate the well-maintained fairways made of Bent Grass and meticulously manicured greens also featuring Bent Grass. The stunning views throughout the course add to its allure, making it worth the drive for both locals and visitors alike seeking a memorable golfing experience amidst nature's beauty at Stratton Mountain Country Club.

Player Reviews: A Resounding Chorus of Praise

The player reviews for Mountain/Forest at Stratton Mountain Country Club in Stratton Mountain, Vermont are overwhelmingly positive. Golfers have consistently praised the course conditions, layout, and staff friendliness.

The course conditions have been described as "well maintained" with "extremely fast greens." The layout has been lauded as "beautiful" with "so many incredible gardens of flowers and vistas." The staff friendliness has also been highlighted, with golfers mentioning the "very friendly" staff and the "first class treatment" they received, including helpful tips on the first tee.

While there have been a few mentions of slow pace of play, the overall feedback about the course has been overwhelmingly positive. Golfers seem to thoroughly enjoy playing at Mountain/Forest at Stratton Mountain Country Club due to its well-maintained conditions, beautiful scenery, and friendly staff.

The Links Cards, a renowned golf course rating system, holds Mountain/Forest at Stratton Mountain Country Club in high regard. They recognize the course's exceptional value for money, considering the quality of the course, the amenities offered, and the overall golfing experience.

The Links Cards highlights the course's well-maintained conditions, challenging layout, and stunning scenery as key factors contributing to its value. They also commend the friendly and helpful staff, who go above and beyond to ensure a memorable golfing experience for every player.

While the course may not be the most affordable option in the area, The Links Cards believes that the overall experience and value for money make it a worthwhile investment for golfers seeking a top-quality golfing experience.

*Our information is based on reviews and descriptions from across the internet

Mountain/Forest at Stratton Mountain Country Club

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Phone Number: (800) 787-2886, (802) 297-4653
Address: Access Rd Stratton Mountain, Vermont 5155 US

Mountain/Forest at Stratton Mountain Country Club

About the Course

Course Type: Resort
Holes: 18
Yardage: 6478 yards
Par: 71
Rating: 126
Slope: 70.7
Year Built: 1984
Awards: Accolades: Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Vermont (2019 #3) (2018 #4)

Playing 18

F&B Options: Restaurant
Rental Club Availability: Yes
Rental Cart Availability: Yes
GPS on Carts?: Unknown
Rental Pull Cart Availability: Unknown
Caddie Availability: Unknown
Dress Code: Proper golf attire required.

Practice Information

Driving Range: Yes
Practice Bunker: N/A
Pitching/Chipping Area: Yes
Indoor Practice Area: N/A
Practice Hole: N/A
Putting Green: Yes
Teaching Pro: Yes
Teaching School/Academy: Yes
Golf Simulator: N/A

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