Experience Vermont Golf
from the Birch Ridge Inn

Moisture rising during an early morning round at Green Mountain National

Moisture rising during an early morning round at Green Mountain National

Golf is one of Vermont's best secrets; and the Birch Ridge Inn is a great place to stay to learn about it. Only in Vermont can you enjoy the beauty of the Vermont countryside while facing the challenge of mountain and traditional golf courses. Both Mary and Bill, your innkeepers, are accomplished recreational golfers. Let them help you plan your Vermont golf vacation.

Some of Mary and Bill's favorite golf courses near Birch Ridge include:

Green Mountain Ratings (Back Tees)

Length

6591 yds

Slope

139

Rating

72.6

Green Mountain National Golf Course:Carved out of the National Forest, this course is a must play for the Vermont golf vacation. With 5 different tee levels on each hole, golfers of all abilities can enjoy this magnificent course. Golf Digest consistently rates Green Mountain as the "Top Public Golf Course in Vermont". Green Mountain National is a short 5 minute drive from the Birch Ridge Inn and is featured in our Golf Packages. Let us reserve your tee time at the National when you make your room reservation at the Birch Ridge.

Killington Golf Course Ratings (Back Tees)

Length

6326 yds

Slope

126

Rating

70.6

Killington Golf Course: The original resort course offers a challenging round of golf with very scenic views of Killington. Designed by Geoffrey Cornish, the Killington Golf Course fits into the Killington Basin with the Roaring Brook coming into play on several holes. The Killington Golf Course is less than 1 mile from the Birch Ridge Inn on Killington Rd.(The 4th green and 5th tee back up to the Wobbly Barn parking lot, across the Killington Rd. from the inn.)

Rutland Country Club Course Ratings (Back Tees)

Length

6200 yds

Slope

125

Rating

69.7

Rutland Country Club: Mountain vista's, church spires, and a championship design make this an excellent course to sample Vermont golf. Ranked among the best golf courses in Vermont, this is a must play for the avid golfer. Rutland is one of the older layouts in the region. Superior care and attention are reflected in the stately condition of the course. The views of Rutland and the surrounding countryside are a must see from the elevated tees of the back nine, especially during fall foliage season. Rutland Country Club is located in Rutland, 13 miles west of the Birch Ridge Inn, or about 20 minutes driving time.

Proctor Pittsford Golf Course Ratings (Back Tees)

Length

6052 yds

Slope

121

Rating

69.4

Proctor Pittsford Country Club: Founded by Redfield Proctor, son of the founder of the Vermont Marble Company, is a hidden local jewel many would miss. The natural setting and rolling terrain offers just the right mix of hills and level areas to make this an interesting golf challenge. It is a true "locals course" that pays homage to the love of the game. Proctor Pittsford is located on Corn Hill in Pittsford Vermont, approximately 25 minute driving time from the Birch Ridge Inn.

Other Vermont courses that Mary and Bill enjoy playing include Neshobe Golf Club in Brandon , Lake St. Catherine in Poultney, Montague Golf Club in Randolph, and the Woodstock Country Club in Woodstock. All together, there are 17 courses within a one hour drive from the Inn. Plan your Vermont Golf Vacation now with Bill and Mary at the Birch Ridge Inn.