Golf Course Map

Take a swing at our Robert Trent Jones, Sr. masterpiece. Jones’ legendary talent is apparent in every one of the 18 holes at Sugarbush Golf Club. Designed with respect for the natural setting and its breathtaking vistas, our par-70 course is as beautiful as the game itself.

Course Map

Course Map


Course Guide

Hole 1

On this uphill, slight dogleg right par 4, select a club from the tee that will leave you 150 yards from the green. Your target is just left of the fairway bunker. This area offers a level lie for your approach shot. Stay below the hole on this green.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

345

13

4

White

328

13

4

Gold

3127

4

Green

3057

4










Hole 2

Hit driver to the right of the blue house. A mid- to short-iron approach remains. Stay below the hole.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

385

7

4

White

3807

4

Gold

27215

4

Green

27215

4










Hole 3

From the tee, your target is the group of pines at the bend of the dogleg. Out of bounds left and the fairway’s turn to the left require that you keep the ball on the right side. The second shot plays slightly downhill, so you can run a shot up onto the green.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

436

3

4

White

409

5

4

Gold

315

1

4

Green

310

1

4

Hole 4

Play your tee shot just to the left of the fairway bunker. The uphill second shot plays half a club longer than the yardage to a green that slopes from the back to front. Keep the ball below the hole.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

375

9

4

White

361

11

4

Gold

340

3

4

Green

330

3

4

Hole 5

This uphill par 3 plays half a club longer than the yardage. Since the green slopes severely from left to right, your target is over the front left bunker. Do not miss the green to the right.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

190

15

3

White

165

15

3

Gold

152

13

3

Green

140

13

3

Hole 6

On this severe dogleg left, going with driver often puts you in the right rough or the woods. The tee shot target is just inside the left tree-line, leaving a long- to mid-iron approach to a slightly elevated green.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

406

1

4

White

373

3

4

Gold

275

5

4

Green

270

5

4

Hole 7

From the blue and white tees, play your tee shot over the directional stake. This leaves you with a severe sidehill lie with the ball below your feet. The green sits in a fairly narrow hollow, so be careful with your approach shot club selection.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

481

5

4

White

434

1

4

Gold

385

9

5

Green

375

9

5

Hole 8

This uphill par 3 plays a club longer than the yardage. The green slopes severely from the right to left and back to front, requiring that you keep the ball below and short of the hole. The blind water hazard will come into play on any shot that goes too far to the right of the green.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

185

17

3

White

170

17

3

Gold

143

17

3

Green

135

17

3

Hole 9

On this dogleg right, aim your drive over the indicator stake to a fairway that slopes to the left. The uphill second shot requires an extra club to a green that slopes severely from the back to front. Keep your approach shot below the hole.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

376

11

4

White

353

9

4

Gold

310

11

4

Green

305

11

4


Hole 10

Your tee shot target on this downhill par 5 is just to the right of the split rock in the left rough. Drives kick right on this left-to-right sloping fairway. On the second shot either lay up to the flat part of the fairway, leaving a short-iron approach, or go for the green in two.


TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

547

6

5

White

516

6

5

Gold

465

6

5

Green

390

6

5


Hole 11


This par 3 plays 10 yards shorter than the yardage indicates. But when the wind picks up, make sure you take enough club to clear the water. This green is only 12 yards deep.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

184

18

3

White

155

18

3

Gold

121

18

3

Green

112

18

3


Hole 12

The lone apple tree in the rough is a good tee shot target on the severe dogleg left. Make sure you go with enough club on the slightly uphill approach shot. A small pond protects the left front side of the green.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

393

2

4

White

385

2

4

Gold

377

4

5

Green

344

4

5


Hole 13

Although the best approach angle is from the left side of the fairway, your target off the tee is just inside the cart path on the right. A well-struck driver on the three-wood leaves you with a mid- to short-iron second shot. Take an extra club on the uphill approach, but keep the ball below the hole on this severely-sloped green.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

353

14

4

White

333

14

4

Gold

255

12

4

Blue

250

12

4


Hole 14

Keep your driver in the bag on this par 5. A fairway wood or mid- to long-iron tee shot sets up another iron shot to the bottom of the fairway. A short-iron approach to a rather firm green, protected by a small pond on the left, remains.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

475

4

5

White

458

4

5

Gold

405

2

5

Green

400

2

5


Hole 15

The mound in the right part of the fairway is an excellent target for your driver or three-wood tee shot. Play your approach shot to the bank to the right of the green; its slight right-to-left slope will kick shots onto the putting surface.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

375

8

4

White

359

8

4

Gold

267

16

4

Green

260

16

4


Hole 16

This tough par 3 is all carry.  If the hole location is right of the center, take an extra club. Like many others here at Sugarbush, this green slopes severely from back to front and right to left.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

192

12

3

White

157

12

3

Gold

126

14

3

Green

103

14

3


Hole 17

This short dogleg right requires a precise tee shot. The tall pines in the distance make good targets off the tee. Carefully check the hole location before your approach shot because this green is 39 yards deep. It also slopes from back to front and right to left.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

350

16

4

White

334

16

4

Gold

302

16

4

Green

294

10

4


Hole 18

A drive over the directional stake will bounce left into this sloping fairway, leaving a mid- to short-iron approach shot straight up the hill. That uphill approach shot requires an extra 1 1/2 clubs. Be sure to stay below the hole on the course's most severely-sloping green.

TEES

YARDAGE

HANDICAP

PAR

Blue

332

10

4

White

329

10

4

Gold

323

8

4

Green

323

8

4