Golf Policies & Procedures
Reservations will be taken for groups of up to four groups of players. Twosome and threesome reservations may be requested to pair up with an existing reservation.
Credit Card Guarantee
Tee times require a valid credit card number as a guarantee. Golfers not honoring their reservations will be charged for each unused tee time at the full green fee rate, plus tax for each guaranteed player. Groups that are short players will be charged for all missing players unless filled by the course from the standby list. This fee is applicable to all
Cancellations of Guaranteed Tee Times
Cancellations shall be made 24 hours in advance. Cancellations received within the 24 hour period will be charged only if the golf club can’t fill the tee time. Players not canceling will be charged the prevailing green fee rate for each reserved player that does not show up. A cancellation number will be issued on all cancellations of guaranteed tee times and is required to contest charges.
Rain Check Policy
Players are expected to continue play during rain and/or drizzle. Please check the weather prior to teeing off.
A rain check may be issued only if the Golf Course Superintendent or the Director of Golf Operations deems the course unplayable.
When the unplayable decision has been made, players are required to report to the golf shop to be issued a voucher for applicable return.
Rain checks are issued depending on the number of holes played: 1 to 4 holes the customer receives an 18-hole rain check; 4 to13 holes the customer receives a 9 hole rain check; 14 or more holes do not qualify for a rain check.
Any rain check can be applied towards greens fees of equal or greater value. There will be no cash refunds if
Rain checks are non-transferable and non-replaceable.
Rain checks are only redeemable for greens fees and cart
Rain checks expire 30 days after
Rain checks may only be redeemed one at a time.
Frost Delay Policy
Following the delay, tee times will go at the
Twelve or more players are considered a group—contact Jon Conti at (802) 583-6175 for more information.
Food and Beverage
All food and beverages must be purchased from the course. The introduction of food and beverages to the golf course and grounds is prohibited. Outside alcohol is prohibited by Vermont State Law
Children under six must be accompanied by
Possession and/or use of range balls on the golf course is prohibited. Violators may be removed from the golf course without compensation for unused green fee/cart fees. Un-used range balls not to be taken home for next time use.
Proper golf attire is required at all time on the course and practice facility.
Proper golf attire includes:
- Shirts with collars
- Bermuda length shorts or slacks
Improper attire includes:
- Tee shirts, tank tops
- Blue jeans, gym or short shorts
The course is closed, thanks for a great season.