Sugarbush Resort Golf Club
A course designed with respect for the natural setting and its breathtaking vistas!
Golf Club Hours
Every Day: 8AM - DuskPro Shop: 802-583-6725 rich-text, responsive-table
2023 Golf Memberships
Prices go up on April 1st!Golf every day, afternoons, or with the whole family. Our various Membership options help you tailor your access to the course to your needs, making the opportunities endless for a spring, summer and fall full of golf. These and many other memberships are available for purchase at the Season Pass Office, Golf Pro Shop, Sugarbush Health and Recreation Center and through our online store.
Purchasing a membership is a great way to save money if you plan on taking advantage of all that Vermont and the Green Mountains has to offer. Plus, Sugarbush Members can now golf at Stratton Mountain Golf Club twice during the 2023 season! (cart fee only)
Call the Golf Pro Shop at 802-583-6725 or email for more information. Unless otherwise noted, cart and range balls included.
FORE30S (AGES 30-39)
FORE20S (AGES 19-29)
JUNIOR (AGES 11-18)
JUNIOR CART ADD-ON $159 YOUNG ADULT SKI PASS ADD-ON (AGES 13-29) $419 FORE30's SKI PASS ADD-ON (AGES 30-39) $629 CHILD (AGES 10 & UNDER)
GOLD Unlimited golf, including cart and 1 bucket of range balls daily. 30 day advance online tee time bookings. 2 rounds at Stratton Mountain Golf Club (cart fee only). USGA GHIN handicap service included.
GOLD FAMILY Unlimited golf for couple and eligible dependents, including cart and 1 bucket of range balls per person daily. 30 day advance online tee time bookings. 2 rounds per person at Stratton Mountain Golf Club (cart fee only). USGA GHIN handicap service included.
FORE30s For those ages 30-39. Unlimited Golf, 30 day advance tee time booking, cart and range balls included
FORE20s For those ages 19-29. Unlimited Golf, 30 day advance tee time booking, cart and range balls included.
TWILIGHT Unlimited golf after 2pm Mon-Thurs and after 3pm Fri-Sun, including cart and 1 bucket of range balls daily. 30 day advance online tee time bookings. 2 rounds at Stratton Mountain Golf Club (cart fee only). USGA GHIN handicap service included.
JUNIOR Unlimited golf including 1 bucket of range balls daily. CART NOT INCLUDED. Cart pass can be added for ages 16-18 with valid drivers license, +300. 30 day advance online tee time bookings. 2 rounds at Stratton Mountain Golf Club (cart fee only). USGA GHIN handicap service included.
CHILD Kids ages 10 and under golf FREE with an adult member. Range balls and cart not included.
SEASON DATES FOR 2023
Opening Day- 5/20/23 (potential for earlier opening w/ limited operations)
Shoulder Season- Opening Day through 6/16/23 and 10/10/23 through Closing
Prime Season- 6/17/23-10/9/23
Call (802) 583-6300 or (802) 583-6725 or go to the Golf Club to purchase today!
Members age as of May 1, 2023 determines age category. Memberships are non-refundable.
23/24 Ikon or Sugarbush Local pass required to purchase golf add-on.
Prices do not include 6% Vermont sales tax.
* Spouses, partners in a civil union, parents and dependent children ages 18 and under living in the same household.
** This rate represents a discount; no other discounts may be applied to the purchase of this product.
Green Feesrich-text, responsive-table
View our greens fees and reserve your tee time online. Our rates are good for unlimited golf through dusk and includes cart and tax. For more information regarding tee times or if you have any other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-583-6725.2023 Season Rates
Monday - Thursday
Preferred (7 AM to 2 PM) $134 $99 Afternoon (after 2 PM) $93 $82 Evening (4 PM until dusk) $70 $70
Friday - Sunday & Holidays
Preferred (7 AM to afternoon) $149 $135 Afternoon (after 2 PM) $99 $89 Evening (4 PM until dusk) $70 $70
Daily Junior Fee (18 and under) $52 $52Reserve Tee Time
PGA Pro Roger King
Roger King became the PGA Head Golf Professional in 2016. Roger came to Sugarbush from The Country Club of Barre where he was the PGA Professional for 14 years. Prior to working in Barre, Roger worked at multiple courses in Massachusetts, Maine, Illinois, and Florida.
In his 20+ years in the golf industry, Roger has won many professional and playing awards. He has been voted Vermont PGA Rookie of the Year (2002), Merchandiser of the Year (Public 2009), and the highest award the VTPGA gives out, The PGA Professional of the Year twice (2012 & 2018). Roger has also won the New England PGA Section Merchandiser of the Year (2012).
His playing accomplishments included qualifying for the Professional National Championship that was held in Monterey, CA in 2012. His local playing awards include VTPGA Stroke Play Champion (2003), VTPGA Match Play Champion (2012) as well as many pro/am and pro/pro victories.
Roger is married to Erin King since 2010. They have a beautiful daughter named Nelle who was born in 2012, and a son named Shafer born in June of 2016. They reside in Barre, and are proud and excited to be part of the Sugarbush team. rich-text, responsive-tableClose Video
Golf Tips Video
Tips from PGA Professional Roger King and put your new skills to the test at Sugarbush Resort.
Goals, You Gotta Have Goals.
It is always a good idea to have a plan going into the golf season. As the season starts, sit down and write a few things that you would like to happen with your golf game. Once you've done that, write down how you are going to obtain those goals.rich-text, responsive-table
For instance, do you want to lower your handicap by 4 strokes? Do you want to win the Valley League? Do you want to play more golf? How about trying to qualify for the state amateur?
If lowering your handicap is your goal, how can that happen? Start by figuring out what part of your game needs the most work. Write down a game plan on how you will be able to work on and improve your game. Then contact me to set up some lessons to talk about and start the process to a better golf game.
Not only is the physical act of hitting a golf ball important, so is the mental preparation. This mental game plan consists of preshot routine, visualization, and knowing your strengths and weaknesses. No matter your handicap, you can be better here by being better prepared.
So lets start on the right foot and get prepared for a great golf season.
Shortening the Gap
During the course of 18 holes, how many shots do you have that are shorter than your 9 iron goes? I hit a wedge of some sort every hole. Whether I am hitting a full shot, chip, or bunker shot, I will have a wedge in my hand. The goal is to have wedges that cover all yardages as opposed to trying to hit every shot with one wedge. I have a pitching wedge that goes 125 yards, a gap wedge that goes 112 yards, a sand wedge that goes 100 yards, and a lob wedge that goes 85 yards. I do it this way so I don't have to swing too hard (which isn't good for consistency) or swing too softly (which leads to deceleration and inconsistent contact). I suggest you go to the range (or come see me) to figure out how far each club goes. If you find you have a gap in yardages (and you probably will), then we need to get a club to fill the gap. This will make the game easier and improve your scores.rich-text, responsive-table
8 Timeless Tips
- Keep still while putting
- Strengthen your grip
- Follow a countdown
- Slow your swing tempo
- Inside takeaway
- Release fully
- Point your shoulder at the ball
- Keep your head still
Golf Bulletin &Report
Sugarbush Resort Golf Club is open daily for early season hours. Prime season hours will begin 6/17. Hogan's Pub opens for daily operations Thursday 5/25!