History of the Course

Founded in 1924, the Burlington Country Club is the oldest golf course in Chittenden County. In the early 1920's a group of members of the Waubanakee Golf Club formed the Burlington Country Club and purchased 150 acres from the Fairholt Estate for the course location. They hired the most famous golf architect of the day, Donald J. Ross, whose previous commissions included Pinehurst and Southern Pines. His original design, with the prospectus and bond offering, hangs in the clubhouse. The golf course underwent an extensive restoration under the careful guidance of the renowned golf architect Dr. Michael Hurdzan in 1998, who managed the restoration to maintain and preserve the character of the original Donald J. Ross design. In 1999 the club celebrated its 75th season of offering the highest level of golfing experience in northern New England.

Course Overview

The Burlington Country Club is a private club featuring an 18 hole bent grass golf course. We offer 6,471 yards of pristine greens for a total par of 71 for male golfers and 5,496 yards for a total par of 72 for women golfers. With its difficult greens, breathtaking views, and hilly, tree-lined fairways, the Burlington Country Club is one of Vermont's premier private golf venues.

Course Map

Click here here to view a the course map for the Burlington Country Club.  

 

Accolades

Voted Number 4 in the Top 100 Vermont Golf Courses 2012
Rated one of New England Golf Monthly's Top 25 Private Golf Courses 2010
Host of many Men's and Women's State Championships