Stowe Mountain Resort

Course Interactive Map

History 

For 150 years, Vermont’s Green Mountains attracted summer visitors to hike in the natural beauty of the mountains or relax on a broad hotel veranda. In those early days, Stowe, with the gift of lofty Mount Mansfield, hosted summer travelers in the village hotels or in the 1858 Summit House on the mountain.

In the 1930s, Austrians (Sepp Ruschp, Frank Springer-Miller, the Family Von Trapp) came to Stowe, bringing a winter sports tradition and an enthusiasm for the outdoors. Skiing quickly became a glamour winter sport, drawing high-energy people from around the world to enjoy the “Ski Capital of the East”. The hospitality business in Stowe looked to expand their year round business and the growing popularity of the game of golf seemed like a natural fit. 

Lynn Altadonna, a long time resident and historian has put together a wonderful history of golf in Stowe. You can find it on the Stowe Golf Association’s website or by clicking here.

Tour the Stowe Country Club with our Interactive Course Map!

You'll  feel like you're walking the course with a pro! Explore each hole in  detail, including photos from multiple angles and a measuring tape  feature which allows you to plan your strategy. Get to know the course  before you ever set foot on it!

 

 

For tee times and pro shop call:
Tel: (802) 253-4893
Fax: (802) 253-3406

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