World Class Golf and Disc Golf Courses in Vermont

Golf and Disc Golf operations are in full swing at ski areas across Vermont.

The Green Mountains have plenty of greens to putt around on all summer long. Find some of Vermont's premier courses with the guide below. Keep scrolling for the guide to some of the best Disc Golf courses in the state!

Woodstock Inn & Resort

The Woodstock Country Club has been named by Golf Advisor as the #3 Top Golf Course in New England. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. this course is an 18-hole masterpiece that winds along the Kedron Brook at the base of Mt. Peg, surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views of the valley. The full-service club also features a golf shop, practice range, putting green, private lessons, and the Fairway Grill restaurant and bar. Find more information at

Stratton Mountain Resort

Stratton Mountain Resort’s golf course is a hidden gem nestled in the Green Mountains. Designed by noted course architect Geoffrey Cornish, the 27-hole course takes full advantage of the area’s natural contours, water features and flora. With a rotating daily 18-hole course, and 9-hole course, Stratton Mountain Golf Club is a great venue for your next group golf outing, corporate event, charity tournament, or a family outing. Visit to book your tee-time.

Sugarbush Resort

Tee off at our Robert Trent Jones, Sr. masterpiece. Jones' legendary talent is apparent in every one of the 18 holes at Sugarbush Golf Club tucked away in the Green Mountains. Designed with respect for the natural setting and its breathtaking vistas, our par-70 (men) and par 72 (women) course is as beautiful as the game itself.

Killington Resort

Killington Resort's golf course is open to the public from May 27 through October 15, 2023. Designed by Geoffrey Cornish, the course takes full advantage of unique mountain terrain, and it shows. Snowmelt streams, a 2,000’ elevation and signature vistas set the scene. Making it Boston Magazine's choice for the #4 Best hole in New England!

The 6,186-yard, par 72 Championship Golf Course includes a practice facility with a 12,000 square-foot putting green and practice bunker, full-size retail pro shop with all the essentials, on-course beverage cart, caddy shack with food and beverage offerings, as well as the Clubhouse Bar and Grill with indoor and outdoor seating. The Killington Golf Course offers a full season schedule of league nights and tournaments.

Jay Peak Resort

At Jay Peak, the phrase “down to earth” means more than the friendly, casual attitude found in everyone who works at the course. It’s actually about the earth. It’s in the beautiful terrain, the natural waterways and the manicured greens. It’s the Northern Vermont woods and the wildlife that watches from within. It’s the little details and big ideas implemented by course designer Graham Cooke. At Jay Peak, your game is enhanced by all of this, whether you’re a PGA pro or a first time hack. The Jay Peak Golf Course opens Friday, May 29, 2021 - Book your tee-time today!

Fox Run Golf Course

Located near Okemo Mountain Resort, the championship 18-hole layout is a par 70 that measures 6,400 yards in length and features bent grass greens, tees and fairways with multiple tee areas on each hole ensuring playability and challenge for all ability levels. Rolling hills, moderate elevation changes and wide fairways with well-placed hazards enhance the Heathland layout. Visit to book your tee-time! 

Disc Golf

Smugglers' Notch Resort

Smugglers' opened the Brewster Ridge Disc Golf Course for the season on Friday, May 22. In compliance with social distancing requirements, the resort is asking participants to please limit group size to 4 people or less and to call ahead to set up a tee time prior to arrival at the course.

Call (802) 644-2477 to set up a tee time or e-mail Visit for detials. 

Magic Mountain

Magic Mountain National Disc Golf Course is open everyday through October 31. Disc Golf is one of the fastest growing sports, and Magic Mountain has the perfect topography for a New England-style disc golf course.Enjoy the full 18-hole championship course through crisscrossing open trails and wooded glades, with about everything nature has to offer in between.

Visit for details. 

Bromley Mountain

The Sun Mountain features an 18-hole, lift-served, disc golf course designed for beginners and experts alike. Enjoy a scenic ride on the Alpine Chairlift to mid-mountain to begin the Woods 9 (holes 1-9) and Meadows 9 (holes 10-18). More information can be found at

Bolton Valley

The Vista Beast (currently 9 holes) – a challenging mountain course. This year’s Vista Beast course is a new design, with 9 holes playing from the starting point on World Cup trail in the Nordic area (Formerly Hole #6). The course loops around the old “Back 9” Frog Pond holes, and plans for another 9-hole expansion are in the works for the coming season! We are super excited to get the Vista Beast back in action in a big way, stay tuned!

The Valley Road 9 Hole – this shorter chip ‘n putt course is located between Vista and Snowflake chair lifts, predominantly on the Valley Road ski trail and conveniently close to the outdoor bar and Live Music on the Lawn Concert Series (free Wednesdays and Friday from June 28 through Labor Day Weekend).

If you have your own discs just come on up and head on out. If you need rentals, we’d be happy to rent to you during open hours in the Base Lounge Bike Shop(802) 434-3444

Sugarbush Resort

Sugarbush’s 18-hold disc golf course winds through the trails and woods around the Gate House Quad. This year the resort is working to rebuild and upgrade the course in anticipation of the newly offered Throwdown Thursday Disc Golf League, running every Thursday in July and August. Sugarbush offers Innova discs for purchase or guests can bring their own. Visit for details!

Jay Peak Resort

Built in the summer of 2017, the design includes sweeping panoramic views, elevation change, wooded and open holes, water hazards, and some interesting features that only Jay Peak can provide.

Tickets, rentals and course map/scorecard are available at the Mountain Shop on Tramside: (802) 327-2184.