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Stratton Mountain (Lake & Mountain)

Winhall, Vermont
ArchitectGeoff Cornish
Winhall, Vermont
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  • Address251 Stratton Mountain Rd, Stratton Mountain, VT 05155, USA

A former LPGA venue, the 27-hole golf facility at the Stratton Mountain Resort started out with just the Lake and Mountain nines in the late 1960s. Architect Geoff Cornish then returned in 1984, adding the heavily wooded Forest nine.

In The American Golf Resort Guide, author Daniel Wexler writes: “the club occupies a tract which slopes steadily from east to west, with a large lake marking the low point.

The original nines are the Lakes and Mountain, with the former featuring the 418-yard uphill 2nd (a sharp dogleg left around trees) and the 552-yard uphill 9th, which begins along the lake before climbing to a pond-guarded green.

The Mountain nine fills the property’s west side and is arguably the club’s least engaging loop, with only the downhill 621-yard 5th (which crosses two creeks) really standing out.”

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