Killington Grand Resort, Killington, Vermont

Killington Resort Golf Course Killington, Vermont

Killington Grand Resort’s 18-hole golf course opened for play in 1984 and was designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish.

The course is located high in the lush Green Mountains of Vermont, where you will find panoramic views and plenty of challenge. Cornish designed the course to take full advantage of the mountain terrain, and Killington’s rushing snowmelt streams and elevation changes make for an exciting and strategic round.

Killington Resort Golf Course
Killington, Vermont

Generous greens allow players to attack the flag with confidence. The 6,186-yard, par-72 layout presents an enjoyable round for any golfer, no matter what skill level or handicap. And at a 2,000-foot elevation, gentle breezes offer a soothing respite from the summer sun.

The longest hole on the course is number two, a par-five that plays 510 yards from the back markers. The shortest hole on the course is the sixth, a tricky par-three that plays to 147 yards from the championship tees. And, watch out for number five, a beefy 473-yard par-four and the number one handicap hole on the course. Perhaps the most approachable hole on the track is the 17th, a 168-yard par-three.

The course is open mid-May through mid-October.

The resort has a new practice facility as well as a new fleet of golf carts for creature comfort. There is a fully-stocked pro shop and professionals offer golf lessons and clinics, as well as golf schools. There is a clubhouse bar and grill with indoor and outdoor seating.

Killington is an all-around family resort with an adventure center, a bike park, a spa, and a fitness center. There is shopping on and off-site, as well as several dining venues.

Killington Resort Golf Course
Killington, VT
(802) 422-6700

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