Today, the Vermont Golf Association is the authoritative body for golf in the state of Vermont representing more than 8, amateur golfers and 62 golf clubs in the state. This is a 72 hole stroke play event open to all Vermont amateurs. Three local qualifiers will determine the Championship field for those players who are not exempt into the Championship. The field is cut after 36 holes to the lowest 40 scores and ties who advance to the final day of championship play. The final day is 36 holes. Extraordinary Golf Since We have a long history of providing remarkable golf on our beautiful 18 holes for over years.
Vermont Golf Association – Growing the game of golf in Vermont
The twenty states included provided an opportunity for many excellent golfers to compete who had been previously excluded. The organization now included states bordering the east bank of the Mississippi to the eastern divide of the Rocky Mountains. A member board of directors is comprised of volunteers from across the United States who conduct highly competitive championships with elite players from around the globe. Amateur Championship history was made when both a mother and daughter became Champions.
The course never plays the same way twice. And tournament golf is nothing like casual golf. Aside from the shared lingo and pursuit of par, they could hardly be less alike. When every stroke counts, your name attached to each one, everything changes. Each of the 1, little decisions that make up a round are magnified, the results compounded.
Hey hockey fans! Have you seen the newest historical marker? The first international hockey game took place in what is now our Waterfront Park! Thank you to everyone who made the trip to Burlington for the annual Face Off meeting.