Mae Murray Jones

Source: Vermont Golf Magazine | Issue 1997 | Author: Arthur Ristau Fifty years fade like a twilight’s flicker and the old caddies breath quickens as he vividly recalls, stroke by stroke, putt, by knee-knocking putt the climactic holes of the 1946 Eastern New York Women’s Amateur Championship. “I had just been discharged from the Navy,” […]

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A Century of Golf In Vermont

Source: VT Golf Magazine | Issue: Summer 1992 | Author: David Robinson Synopsis: This article takes the reader through a century of golf in Vermont, explaining the history and evolution of the sport going from a small pastime to a dominant sport.       From homemade clubs and tomato cans to graphite shafts and videotaped […]

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18 Charismatic Holes

Source: VT Golf Magazine | Issue: Summer 1992 | Author: Bob Labbance Synopsis: This article is about Bob Labbance’s ideal eighteen hole course that draws from golf course all across Vermont. He goes into detail about why each hole has been drawn to this master list and what each hole encompasses.       The 19 […]

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Green Mountain Golf

Source: VT Golf Magazine | Issue: Summer 1992 | Author: Bob Labbance Synopsis: This article is about the evolution of golf in Stowe and how that evolved the popular resort destination.       When you mention Stowe, people think “Ski Capital of the East,” ss the resort town has been known for decades. Yet, according […]

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The Burlington Country Club

Source: VT Golf Magazine | Issue: Summer 1992 | Author: Pamela Polston Synopsis: This article is about the Burlington Country Club and how it has evolved into the country club it is today.       Among the many stories, tall and otherwise, in golf lore is one about a momentous day for Andrew Carnegie near […]

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