Source: Vermont Golf Magazine | Issue: 2005 | Author: Tom Macklin

The waning years of the late 19th century saw the creation of a handful of what would turn into Vermont’s still-standing, historic golf clubs. As Jack Mahoney wrote in “The Golf History of New England”, “Following Dorset Came a flock of courses in Vermont, including Woodstock (1895), Mt. Anthony in Bennington (1897), Ekwanok in Manchester (1898), The Mountain View Country Club in Greensboro (1898) and the forerunner of the Burlington Country Club, the Waubanakee Golf Club,in 1899… Although Mountain View is not noted for a particularly difficult hole, it provided a rare look into the past with greens fenced off to ward curious cows and other unwanted creatures.” Click here to read more!