LUDLOW – Okemo Mountain Resort has embraced spring with the opening of its two golf courses, Okemo Valley Golf Club, in Ludlow, and Tater Hill Golf Club, in Windham. Okemo Valley is open with all 18 holes of play and Tater Hill is offering play on the back nine to begin the season.
Okemo Valley Golf Club has won national awards and is recognized as one of the top golf facilities in the Northeast. Golf Digest named OVGC the top public course in Vermont. The course was designed by Vermont golf architect Steve Durkee. It has hosted the Vermont PGA Championship, NEPGA Senior Championship, the United States Women’s Public Links Qualifier and various Vermont Professional Tournaments.
Okemo Valley Golf Club is Vermont’s first heathland-style golf course and features a championship 18-hole layout, a full-service clubhouse, indoor practice facility, putting greens, driving range and 18-acre state-of-the-art outdoor training center. The layout is a par 70 that measures 6,400 yards in length and features bent grass greens, tees and fairways with multiple tee areas for each hole, ensuring playability and challenge for all ability levels.
Early-season rates on greens fees are in effect through June.
Tater Hill Golf Club, located just 20 minutes away, is a par-70, 18-hole championship course that measures 6,400 yards. Although it offers plenty of challenge for low handicaps, golfers of all ability levels can enjoy the layout that features undulating fairways, spectacular views, cottage-style perennial gardens and the casual ambience of an old Vermont hill farm.
For more information visit okemo.com.