Fall Golf at Killington Resort is Second to None
Posted September 12, 2012
The smell of fresh-cut grass. The sounds of birds chirping and a light breeze rustling through leaves. The feelings of connecting on a flawless drive, chip or putt. Fall golf is going off right now at Killington Resort, and between the stunning weather, scenery and premium 18-hole championship golf course, there’s no other place we’d rather be.
Famed golf course architect Geoffrey Cornish (August 6, 1914 – February 10, 2012) designed this 6,186-yard, par 72 course to take full advantage of the awe-inspiring mountain terrain. In addition, the Killington Golf Course features a full practice facility, including a 14-station driving range, a 12,000 square-foot putting green and practice bunker.
If you’re looking to start golfing or shave a few strokes off your game, consider our Mountain Golf School programs, which include one-on-one attention from an instructor. After a detailed swing analysis, you’ll develop skills in such areas as bunker play, ball striking, putting and chipping. At the end of the day’s session, you’ll be free to play the course and consult the roving instructor as you go.