Welcome to St. Johnsbury Country Club
The Crown Jewel of the Northeast Kingdom.
The Golf Course and driving range are open for the season. The restaurant is open for inside or outdoor seating on the deck or screened porch. A full menu & some great local craft beers on tap are available. See our Pub page for our beer and resturant menus!
UPCOMING EVENTS: XY Friday 9 Hole Scramble & Pasta Nite, 6-6-6 Member/Member or Member/Guest 18 Hole, 18 Hole Breakfast Scramble. See Events page for full information.
No Masks, No Entry. By order of the Govenor, masks are required when unable to safe distance. Please wear a mask in the Pro Shop and when ordering food or paying in the Restaurant. Be Happy and Be Safe!
Please review the following Covid-19 State of Vermont parameters below prior to making a tee time. To best keep abreast of course updates, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for our email blasts.
Effective June 8th, Vermonters may travel outside of Vermont to counties across New England and New York that have a similar active COVID-19 caseload to Vermont and return without quarantining if they do so in a personal vehicle. Similarly, residents of other states who live in counties across New England and New York that have a similar active COVID-19 caseload to Vermont may enter the state for leisure travel without quarantining.
The State of Vermont has determined that any county with less than 400 active cases of COVID-19 per one million residents meets this criteria. The Agency will publish an updated map and list each Monday by 5 p.m. at accd.vermont.gov identifying quarantine and non-quarantine counties throughout New England and New York. Vermonters must remember to follow any travel restrictions and quarantine requirements for the states they plan to visit.Residents from a non-quarantine county may travel to Vermont without quarantine restrictions if they travel directly to Vermont in their personal vehicle. This includes overnight travel, commuting for work, leisure visits and recreation. Travelers are asked to register with Sara Alert upon arrival to Vermont to get two weeks of daily reminders to check for common symptoms of COVID-19. Travelers must remember to follow any travel restrictions and quarantine requirements in their home upon return.
Golf began in St. Johnsbury in 1923 when Willie Park, Jr., two-time winner of the British Open designed nine diverse, interesting and singular golf holes for the newly formed club. It would be the last of Park’s 60 North American designs due to his ailing health. The installation of the greens was completed by his brother Mungo.
In 1992 famed architect Geoffrey Cornish, aided by lifelong member Jim Havers, cradled the original nine in the embrace of nine peripheral holes. While the older holes require finesse, the new nine demand power. Bring your best up-and-down skills to par the outward half, display placement and clear thinking on the way home.
St. Johnsbury has earned a reputation for flawless greens, lush fairways and well-carpeted tees. The maturity of the original nine holes and the state-of-the-art new loop blend together to produce two distinct golfing experiences that complement each other perfectly. The course winds through 160 acres of lush Vermont countryside with great views and rolling terrain. The course is playable for golfers of all skill levels; the greater a player's ability and imagination, the greater the shot options and potential risks and rewards. Players are advised to select the tee box that affords them the best opportunity for an interesting and enjoyable round.
St Johnsbury Country Club has a sister course- Pine Lakes Golf Club- located in Palm Coast, FL. Both facilities are committed to course conditioning and providing a high quality guest and membership experience.