Stratton Country Club Open for Season

By AlpineZone News |
May 23 2006 - 01:41 PM

STRATTON MOUNTAIN, Vermont ??” Designed by course architect Geoffrey Cornish, Stratton’s 27-hole championship golf course was a six-year stop on the LPGA tour. Making full use of a dynamic mountain landscape, the course is one of the most challenging in New England and offers breathtaking views of Vermont’s Green Mountains. The Stratton Country Club will open the course on May 12.

This year it’s as easy as ever to enjoy a full season of great golf. Stratton’s Summer Value Pass lets guests play all season long (Sunday – Friday) for only $299. Or guests play for as little as $39 (including cart fee) with the Stratton Green Card. The Green Card is available now for as little as $49, and cardholders will receive a free round of golf when they reserve theirs by 6/9/06 and redeem by 6/23/06.

On May 13th, the Stratton Golf University will kick off the summer season. For 2006 the Stratton Golf University is offering new programs for all abilities such as 2 and 3-day core sessions and 1-day specialty electives to focus on key aspects of your game.

Founded by Arnold Palmer in 1969, the Stratton Golf University emphasizes the continuing education of it guests, building upon their individual strengths while delivering customized instruction. Core sessions start at $349 and 1-day specialty electives are from $199.

Though the seasons change, hospitality is year-round at Stratton. Outstanding value in lodging lets you experience the same comfort and convenience of our luxury and economy accommodations at up to 75% off winter rates.

This mountain resort is the perfect base camp for your summer escape. The quaint yet dynamic Stratton Village will host music and culinary festivals each weekend this summer. From Blues, Brews and BBQs to the Bluegrass Festival and Teddy Bear Parade, the festivals will be held among the world-class shops and restaurants of the Stratton Village. Families return every summer just to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, listen to live music, and enroll their children in Kids Kamps including golf, tennis, hockey, and dance programs.

The Stratton Gondola will also take guests to the highest summit in Southern Vermont, where they will be able to walk alongside Appalachian Trail thru-hikers to the historic fire tower. From this birthplace of the Appalachian Trail, guests will be able to see clear across New England.

For more information call 1-800-STRATTON (878-2886) or visit