From Our Editors
The course at West Bolton Golf Club measures 5,937 yards from front to back. But even where the competitive yardage ends, the property's lush greenery keeps going. It spills over into the surrounding land and it eventually creeps up into the surrounding Green Mountains. Golfers have faced off against this picturesque landscape since 1983, when the family-owned club opened the first half of its course and planted its first nine flag-stick seeds. Today, those fully grown banners punctuate 18 holes that range from 128 yards in length up to a daunting 600. Golfers attempt to navigate the course's challenges throughout the year, including during leagues for men and women, camps for boys and girls, and tournaments that showcase the area's seasonal beauty.