Friday, April 23, 2010

Tater Hill Opens with 18 Holes of Play

Tater Hill Golf Club, in Windham, Vt., opened for the season on Friday, April 23.

“The course is in good shape,” said Club Manager and Head Golf Professional John Pawlak. “This is about the best I’ve seen it this early in the season.”

Tater Hill opened with all 18 holes of play. Tee times are required and can be scheduled starting at 8 a.m. daily. Early-season greens fees, including cart, run through May 20: $39 midweek and $49 weekends. The clubhouse restaurant is slated to open May 6.

Nestled in a pastoral setting of rolling hills with stone walls, split-rail fences and birch-lined fairways, Tater Hill is a par-71, 18-hole championship course measuring 6,400 yards. With plenty of challenge for low handicaps, golfers of all ability levels can enjoy a layout that offers undulating fairways, spectacular views, cottage-style flower gardens and the casual ambience of a former Vermont hill farm. Tater Hill is located on Popple Dungeon Road (off Rt. 11), 22 miles southwest of Ludlow, in Windham, Vt.

Tee times may be arranged by calling (802) 875-2517. More information about Tater Hill Golf Club is available online.

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