Swanton, Vermont Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Swanton, Vermont and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 4 golf courses within 20 miles of Swanton, including 4 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Swanton area is the Champlain Country Club which was designed by Duer Irving Sewall and opened in 1915. The longest course is Alburg Golf Links, which is 6,493 yards. North Country Golf Club is rated the best course near Swanton.

18 holes over 6,237 yards with a par of 70 (Public)
581 St Albans Rd
Swanton, VT 05488-9631
(802) 527-1187
5 miles from the center of Swanton. Write a Review Check Tee Times
18 holes over 6,493 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
230 Route 129
Alburg, VT 05440-9674
(802) 796-4248
10 miles from the center of Swanton. Write a Review Check Tee Times
18 holes over 6,268 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
862 Hayford Rd
Champlain, NY 12919
(518) 297-5814
15 miles from the center of Swanton. Write a Review Check Tee Times
9 holes over 1,434 yards with a par of 27 (Public)
350 Murray Ave
Milton, VT 05468-3676
(802) 893-0234
17 miles from the center of Swanton. Write a Review Check Tee Times
9 holes over 3,410 yards with a par of 32 (Public)
3 Camp Vermont Ct
Grand Isle, VT 05458-2026
(802) 372-8343
20 miles from the center of Swanton. Write a Review Check Tee Times

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