The Links At Lang Farm
|Red (W)||60||3007 yards||57.0||89|
|Blue M: 60.4/106||175||192||167||357||153||317||158||218||182||1919||198||154||284||166||293||111||175||240||365||1986||3905|
|White M: 59.3/97||160||169||152||295||124||307||133||180||156||1676||156||147||273||126||258||102||152||231||324||1769||3445|
|Red W: 56.5/92||132||115||141||285||107||242||123||154||90||1389||107||122||252||106||241||84||89||212||272||1485||2874|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Fun short course with very good conditions
This was my first time playing The Links at Lang Farm in Vermont. I doubt I will play the course again simply due to the price I had to pay relative to the value you get for the price. I was charged $59 for 18 holes with a cart on a par 60 golf course. I can pay $59 and get a full-fledged golf course and not just a executive course.
However, having said that the value is not very good, I really liked the course and had fun playing. The course is in very nice condition (minus the geese and the goose crap all over every green).
The few fairways they have are lush and nice (most of the holes are par 3 holes and hence do not have fairways). 12 of the 18 holes are par 3 and the remaining six holes are par 4 holes. The greens were very nice (minus a lot of non-repaired ball marks). The greens are bent grass greens and are kept moist so balls hitting the greens leave quite a ball mark. The greens are fast and have all kinds of slopes, hills and undulations which makes them tricky with lots of breaks.
The first nine holes are quite wide open and not too much trouble. The second nine holes have lots of elevation changes and are in out of woods and tree areas. The back nine holes are very scenic and picturesque. Very nice course with pretty views and pretty holes. Just not worth $59 dollars.