2017 Tee Up for Kids Golf Courses
This highly regarded Roger Rulewich (formerly of Robert Trent Jones, Inc.) designed Berkshire golf course started in
1977 as a nine hole Pine Valley type course. In 1987, William Sandri acquired the course and reengaged Mr. Rulewich
to rejuvenate the existing holes and expand it to a full 18 hole course. At 7,007 yards from the longest tees, this 72 par
course is thought to be the most challenging in Western Massachusetts.
During the fall of 2016, in an effort to provide exceptional turf conditions, Crumpin-Fox underwent a significant tree
removal renovation while improving other aspects of the golf course. In addition to the tree removal, Crumpin-Fox has
made renovations to the clubhouse and also have added a brand new fleet of electric golf carts with Visage GPS
technology. There has never been a better time to play The Fox and we can’t wait for this year’s tournament!
For more information visit www.golfthefox.com
From I-91 Northbound, Exit 28A
Southbound, Exit 28
Take Route 10 North 1 mile
Left on Parmenter Road & follow the signs
Address: 87 Parmenter Road, Bernardston MA 01337
Stratton Mtn Golf Club
Opened in 1964 and expanded to 27 holes in 1985, this Geoffrey Cornish designed golf course is the older sister to
nearby Mount Snow. It is consistently ranked as one of the top New England resort courses by Golf Digest and Travel &
Leisure Golf magazines. This former host to six LPGA tournaments provides a variety of challenges to golfers of all skill
levels on its Forest, Lake and Mountain nines. Depending on the combination played, golfers will experience between
6,478 and 6,602 yards of quintessential Vermont beauty from the course’s spectacular long-views, unique features and
For more information visit www.stratton.com
From I-91. Go north to Exit 2 and follow signs to Route 30
north, then drive 38 miles north to Bondville, VT.
When arriving in Bondville from Rt. 30, Stratton Mountain
access road is the next street south of the local 7-Eleven
Address: 5 Village Lodge Road, Bondville, VT 05155
Keene Country Club Golf Course
The private Keene Country Club extends its hospitality to C&S and you by opening its 6,445 yard, par 72 golf
course for the Tee Up for Kids® event. This 1923 course stays true to Wayne Stiles’ design. Prior to becoming a
prolific golf course designer (over 140 golf courses across the United States), Mr. Stiles was a landscape architect.
He applied that training and knowledge to his design approach of using the existing topography, finding his green
sites first and building the course around them. The Keene Country Club course has all the traits that are expected
from a Stiles-designed course. To summarize a 2008 New York Times article on forgotten golf course architects, a
Stiles’ course balances playability with challenge. “The greens commonly have false fronts and sneaky putting
surfaces with devilish contours. Fairways are often slanted in the same direction as the green, adding a double
challenge to an approach shot. . . . Only those positioned in the right place will have any chance at par.”
For more information visit www.keenecc.com
Take Route 9 to Keene, NH. Left onto Base Hill Road. At the
stop sign take a left onto West Hill Road, this road leads into
the parking lot of the Keene Country Club.
Address: 755 West Hill Road, Keene NH 03431
Mount Snow Golf Course
The Mount Snow Golf Course is recognized as one of Vermont’s top five courses by Golf Digest and named a top ten resort course by SKI Magazine. Sitting 2,000 feet above sea level, this 18-hole championship course provides breathtaking views of the Green Mountains and incorporates the beauty of Vermont into every hole. This 6,894 yard, par 72 course challenges golfers through the use of water hazards on 11 holes and the strategic placement of 41 sand traps.
Designed by award-winning New England course architect Geoffrey Cornish (referred to as “the master of New England golf courses”) it is a favorite of Tee Up for Kids® participants.
For more information visit www.mountsnow.com
From I-91. Follow I-91 north to Exit 2 in Vermont. Take Route
9 West 20 miles to Wilmington, VT. Turn right at the stoplight
onto Route 100 North. Nine miles to Mount Snow. For Main
Entrance, turn left at second blinking light.
Address: 39 Mount Snow Road, West Dover, VT 05356