Mountain View Country Club is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Greensboro, Vermont.
Playing golf at Mountain View began in 1898, with three holes in a pasture between the Town Hall and the lake. In 1899 the "course increased to five holes, each with a tomato can hole. Not satisfied with this progress Arthur Wheeler laid out a new course on Tolman farm land where the club is today. By 1903 there were twenty-six members. They built a small clubhouse in 1906 costing $50.
The Club is a non-profit social and recreational club that welcomes new members but also offers guest and visitor playing privileges. Mountain Valley Golf Club has a challenging, "links style," par 35, 2,927-yard, nine-hole golf course and seven clay tennis courts.
The course has wide, tree-lined fairways. The terrain is predominantly flat and easy to walk.
The signature hole is #8, a 307-yard, par 4, offering a spectacular view of Caspian Lake from off its green. Hole #5, a 155-yard, par 3, features the only pond coming into play on the course.
Blue tees: par-35, 2,927 yards
White tees: par-35, 2,816 yards
Red tees: par-35, 2,447 yards
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