Blush Hill Country Club, is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Waterbury, Vermont.
The course first opened for play in 1941. The course was designed by Andrew Freeland
Located on Blush Hill in Waterbury, Vermont. the view from the course stretches from Mt Mansfield in Stowe to the Mad River Valley, including the spectacular Mt. Hunger.
Blush Hill's course was built on hilly terrain so there will be a few uneven lies. The fairways are narrow with no trees to worry about. There's also no water hazards, but there are sand bunkers that come into play on every hole. The greens are small, undulating and fast. The signature hole is #4, a par 4, nicknamed the "Three Radio Towers."
Blush Hill Country Club is open to the public both for golf and use of the club house facility.
The course plays to a 9-hole par of 33 and measures just over 2,000 yards in length. This short course offers six par 4's and three par 3's. With very small greens, even the most experienced golfers will be challenged.
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