The 114th Vermont Amateur Championship will be hosted by the Stowe Country Club, Stowe, VT. This is a 72 hole stroke play event open to all Vermont amateurs. Four local qualifiers will determine the Championship field for those players who are not exempt into the 2020 Championship. The field is cut after 36 holes to the lowest 40 scores and ties who advance to the final day of championship play. The final day is 36 holes.
The Stowe Country Club, located in the heart the Stowe Village, occupies what was once a turn-of-the-century dairy farm and has evolved into a splendid course showcasing beautiful undulating fairways and manicured greens. As a challenging and rewarding test of skill, Stowe Country Club golf course offers 360-degree views of the mountains, long summer days surrounded by nature making each shot a memory to cherish.
Stowe CC will host a fun “Flag” event on Saturday, July 4th. This event will run throughout the day and is open to all golfers with a valid USGA handicap.
Each player gets par plus their handicap strokes: I.E., Jim-Bob has a course handicap of 20. He would get 72+20 = 92 shots. Once Jim-Bob has hit all 92 of his shots, he places the tombstone where his ball lays. The player who gets their tombstone the farthest wins!