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A Revitalized Windham Golf Club
Originally known as Tater Hills Golf Club for the old potato fields the course was built on, this course between Londonderry and Chester, Vermont has been renamed Windham Golf Club. Beginning in 2000, the semiprivate course began a $1.1-million redesign that involved moving all 18 greens and shifting the fairways to improve play.
Construction on the par-72 track consists of six phases. The first phase was completed in August 2000, with phase two finishing in May 2001. Rather than closing the course, the club will continue play on all holes, using temporary tees and greens. When the project is completed Windham will have bigger, more interesting greens and 11 renovated fairways.
The project is being overseen by architect Barry Jordan of Fayetteville, New York. Once the work is finished, club members will face a more strategic layout and more shot options on the rolling, mountain-perched site.
For a tee time at Windham Golf Club, call 802/875-2517.
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