The 7150 yard Mountain Course. Built by the Christman family from 1991 to 2003, the completion of 18 holes on the mountain create a new dramatic layout for everyone to enjoy. The first four holes play uphill through an old maple sugar bush with a combination of a par 3, two 4′s and a par 5. The next 6 holes cross streams and ponds following great golf terrain around our own “amen” corner to the top of the course at the 10th. tee. Have a snack at the Dog House before playing the 11th. — at 620 yards this double dog leg will take energy. Holes 12 through 17 gradually bring you down the mountain exposing a full time spectacular view of the Mountain valleys to the East and South. Here on the 18th tee a straight tee shot to a dropping, terraced fairway leaves a satisfying short iron to a perched green, (who said this game is hard?). There is only one thing left to decide, do I play it again right now or do I wait until tomorrow.18-hole Mountain Course
9-hole Valley Family Course
Where can you play golf on the weekend with your kids?
Here at Christman’s on the Valley. The Valley Course has been undergoing renovations for several years. In 2009 The Valley became a completely new golf course with the addition of three new holes. By re-routing the course we are keeping all 9 holes on one side of Rt 23, eliminating the need to cross the road. The new holes will be a nice upgrade from the holes that they replace. The Valley is a great place to play with the whole family, holes are wide open 300 to 350 yards and there is no pressure to play fast.
Youth and Family Golf
Christman’s Windham House has the unique advantage of being able to accommodate families for weekend play. The Valley course provides room for parents to play golf with their children at a reasonable rate all seven days of the week. You will be able to relax without low handicappers pushing you and your family around the course.