Fox Run Golf Club is an 18-hole championship golf course and 10-acre practice facility featuring a 4-hole short course, and full driving range. The par 70 layout is 6,400 yards in length and features dramatic elevation change through rolling terrain outlined by fescue native areas that enhance the heathland layout. As the course winds up the property, scenic views highlight the natural beauty of the Green Mountains. Our mission is to provide golfers with a fun, authentic mountain golf experience that exceeds expectations. Our agronomic team provides the best possible playing conditions daily and we are known for having outstanding greens, and tight fairways, providing a high-end golf experience that is accessible to players of all skill levels.
Fox Run has been consistently ranked as one of the top public golf courses in Vermont and has received a 5 Star rating in the New England Golf Guide. Our fleet of Club Car golf carts are equipped with luxury seats, USB ports, and GPS units. PGA Golf Professional, Mark Senecal, offers private golf lessons and has our Pro Shop stocked with the newest golf technologies as well as all the latest apparel and gear. We believe that we offer the best mountain golf experience in all of New England and welcome you to come and enjoy our spectacular property.
Fox Run Golf Club History
Fox Run was originally opened in 1969 as a 9-hole executive golf course located on the 150-acre Moore Family dairy farm in Ludlow, Vermont. Local Ludlow resident, Stan Johnson, was hired to design and build the original layout. After several groups owned and operated the property, it was purchased by the Garvey Family and successfully operated from 1977-1997. Okemo Mountain, owned by Tim and Diane Mueller purchased the property and expanded it to an 18-hole championship layout. The original golf course was bulldozed, and Steve Durkee was hired to design and build the new layout, with the help of Construction and Grow-in Superintendent Rodney Williams. In 1999 the first 9 holes of the new Okemo Valley Golf Club were opened and the following year the 18-hole course officially opened. Between 2000-2018 Okemo Valley Golf Club was operated under the leadership of General Manager/COO Jim Remy, past president of the PGA of America. In 2018 Vail Resorts purchased Okemo Mountain and Okemo Valley Golf Club. After a tenuous 2 years, the property was sold to Troy Caruso in April of 2021. Since the purchase Mr. Caruso has changed the name back to the original Fox Run Golf Club and has made a significant investment into the golf course, putting new sand in the bunkers, constructing new forward tee boxes, purchasing state-of-the-art maintenance equipment, among many other capital improvement projects. He and his team are dedicated to making Fox Run Golf Club a premier golf destination.
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