Sign your team up today!

Call (802) 754-2333

If you need a partner, just let the pro shop know.


Friday has another rain-making system coming through. The rain may be heavy at times late Friday into early Saturday. That system will move off to the east, and we’ll gradually clear the skies out late on Saturday. To round out the weekend, Sunday will be just the reverse of Saturday . . . it will start out with some sunshine, but then cloud up with showers showing up late in the afternoon.

Volunteer Day scheduled for Saturday, April 27th

Inside clean-up can still be done rain or shine. For inside help, bring a bucket, rags and cleaning supplies. For outside help, bring a rake. Lunch provided.

GOLF COURSE OPENING Day – Wednesday, May 1st

  • All 18 Holes open!
  • Carts TBD, please call (802) 754-2333 in advance to check cart status.


  • Pro Shop available Saturday, April 27th during clean-up (weather permitting) Club House will be open for the clean-up regardless.
  • Open Monday, April 29th and Tuesday, April 30th, 9 to 5.
  • MEMBERSHIPS: Also, if anyone has not paid his or her dues, there is still time to beat the early bird deadline! For the members who elected the payment plan, the final payment is due May 1, 2019. To reduce any misunderstandings, the deadline for eligible ‘early bird’ memberships has been adjusted from April 15th to May 1st as well.
  • Regular hours begin Wednesday, May 1st!


  • Preseason hours: Available when Pro Shop is open on April 29th & 30th, 9 to 5.
  • Regular availability begins Wednesday, May 1st.

RESTAURANT UPDATE: (opens Wednesday, May 1st)

  • Limited menu to start!
  • Wednesday, May 1st and Thursday, May 2nd 11:30 to 4:00. Bar will remain open weather depending.
  • Friday, May 3rd & Saturday, May 4th 11:30 to 8:00.
  • Sunday, May 5th 11:30 to close.

Photo taken last Wednesday, April 17th. Fairways were greening up nicely and greens had been rolled. Still some snow on the course at that time. A week has made an amazing difference. We are getting there!

All greens have now been mowed and they ALL came through the winter great! 

Saturday, May 18th at Newport Country Club and Sunday, May 19th at Orleans Country Club

Teams must be paid in full by Monday, April 15, 2019.

For more information or to sign-up contact one of the following.

Matt Robert 802.673.8295 or

Ryan Jacobs 802.999.1708 or

Isaac Fortin 802.233.4475 or

Dana Lefaivre 802.673.8682 or

To view poster as a PDF, Click Here!

Olney Invitational Golf Tournament at Orleans Country Club

Saturday, September 22, 2018

This was the first year of an annual event.  There were 80 players, which is a great turnout for the first year.  It will certainly grow moving forward!

One of the highlights of the day was the music that was playing outside while people played golf, it could be heard throughout the entire course, thank you to Nick Bourassa of NIX MIX!  Also thank you to Barr Hill Distillery and to Jasper Hill Farm for their delicious samples on the course!  And a HUGE thank you to the many sponsors for this event.

Another highlight was WWII and Korean War Veteran Pete Gonyer who joined us for the event. At the end of the day,  Josh shared Pete’s military background and countless awards and medals pictured in the above photo. A perfect way to wrap up a great day.

After it was all said and done, between the players, the hole sponsors, and the raffle donations, $3,855 was raised for local area Veterans and their families for heating assistance for the upcoming winter.

Also a big thank you to Katie Haley who will handle the actual donations to these families.  Thank you to everyone, hope to see you again next year!

Josh Olney


Jane Horton, Bob Horton, Carol Boucher, Bruce Reed & Pete Gonyer enjoying the day.

And Pete Gonyer at the Tee.

Patriot Golf Day Marathon at Orleans Country Club

On Thursday, October 4, 2018,  Josh Olney, PGA Golf Professional and Frank Barsalow, Golf Course Superintendent each played 108 holes at Orleans Country Club to help raise money for the Folds of Honor, which helps provide scholarships to spouses and children of those fallen or disabled in service to America.

They started their day at 6:59 AM and finished the 108th hole (6 full rounds) at 4:55 PM.  Between the two of them, they were able to card 14 birdies and 1 eagle!  Thanks to Orleans Country Club for the use of the golf course and their two fastest golf carts!

A HUGE thank you to all the folks that made donations totaling an amazing $1830!

Fall Scott Champions

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Dave Poulin (left) and Jesse Osborne (right)   139 score (-5)

See complete tournament results below!

2018 Fall Scott Results

Jankowski Wins Vermont PGA Stroke Play Championship

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

After two days of play at Stowe Country Club, Dave Jankowski brings home the VT PGA Stroke Play Championship Trophy which now resides at Orleans Country Club until next year’s tournament.

As Wednesday’s round started to reach its eventual conclusion, Jankowski could see a possible win when he got to the final hole. “I knew that I needed to make par on eighteen, and I was able to sink an eight footer for par to win it. It came down to the last shot and Dave Bennett finished one shot behind me at one under par and I was fortunate enough to edge him out at two under par,” said Jankowski.

With the win, Dave gets a glass trophy to keep for himself, and the big trophy will get a plaque added to it with Dave’s name on it and will be on display at OCC.

See Dave Jankowski’s scorecard!

See PGA Stroke Play results.




On Thursday, August 23, 2018 the “early morning group” awarded Ray Giroux with a trophy for his “Double Roof” shot birdie on Hole #18 this season.

According to unnamed witnesses, the ball was hit with a hybrid club onto the roof over the ladies locker room, then bounced high in the air coming down on the porch roof facing the green, then rolling off onto the ground and ending up 4 feet from the hole for an easy putt. The trophy was presented by Cincinnati Ron.

The members of the early morning group are Charlie Killian, Mike Kelton, Walt Raymond, Don Putvain, Mark Hallam, Pat Clarke, Pete Bertoletti, Ray Giroux, Stephen Plume, Bob Fair, Cincinnati Ron and Darryle Mongeon.

Frank Barsalow, Course Superintendent of Orleans Country Club carded a Hole-In-One

Friday, June 22, 2018
3rd Hole ~ Seven Iron ~ 155 Yards
Witnessed by Josh Olney – PGA, Ed Castle and Bob Horton

This is our 2nd Hole-In-One of the Season!

The 1st was recorded by Kaden Swett of Orleans Country Club

Thursday, May 17, 2018
13th Hole ~ Pitching Wedge ~ 135 Yards
High School Senior’s First Hole-In-One
Event: Thursday‘s Men’s Quota League
Witnessed by his father Andrew Swett

Visit our Hole-In-One Club to see all the members of this elite club.