Opening Day at Mountain View!

Course Superintendent Steve Parker and his crack greens keeping team have been hard at work preparing our facilities for opening and we’re very pleased to announce the following opening days and times, subject of course to our unruly NEK weather:

  • Pickleball Courts: Wednesday, May 3, at 9:30 A.M.
  • Golf Course: Wednesday, May 10 at noon.
  • Tennis Courts: Saturday, May 12, at 8:30 A.M.

As in the past, members will be able to reserve court times and tee times through our CourtReserve on-line scheduling utility, the link to which is available on our Club Website ( In addition, Brian Titus and his outstanding team will be staffing the Pro Shop commencing Monday, May 1, at 10 A.M. and will be available to answer your questions as they arise. If you have purchased our club storage option, you can bring your clubs over at any point after that time.

Those of you who spent time in the Northeast over the last six months will know that this has been one strange winter! A relatively warm and dry winter ended with loads of snow in March, followed by a warm and wet April, with rainfall as much as 40% above average (including 2” overnight on April 22-23). All this has left standing water that slows down normal course clean-up activities and causes our clay courts to be a bit “soupier” than we normally hope for in late April. Rain also is forecast for much of the next week, so we will be deciding whether to allow play, and whether to permit motorized carts on the course, on a day-to-day basis. Please feel free to call the Pro Shop at 1-802-533-7477 to confirm course and court conditions, as well as cart availability, prior to your arrival. Alternatively, you may leave a message or send us an email ([email protected]) and we’ll respond to your question as soon as we can.

Thanks in advance for your patience and considerate forbearance as we complete the work necessary to get your Club ready for your enjoyment.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Mountain View!

2022 Men’s and Women’s Golf Tournaments

2022 Men’s Golf Events

​Ringer Tournament ends on August 26

​Match Play Championship ends on August 5

August Handicap begins on August 1​

Medal Play Championship on August 6 and 7


2022 Women’s Golf Events ​

Ringer Tournament ends on August 25

Women’s Golf Championship – July 23 and July 24​

​August Handicap begins on August 1

Annual Meeting of Mountain View Country Club at 1:30 p.m.

In accordance with the Article V, Section 1 of the Bylaws, the 2022 meeting of Mountain View Country Club will be convened at the Clubhouse, 112 Country Club Road, Greensboro, Vermont on Saturday, August 13, 2022. The order of business of the Annual Meeting will be as set forth in the Bylaws.

The Nominating Committee has submitted the following candidates for the Board of Directors, Class of 2025 to be voted on by the Membership:

  • Rick Ely
  • Janet Patterson
  • John Hasen
  • Ann Kramer

Submitted by Megan Wright, Secretary of the Club

Welcome Back

We’re delighted to announce that our golf course will be open for play at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 7.  We hope to see you on the tee!  Please call our Pro Shop (802-533-7477) for more information or to reserve a tee time.


Using the Driving Range

If you are not a Season Pass Holder – please contact the Pro Shop in advance before using the driving range. (533-7477)

The Driving Range will be closed from Sunday at 2:00 to Monday at 1:00 for maintenance. 

President’s Letter – Winter 2021

Dear Fellow MVCC Members,

Greetings from Mountain View!  I hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and well during these challenging times.  Snow is deep on the ground in Greensboro but preparations for our 2021 season are well underway.  As always, we plan to open in mid-May once we are clear of snow and ice.  While concern regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the effect it is having on our family and personal affairs remains paramount, improvements shown in recent public health data, as well as the ongoing administration of coronavirus vaccines, gives one hope. 

Last year presented many challenges for MVCC but, with the support and good-natured understanding of our members, we succeeded in offering golf and tennis activities with relatively little interruption.   In fact, golf and tennis play in 2020 by our members increased by 28% and 19%, respectively, over 2019, and over 900 individual members, guests and visitors took advantage of the opportunity to engage in safe outdoor activities at Mountain View.   

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Tennis Regulations 2020

Mountain View Country Club

2020 Tennis Regulations


Welcome to the 2020 season at Mountain View Country Club! Our tennis courts are open for play and we are operating in compliance with Vermont’s “Stay Home/Stay Safe” Executive Order and related guidance.

Many of the procedures below are new to us. We greatly appreciate your patience and good will as we do our best to make them work for you. As governmental guidance and best practices evolve, we will modify these procedures and post the revisions on our website (, as well as on our Pro Shop bulletin board.

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Golf Regulations 2020

2020 Golf Regulations


Welcome to the 2020 season at Mountain View Country Club!

Our golf course is open for play and we are operating in compliance with Vermont Governor Phil Scott’s “Stay Home/Stay Safe” Executive Order and related guidance.  Many of the procedures described below are new to us.  We greatly appreciate your patience and good will as we do our best to make them work for you.  As governmental guidance and best practices evolve, we will modify these procedures and post the revisions on our website (, as well as on our Pro Shop bulletin board.

No written procedures can possibly address the full range of circumstances that may arise in the daily operation of a golf, tennis and social club.  We all must therefore follow a golden rule:

When in doubt, take the safer course of action!

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MVCC “Stay Safe” Regulations

To comply with VT’s “Stay Home/Stay Safe”, MVCC has been required to change many things about the way MVCC has traditionally operated.  MVCC is issuing a series of written procedures to maintain a safe environment and to comply with the state of VT’s executive orders.The latest version of the new procedures for golf and tennis can be viewed by clicking these links  2020 Golf Regulations  and 2020 Tennis Regulations  Some of the highlights are:

1. All members, staff, and customers must become familiar with and abide by the new MVCC procedures and regulations.
2. Golf and tennis play is restricted to persons who have met, or are not subject to, the minimum 14-day self-quarantine requirement provided in the Executive Order 01-20 issued by VT Governor Scott.
3. Golf tee-times and motor carts must be reserved and paid for in advance of arriving at the club. Reservations and payments can be made by calling the Pro-Shop (533-7477). Members and permit holders can do so online by logging into ClubExpress.
4. Tee times will be every 15 minutes.  To maintain safe social distance between groups, please arrive on time for your reservation.
5. Motor carts are 1 person per cart, unless both people live in the same household.
6. Use only new cans of tennis balls. One can of balls per player. Each player serves only with his/her balls. Players do not touch other players balls with their hands. 
7. All players to maintain 6′ distance to other players and only touch their own equipment.

President’s Update

Greetings from Mountain View!

I hope that each of you and your families are keeping safe in the current COVID-19 crisis.  I’m writing to provide a brief update regarding our planning for Mountain View Country Club for the coming season.

On Wednesday, May 6, Vermont Governor Phil Scott issued Addendum 13 to his “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order.  The Addendum recognizes the importance of outdoor recreation and fitness activities and authorizes a number of those activities, including golf and tennis.  As a result, we plan to open Mountain View’s golf course on Saturday, May 16, and our tennis courts on Saturday, May 23, in each case subject to weather.

Due to the restrictions set out in the Governor’s Addendum and the related “Update 4” guidance issued by Vermont’s Agency of Commerce, as well as best practice guidance issued by various governing authorities for golf and tennis, we will be putting in place significant limitations on play, including:

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