The History of Honey Pond
On a snowy Vermont winter day in 1997, Gary Kanew and Dan Gaydos
took a snowmobile up to a hilltop overlooking a snow filled hay field.
Inspired by the beauty and potential of the natural setting
they conceived the original concept and course design.
From this simple pencil sketch seen below
the Honey Pond Golf Course came to life.
1997 Pencil Sketch of Original Concept
In 1998, ground was broken as a hay field was transformed
into 2 Greens surrounded by 10 Tees.
This is represented below by the first scorecard.
In the summer of 2000 we built a 3rd Green
which has gained a reputation worthy of the designation "Diabolical".
We also added a number of new tees creating a triangulated configuration.
Continuing the evolution of the course over the last 20 years,
Gary Kanew and course Superintendent Rich Miller have teamed up
to create several distinctive and intriguing
which have transformed Honey Pond
into an entertaining and challenging 18 hole USGA Rated Course
with a totally unique design and routing.
Click the link below to view the layout and the explanation of the routing.