Links at Lang Farm



39 Essex Way, Essex Junction, VT Visit Website | 802-878-0298 |


Cost: See web site for pricing Parking: Yes

With 4,000 challenging yards weaving between wetlands, pumpkin patches and old-growth white pines, The Links is an "executive course" providing a fun and unique golf experience. With three sets of tees, the course accommodates the first-timer, or the skilled veteran and is well-known for the great conditions and superb greens that gently roll and twist around deep, guarding bunkers. The pace of play consistently falls under three and a half hours. Other amenities include: a 20-station practice facility with a full bent grass teeing area, 3 practice bunkers, and two putting and chipping greens.

Weekly Summer Camp

New to the Links this year they will host afternoon camps for Ages 4-6 and 7-14 groups in the month of May. Registration for these camps is open to just one day or you can sign up for every week. The cost will be $30 per day. 

Junior Golf Camps

Full-Day Camps ages 7-14

  • Professional Instruction from Head Professional and Staff
  • Links gift bags
  • Range Balls
  • 9 Holes of Golf Each Day On The Course
  • Daily Snacks & Beverages
  • Tournament & Prizes Friday Run by Professional Staff
  • Friday Pizza Day for Lunch provided by The Links


Half-Day 9am-12pm Camps ages 6-12

  • Professional Instruction from Head Golf Professional Cory Briney and Staff
  • Links Gift Bags
  • Links Logo Golf Ball
  • Range Balls
  • Daily Snacks & Beverages



2 reviews
  • August 19, 2013
    "My 10 year old daughter attended this camp for the 1st time this summer. She had no golfing experience prior to camp so I was a little nervous if she would like it. Turned out she LOVED this camp and can't wait to go back next year. Steve Gonsalves was a GREAT teacher. I was amazed at how much she learned about golf in just 1 week. He had an awards ceremony on the last day and presented the kids with new golf balls and ball markers. Another great benefit was that lunch was provided. Nothing fancy pizza, hotdogs and sandwiches but it was nice not to think about having to pack a lunch. This camp sells out very quickly so you really need to be there on the 1st day to sign up."
    - kathyjoc
  • August 26, 2010
    "My daughter attended one of the 5day Junior Golf Camps in July. Outstanding experience. It was actually a girlsonly camp, which seemed to work well for girls in the age bracket 816 that attended. The instructions were great. They learned golf skills driving, chipping, putting in the mornings, and then played 9 or 18 holes in the afternoon with Steve the golf pro or one of the camp assistants. One day they even brought in Libby Smith, recent UVM grad and player on the LPGA tour, as inspiration for the girls. Lunch was provided every day. Drop off and pickup was easy. Camp started and ended on time, and they played in the rain which, as you know , is part of golfing in Vermont. Would strongly recommend this camp for anyone who's child is a beginner or intermediate level player. My daughter has a passion and enthusiasm for the game as a result of the camp, and her swing and overall game improved 100fold. Every single girl that I saw come off the course had a giant grin on her face and a story to tell about their round."
    - jmin

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