The Ralph Myhre Golf Course is an 18-hole public course owned and operated by Middlebury College. The course is open for play from April through November 1, weather permitting. Delayed openings due to frost are common early and late in the Vermont golfing season.
There is a golf shop featuring retail clothing and hard goods as well as services such as club repair, club and golf cart rentals. Other facilities include a driving range, practice putting green, practice sand bunker, and practice chipping area.
The Ralph Myhre Golf Course is also home to Above Par, a casual restaurant and bar with spectacular views and amazing food. Above Par also offers beverage cart service on busy days. Please visit our restaurant page to learn more.
We offer forward tee markers to welcome and accommodate players of all skill levels. The PGA family tees are designed to help all golfers reach greens in regulation, which allows for a more enjoyable round and improved pace of play.
Meet the Team
We are a team of dedicated professionals, ready to do what ever it takes to make your golf round special!
Paul brings with him more than 20 years of experience as a Head Golf Professional. He presents himself as a committed, loyal and hard-working golf professional who looks forward to going to work every day. He finds it imperative to foster a friendly and professional atmosphere at the club; with employees and with customers.
Paul takes great pride in events and programming. Over the years, he has developed, organized and promoted many new golf leagues and events to increase golfer involvement. He is also an experienced promoter of golf through lessons, clinics, and in running junior golf camps. He has a reputation for giving outstanding lessons that make it easy for students of all levels to learn and to improve.
Matt MacAskill comes to the Ralph Myhre Golf Course from the South Coast area of Massachusetts where he has spent the last ten years as the Assistant Superintendent of Acushnet Company’s research and development test facility. Prior to this, Matt spent three years in the mountains of North Carolina working as the assistant superintendent of Blowing Rock Country Club’s private Seth Raynor golf course. His agronomy career was inspired at a young age while working at Montague Golf Club in his hometown of Randolph, Vermont. He went on to graduate from Penn State University’s Golf Course Turfgrass Management Program in 2008 and remains an active member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. Matt and his wife have two sons, ages four and one, and have long dreamed of returning to the Green Mountain State to raise their children. Matt prides himself as a family man, a hard worker, and a dedicated friend and neighbor. Outside of turf, his hobbies include woodworking, home improvement projects, and spending time outdoors with his family.
Derrick is the behind-the-scenes guy who keeps the Ralph Myhre Golf Course ticking. He handles the budgeting, marketing, golf shop, and he oversees all general operations of the golf course.